Rod Serling's Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone was a television series produced in the 1960s that presented unforgettable tales of horror, fantasy, and science fiction Rod Serling, an award winning writer of television dramas, was the creator and host and wrote than 90 of the 156 episodes The series has since been shown around the world and the title is now a part of pop culture lore SerlingThe Twilight Zone was a television series produced in the 1960s that presented unforgettable tales of horror, fantasy, and science fiction Rod Serling, an award winning writer of television dramas, was the creator and host and wrote than 90 of the 156 episodes The series has since been shown around the world and the title is now a part of pop culture lore Serling adapted 19 of his favorite teleplays into short stories, first published as a trio of paperback originals The Twilight Zone Complete Stories is a hardcover omnibus collection that includes all 19 stories and a historical introduction.
Rod Serling s Twilight Zone The Twilight Zone was a television series produced in the s that presented unforgettable tales of horror fantasy and science fiction Rod Serling an award winning writer of television dramas wa

  • Title: Rod Serling's Twilight Zone
  • Author: Walter B. Gibson
  • ISBN: 9780517413180
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. The Ghost of Ticonderoga • (1963) • short story by Rod Serling and Walter B. GibsonBack There • (1963) • novelette by Rod Serling and Walter B. GibsonJudgment Night • (1963) • novelette by Rod Serling and Walter B. GibsonThe Curse of Seven Towers • (1963) • novelette by Rod Serling and Walter B. GibsonThe Avenging Ghost • (1963) • novelette by Rod Serling and Walter B. GibsonReturn from Oblivion • (1963) • short story by Rod Serling and Walter B. GibsonThe House on the Sq [...]

    2. In this book Rod Serling's Twilight Zone it goes through twenty six different stories about the supernatural. The thing that I kind of hated and like about this book is how short and how many stories there were. The good thing about having twenty six different stories is it gives the readers something new every time they finish each little story. The bad thing that I did not like about have this many stories is that you never get hooked on any of the characters or any story in particular because [...]

    3. was ok?Majority of stories here are ghost stories. Less SciFi more straight up campfire ghost stories. With exception of a few episodes that somehow read far drier than their filmed version

    4. This is a terrific collection of stories written by Rod Serling, which were originally teleplays for the TV series "The Twilight Zone", later converted into short stories collected here. Good reading even though you know how the stories will turn out if you've seen the TV episodes as many times as I have! **#104 of 120 books pledged to read/review during 2016**

    5. Half of the stories, I enjoyed. That had the strange essence I was seeking from a Twilight Zone book. The other half, however, just didn't hold my interest. Mainly the ones with the war settings. It seemed that there was too much focus on the war than on strange happenings.

    6. These were probably more chilling when they were originally written, and to readers in the target age (the cover does note that these stories were "especially written for young people"). That said, it is an entertaining little collection of Twilight Zone-style ghost stories.

    7. The first book based on the TV series. A selection of stories from the show, as well as a mix of originals.Written by the author of nearly three hundred Shadow novels.

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