I'll start off my book report with "Lunch at the Gotham Café.
This story I think was one of the best short stories that good ol' .
Steve has ever written. My favorite being "The Body- from the book Different .
Seasons. "Lunch at the Gotham Café- is an all-out gore fest. In this story, a couple .
have a meeting at a café with an attorney to settle a divorce and discuss the situation. .
That's when everything went wrong. The interesting cover artwork shows almost .
exactly what happened at the Gotham Café. .
There are four stories that are already available outside of the collection of .
Everything's Eventual. "1408," is a story about a haunted hotel and was first released as .
an audio book called "Blood and Smoke." It actually made me dizzy reading it (You'd have to read it to understand what I mean). "The Road Virus Heads North" was probably one of the creepiest stories I've read in a while. It's second only to "Apt Pupil- again from Different Seasons. If you frequently stop at yard sales, you might never do it again. "In the Deathroom" is not a supernatural story like most of King's stories. This is a story of interrogation and mind games in a South American government building. It is very real except for the ending. That sucked. "Riding the Bullet," was the first of King's "e-books."" It's a classic, campfire ghost story that has a particularly memorable scene where he wakes up. .
The selection which I found the most boring was "The Little Sisters of Eluria."" It was so boring in fact, that after the first fifteen pages or so, I skim-read the rest of the way through. I think that the reason I found it boring was because I had never read any of the Dark Tower books and had not the slightest idea as to what they were talking about in "The Little Sisters of Eluria."" .
Some of the stories in Everything's Eventual aren't scary at all. In fact, many of them are intelectual and philosophical stories of which many I can relate to.