Salem's Lot is the second book published by Stephen King. The book was published by Doubleday in October 17, 1975.
Salem's Lot is the second book published by Stephen King. The story of Donald Callahan continues in Wolves of the Calla, in which the former priest discovers a copy of the novel 'Salem's Lot.
Salem's Lot is a 1975 horror novel by American author Stephen King. It was his second published novel
Salem's Lot is a 1975 horror novel by American author Stephen King. It was his second published novel. The story involves a writer named Ben Mears who returns to the town of Jerusalem's Lot (or 'Salem's Lot for short) in Maine, where he had lived from the age of five through nine, only to discover that the residents are becoming vampires. The town is revisited in the short stories "Jerusalem's Lot" and "One for the Road", both from King's story collection Night Shift (1978).
Salem's Lot (1975) is a novel by Stephen King . Screenwriter Gary Dauberman says James Wan's upcoming big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's Salem's Lot will stay faithful to King's novel. Salem's Lot by Stephen King.
Salem's Lot Stephen King. Part One THE MARSTEN HOUSE. Salem's Lot is reputed to be haunted
Salem's Lot Stephen King. When the book was written, they were living in a beach cottage off the highway, and they both swam in the Pacific a great deal. It was warmer than the Atlantic, and friendlier. Salem's Lot is reputed to be haunted. June 26 ·. "The indefatigable author has written nearly 60 novels, published another 10 story collections, as well as a handful of nonfiction books-but which are the most essential?
I am doing a re-read of most of Stephen King's books chronologically and Salem's Lot was the next after Carrie.
I am doing a re-read of most of Stephen King's books chronologically and Salem's Lot was the next after Carrie. I feel like there has been a lot of debate over Stephen King's last few books about what genre he might be considered anymore. Mystery, sci-fi, fantasy, general fiction, etc. etc. - you just don't hear Stephen King horror all that much anymore. Well, if you want to get back to the roots, Salem's Lot is pure, raw, old school Stephen King horror at its finest!
Introduction to 'Salem's Lot. By Stephen King.
Introduction to 'Salem's Lot. It said ONCE I HAD NO CHILDREN AND EIGHT IDEAS. I did. I really did. I even planned a section at the front called "Extracta," where I would include notes, clippings, and epigrams about vampires, as Melville does about whales at the front of his book. Was I daunted by the fact that Moby-Dick only sold about twelve copies in Melville's lifetime? Not I; one of my ideas was that a novelist takes the long view, the lofty view, and that does not include the price of eggs.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Ben Mears has returned to Jerusalem’s Lot in hopes that exploring the history of the Marsten House.
In his books, Stephen King explored almost every terror-producing theme imaginable, from vampires, rabid dogs, deranged killers, and a pyromaniac to ghosts, extrasensory perception and telekinesis. In Salem's Lot, Ben Mears, an author who has recently lost his wife in a motorcycle crash. Unable to conquer his grief after many months, he returns, after an absence of twenty-five years, to the town of Jerusalem’s Lot, known by most of its inhabitants as ‘Salem’s Lot. As a child, Ben had spent four years in ’Salem’s Lot, which he remembers fondly with the idyllic images that most Americans.