Publish date: September 1st 1995
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 663
Edition language: English
I reckon I'll have to come back to this one after I've read the whole Dark Tower saga. Knowing the broad strokes of King's over-arching mythos I got most of what was going on, but I don't think I enjoyed it as much as I might. That said, it was not what I expected. I thought it would explore a fai...
...because I finished! I'm partial to those peanut butter ones with the chocolate kisses. "It's a long walk back to Eden, sweetheart, so don't sweat the small stuff..." Though this took me a month to read, it didn't feel like a trek at all. In fact, I quite enjoyed the journey. It's just that I ...
You may skip ahead to Actual Review if you haven't a fuck to give about my experience while reading Stephen King's Insomnia and only want to hear about the book. Yes, I put personal shit in my reviews. I won't hold it against you if you want to get down to brass tax... tacks... screw it, you know wh...
This was incredibly awesome. It was so full and fast-paced. Ralph's experience was extraordinary. I loved this.
I really liked the fact that the protagonists in this book were around 70 years old. Folks in this age bracket seem to be underrepresented in popular fiction. And I believe King handled their characterizations well. I also liked the surreal feel to the supernatural aspects of this book. Oh, and, I w...
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