check it out at www.horrorking.com. The site is old, so some of the newer books are not listed. However, it's a lot of fun.
I have to admit, I don't usually catch many mistakes. It really bothered me reading Brian Keene's Darkness On The Edge Of Town, just how much detail everyone seemed to be able to see in the dark! Especially in homes that were lit by candles -- and the characters were seeing mustard stains on shirts.
I also notice reading The Stand that Nick's ability to understand people seems to go way beyond lip reading. He never misses a line.
Some examples, Did you know. . .
- In The Gunslinger (The Gunslinger, Chapter V) Roland sees, when he goes through Tull, three women wearing slacks. But in The Drawing of the Three (Prisoner Chapter 1, subchapter 6) he is shocked when he, through Eddie's eyes, sees a stewardess wearing trousers.
- In Cujo it says that Evelyn Chalmers died on the 30th of June 1980. But in Needful Things Part 1, Chapter 2, subchapter 1, it says that she died in 1981.
- In Chapter 9 of The Stand Complete, Nick broke one of his attackers nose, judging from the sound it made. A bit hard to judge this if you are deaf.
- In The Stand Complete,
- Fran breaks her ankle and injures her back, when a sofa lands on top of her after the explosion. But later in the book, the broken ankle seems to have been forgotten. When Fran and the others visits Mother Abagail in Larry's home, Stu helps her inside and up the stairs, allegedly only because she has an injured back. And later, when Mother Abagail heals her, it is only the injured back that is mentioned as being healed.
And it goes on and on like this. I might be gone a while reading all these -- because the nerd in me just can't get enough.