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What would be the first thing that comes up to your mind when you think about Stephen King With no doubt Scary will be a first description that pops up in your mind I remember at young age watching a movie named IT story written by Stephen King As a young age I was so scared by the movie But then I was so into the plot of the movie that when I arrived in the States that was the first book that caught my sight Stephen King now exist as one of the best horror writer In early period of time primarily men read his novels Almost all of his novels were introduced in mens magazines Not a whole lot of women fans were there to support his writing career Scary stories didnt have strong appeal to women as much as men I Know What You Need written in Night Shift was first introduced by womens magazine called Cosmopolitan By comparing and contrasting the story with his other works Sometime they come back well be able to analyze more and also find out why it made its first appearance in Cosmopolitan First of all the similarities between the two stories are that they both use some kind of form of magic to gain their desire some From Sometime they come back Jim Norman the main character goes through struggle and unexplainable problems in his life The actual cause of this happening was murder of his older brother This is when the third character comes in to deal and magic appears And then a voice curiously low and unpleasant spoke to him right and left Agreed167 From here we see how the unidentified object which Norman called to resolve his problems which leads to dealing with the object In the story of I Know What You Need this one girl falls in love with this perfect imaginary guy He knows what she wants
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