Crouch End
  Fan submitted reviews of Crouch End (Short Story):
Posted By: Kastdion - September 6th, 2012 5:32:31 am EDT

i have read the story both in Greek and English and i have seen the version from nightmares and dreamskapes it is great

Posted By: Alvaro - February 24th, 2012 10:37:03 pm EST

the best history of horror I've never read

Posted By: Rammi - January 14th, 2012 10:17:48 pm EST

my views are that this storyb is amazing,I like it really very well............The crouch end is that story when we start reding it,,,,,it automaticaly create a curiosity. Some of the names is difficult to understand, but when you read twice then it will automatically comes to your mind.

Posted By: Grateful Reader - June 21st, 2011 7:03:40 pm EDT

i must have listened to this as a book on cd sometime in the last year- maybe i was reading it too- i love this story because it can be fun to go to a new place and get away from the well lit touristy areas and look around but then you never know, unless a native tells you, where the bad areas are. You can't always tell by how they look. I have gotten too frightened sometimes and backtracked but i've been lucky so far. i love that SK always takes some stuff that could happen and adds that bit- 'what if i weren't just concerned that this or that bad thing could happen, what if it really did, and i couldn't get out of it.' he is genius.

Posted By: Kim - May 11th, 2011 5:47:45 pm EDT

i would love to reaad this book

Posted By: Jonathan - March 26th, 2011 12:54:36 pm EDT

I live in Crouch End, London and I've just heard about this book. I need to read it ASAP. Will report back if I've decided to move after reading it or not!!!

Posted By: S.K.Rules - August 7th, 2010 2:09:50 pm EDT
Along with Home Delivery this is (to me) one of the best stories in N&D. great read.
Posted By: Angelo - December 21st, 2009 1:18:27 pm EST
What an eerie story, as I read the end I was kind of sad to know that Lonnie has never been found. Other than that, it's eerie, and totally scary! I enjoyed this tale! -Angelo (7th grader)
Posted By: Jw - October 11th, 2009 10:42:06 am EDT
An incredibly creepy story, intensely atmospheric. One of the best!
Posted By: JCowles - January 8th, 2009 4:19:01 pm EST
IMHO, this is the scariest text -- of any length -- that SK ever wrote. I have read it literally dozens of times, and I still cannot bring myself to read it alone (e.g., my wife working late) at night. JIM
Posted By: Rjt65 - July 25th, 2008 12:47:31 pm EDT
I used to travel a lot for work (mostly in The US) and would take some time when possible to drive and walk around new areas to get the feel and look of a place, culture, shops people food, etc. . Man, If I read this story the night before I probably would have curtailed these journeys some. A chilling tale , enjoyed it immensely.


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