Publish date: May 12th 2011
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
great book that is better than the shining
Despite rating this book five stars, I do not think it is perfect. While I do not often agree with the common notion that Stephen King overwrites, his penchant for logorrhea is on full-display in this 1200 page-long novel, released in 1986. There are multiple scenes that could have been cut out (inc...
I was among those who watched this when it came out as a miniseries. I was definitely too young to watch the miniseries, which proved itself when I kept inspecting out bathroom sink for any signs of blood for months afterwards. Anyway, with the movie coming out (which I probably won’t go see), I bec...
One of my favorite books of all time. You'll feel as if you're friends with the "loser's club" and miss them when the book ends.
The page count on this book was something I found daunting, but I kept hearing that it was one of King's best, so eventually I took the plunge. It started out slower than I expected. Just a quick introduction to Derry and what happened there in 1958 followed by some individual stories of people in 1...
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