Not a Good Book Choice (aka the best review ever!)

I did not like this book. It had the b word the f word and the s word and the d word. I was certainly not pleased with the kind of language that was in this book.If you are a child under the age of 18 I recommend that you should not get this book.

Myth, Belief, Faith and Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Meantime, there are these twenty-odd (and some, I should warn you, are very odd). Each contains something I believed for awhile, and I know that some of these things — the finger poking out of the drain, the man-eating toads, the hungry teeth — are a little frightening, but I think we'll be all right if we go together. First, repeat the catechism after me:

I believe a dime can derail a freight-train.

 I believe there are alligators in the New York City sewer system, not to mention rats as big as Shetland ponies.

I believe that you can tear off someone's shadow with a steel tent-peg.

I believe that there really is a Santa Claus, and that all those red-suited guys you see at Christmastime really are his helpers.

 I believe there is an unseen world all around us.

 I believe that tennis balls are full of poison gas, and if you cut one in two and breathe what comes out, it'll kill you.

 Most of all, I do believe in spooks, I do believe in spooks, I do believe in spooks.

 Okay? Ready? Fine. Here's my hand. We're going now. I know the way. All you have to do is hold on tight . . . and believe.

 

Stephen King

Bangor, Maine

November 6, 1992