Publish date: January 1st 2002
Pages no: 608
Edition language: Italian
Not my favorite King book.I'm actually disappointed. Having read many of his books, and being fans of most, this felt long-winded to me. I wasn't really feeling the ghost story part either. Maybe he should just stick to writing about sickos that are living, I dunno, but this one... UGH!The story fru...
I cheated in my Stephen King chronological reread series. Desperation was up next, but... I really dislike that book, okay? I wanted to get to a King novel I love before the year’s end, so here we are. This was my third reread of Bag of Bones; this time it hit me deeper than ever before. Now that ...
So the book improved from previous reads. I really noticed even more easter eggs from the DT universe. Also I really liked seeing the author break into his writing, but then also living like a regular person.
Mike Noonan last sees his wife alive after she runs a routine errand. As he struggles to come to terms with her death, his writing career and life falls apart, and he closes himself off from the world.An idea for a vacation at his summer home by a lake restarts his life after four years and leads to...
I love King's little asides and observations. This book alone has a wealth of quotability. I've posted some, but to prevent spam, I'm gathering them all here. Grief is like a drunken houseguest, always coming back for one more goodbye hug. Readers have a loyalty that cannot be matched anywher...
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