By Stephan Lee
Updated March 21, 2014 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Wolverton Station

type
  • Book
genre

Saunders, an American businessman who earned his fortune razing mom-and-pop stores to make way for a giant coffee chain, is taking a train from London to Liverpool when he’s joined in first class by a talking, trenchcoat-wearing wolfman. Other menacing canine bipeds climb aboard, and a grisly scene ensues by the time the train pulls into its destination. The allegorical aspect of the story is a little heavy — think literal Wolves of Wall Street — but it’s an e-book equivalent of watching a good episode of Tales From the Darkside. WHY E-ONLY Like a Twilight Zone episode or a campfire tale, this dark little nugget of a story from Stephen King’s elder son lasts just long enough to give you a quick scare and a laugh before it bites you in the end. Not bad for 99 cents. B+

Wolverton Station

type
  • Book
genre
author
  • Joe Hill
publisher
  • William Morrow

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