I enjoyed all of these. With Rage it’s understandable why King has asked for it to be taken out of publication with it being a story about a high school shooting (and the fact mass shootings still happen far too frequently in America). That said I thought it was very well thought-out and I was surprised where he took the story, it didn’t pan out how I’d expected at all. The Long Walk another very interesting story. I’m a bit unsure if I would have liked to have read more about the lead up to the walk prior to the start rather than the story starting at its commencement and finding out fragments along the way. I also don’t think King actually fully explains why the walk exists, not that he has to as he writing about the effects on the human taking part in something of this nature, but I would have liked to know the how’s and why the walk takes place and how society has got to this point and why t’s deemed acceptable. That aside I did really enjoy reading about how the participants deal with the situation they find themselves in and I was interesting to see where their minds went. And Finally Roadwork a story about a man forced out of his home due to a new Highway being built, it’s another interesting tale, probably my least favourite of the collection but still a good tale, it delves deep into the main characters psyche on how he deals with loss, not just the loss of his house.