“Flight or Fright: 17 Turbulent Tales” by Stephen King & Bev Vincent Review

Fasten your seatbelts for an anthology of turbulent tales curated by Stephen King and Bev Vincent. This exciting new anthology, perfect for airport or airplane reading, includes an original introduction and story notes for each story by Stephen King, along with brand new stories from Stephen King and Joe Hill.

It’s important to say that this book isn’t fully written by Stephen King, the best way to describe this book would be to say that Stephen King and Bev Vincent have edited this book. This book is a collection of 17 plane horror stories, however you will find in this book one short story written by Stephen King, one short story written by Bev Vincent and one short story written by the son of Stephen King aka Joe Hill. 

So if you are expecting from this book to be the typical Stephen King book you will be disappointed. This book I would say will be better for people who are starting their journey with books / short stories or for people who just want to read a relaxing book which don’t need a lots of brain power and work to it. 

For people who are already having a fear of planes and flying this book will only make their anxiety and fear bigger. But when it comes to people like me who loves to travel by plane will for the most part don’t create any anxiety or fear. It will for the most part give you stories to think about when you’re at the plane, flying somewhere. 

All the stories in this book are more or less different from each other. some stories are about zombies on the plane, some are about monster attacking the plane, some are about murder mysteries and all the way to the unknown demons in the clouds. And if you are a fan of time travel you will also find a story involving time travel in this book. So this book needs to get points for having at least one story for every one. It’s safe to say that each story in this collection are sort of related with other genres and styles, so this book also needs to get points for that as well. 

Each story in this book is some how introduced by Stephen King. And this sort of adds something to the stories and for sure puts another dimension to each of them.

In this book we have 17 different authors so it would be stupid to talk about writing style, because every author have some how different writing style. 

In the end this book is interesting and very fun to read. And for sure it has something which everyone will enjoy which doesn’t happen with a lots of books.

I give this book 2 / 5

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