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There are, occasionally, writers who are able to combine both story and style. They are, of course, the best. You get a spectacular view and you also get to look at it from the backseat of a chauffeur-driven Cadillac. In the field of fantasy, those writers able to combine story-as-narration with story-as-style are even rarer. But there are a few…the late Theodore Sturgeon, the early Ray Bradbury…and Richard Christian Matheson. A brilliant chip off the old block.

Stephen King

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