Fan submitted reviews of Nona (Short Story):|
Posted By: Kastdion - March 24th, 2012 9:34:52 am EDT
I think is is a very interesting.I first read it on Stephen King's book ''Dedication''.It is somehow a psycological story i mean if he commeted those murders and this Nona was a fiction person.It is mentioned his previous relationships that ended with the worst way and his relations with his foster parents were not the best.I believe he wanted a person to count on because inside him was a weak person.
Posted By: Kaly - December 2nd, 2011 2:33:45 am EST
I remember reading this story for the first time when I was 9 or 10 years old at my grandmother's house. I'd found a copy of a book called Shadows, and was reading through it because even at my age, I was already a fan of the horror genre. I half read, half flipped through the book until I reached Nona, and I was hooked. I have been a fan of Stephen King ever since.
Posted By: Anonymous - June 23rd, 2010 10:04:10 pm EDT
The best one!
Posted By: Ehab - September 27th, 2009 3:38:20 am EDT
Simply, a Great Story with a Dark ending!
Posted By: Anonymous - June 26th, 2009 3:49:24 pm EDT
Very touching and brutal. A darker version of Romeo and Juliet.
Posted By: Pauluk - November 28th, 2008 8:01:44 am EST
I read it once, then I read it twice and my only thought of this story is: fantastic! It is not that I am a fan of Mr. King's works and all of them are like sweet apple-pie to me, no. "Nona" caught me really strong and did not let go for a long, long time. Now, after almost 10 years since I read it I still remember it, the idea, the feelings inside of it. Maybe I have to read it again to make the remembrence even stronger.
Posted By: ShadowWalker333 - August 6th, 2008 3:40:44 am EDT
This short was probably by far one of the best i've ever read, the way it was written was incredible. It gave me the inspiration to write my own short stories