Fan submitted reviews of Moving Finger, The (Short Story):|
Posted By: I - January 7th, 2012 3:23:47 pm EST
i read the moving finger and suffer the little children (both from Nightmares and dreamscapes) for a school project this year. i am a freshman in high school and i absolutely loved this book. i gave it to my mom to read and she read the first page, put the book down, and walked away. hahah its great for if u like horror, if not, STAY AWAY! :)
Posted By: Constant Reader - February 27th, 2011 7:35:47 am EST
i started this story ages ago but had to stop after a few pages and hide the book in a box. shame i could'nt put the bathroom sink with it too.at some point i will take a deep breath and finish it,after i put the plug in the sink.
Posted By: Samantha - January 2nd, 2011 7:24:37 pm EST
I have always had a 'phobia', I guess you'd say, of disembodied hands. Needless to say this story scared the crap outta me! I read it about 3 years ago and I still think about it at least once a week. I find it hard to wash my hair without checking the drain to make sure I'm alone in there. The worst part of the story for me was (spoiler alert) not finding out for sure that it was gone and knowing how pissed off it must have been. In my opinion 'The Moving Finger' was slightly reminiscent of the bloody bathroom part in 'IT'.
Posted By: S.K.Rules - July 3rd, 2010 5:39:03 pm EDT
Posted By: Angelo - December 21st, 2009 1:26:10 pm EST
I was at the edge of my eat while reading this, and it was hard to put it down. I surely KNOW that it would be creepy to see a finger popping out of the drain in your washbasin... when I read the part where Howard first discovered the finger, I was creeped out. It's even MORE EERIE AND CREEPY when the finger grew to about seven feet long... I was squirming at the sight of a 7 foot finger coming towards me lol... and this is one of my most favorite stories from Nightmares & Dreamscapes... now I'm afraid to go to my bathroom sink! -Angelo (7th grader)
Posted By: Rigo - October 26th, 2009 4:26:16 pm EDT
sounds like a good story