A Book?

  • New to the board or trying to figure out how something works here? Check out the User Guide.
  • Hot Topics is on indefinite hiatus.

  • The message board is closed between the hours of 4pm ET Friday and 8:30am ET Monday.

    As always, the Board will be open to read and those who have those privileges can still send private messages and post to Profiles.

HollyGolightly

Well-Known Member
Sep 6, 2013
9,065
68,611
48
Heart of the South
#1
I only haven't read this because I've never seen it as a book. Is it a manuscript for the movie only or is it a novel? I'll google and see!

But I loved the movie! I thought it was pretty tame, so when my younger kids were 8 and 10, I let them watch it with me (there were a couple parts where I had to ff through racy scenes) and it scared them! Which is, of course, the point of a horror movie, but mayhap they were a little young.
 

AnnaMarie

Well-Known Member
Feb 16, 2012
6,974
28,795
Other
#6
It is one book. I believe I have only seen it in a slim,larger size paperback.
Yes, because the pictures were amazing. I don't always like the pictures in King's books. (I'm not complaining...I don't buy the books for pictures.). But this book, the pictures were worthy of being a book themselves.

And I think, each chapter could have stood alone as a story, but yet, they also went together.
 

91rewoT

Backwards Sister Member
Oct 20, 2009
3,039
2,736
Southern Wisconsin
#7
From Wikipedia:
Cycle of the Werewolf
is a short horror novel by Stephen King, featuring illustrations by comic book artist Bernie Wrightson. Each chapter is a short story unto itself. It tells the story of a werewolf haunting a small town as the moon turns full once every month. It was published as a limited edition hardcover in 1983 by Land of Enchantment, and in 1985 as a mass-market trade paperback by Signet.

This is what mine looks like: (trade paperback)

 

king family fan

Prolific member
Jul 19, 2010
30,120
94,576
south
#8
From Wikipedia:
Cycle of the Werewolf
is a short horror novel by Stephen King, featuring illustrations by comic book artist Bernie Wrightson. Each chapter is a short story unto itself. It tells the story of a werewolf haunting a small town as the moon turns full once every month. It was published as a limited edition hardcover in 1983 by Land of Enchantment, and in 1985 as a mass-market trade paperback by Signet.

This is what mine looks like: (trade paperback)

Mine too. I actually got mine out to see. LOL been awhile since i have read this.
 

Walter Oobleck

keeps coming back...or going, and going, and going
Mar 6, 2013
11,749
34,773
#14
I like how the telling follows the course/cycle of a year...chapter headings the months of the year...although I'd have to pull mine off the shelve to see where in the year it begins. Maybe it ends at the end of October? Halloween? Or maybe it starts and ends there? Someone else go and look. :)
 
Mar 8, 2012
5,428
25,620
NJ
#15
AAARRRRRGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! :m_rage: We have this wonderful section on the core section of the site called The Library that we spent hundreds of hours working on to put out information to keep you informed about books. Here's the entry for Cycle of the Werewolf.

:aloof:
I feel you pain, Ms. Mod. I was going to post the same thing! Maybe some people do not realize there is a whole web site that exists alongside the SKMB?

:nope:
 

HollyGolightly

Well-Known Member
Sep 6, 2013
9,065
68,611
48
Heart of the South
#19
AAARRRRRGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! :m_rage: We have this wonderful section on the core section of the site called The Library that we spent hundreds of hours working on to put out information to keep you informed about books. Here's the entry for Cycle of the Werewolf.

:aloof:
I'm so sorry! You're right - I've bookmarked SKMB and bypass all the info!
 
We’ve created a Stephen King Library action for the 
			  Google Assistant and skill for Amazon Alexa. It'll give 
			  you a personalized reading recommendations based on your 
			  answers to a series of questions—so what are you waiting 
			  for? Find out which Stephen King book you should read 
			  next!