Publish date: 1996
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 466
Edition language: English
Great read to come back to after a few years. Definitely understand more of the topics now like autism. Good character development in a quick read. Quick in that it is not super long if you take out all the letters and confessions (Symes-the mine guy).
bookshelves: fraudio, tbr-busting-2015, published-1996, north-americas, boo-scary, winter-20142015, ohio, spring-2015 Read from February 01 to April 18, 2015 Description: There's a place in Wentworth, Ohio, where summer is in full swing. It's called Poplar Street. Up until now it's been a nice ...
I read the sister book to The Regulators, Desperation, in May of last year, and it easily ranks as one of my favorite books. They have a lot in common, but there is definitely a difference in the overall vibe of the two books.I really love the parallel universe thing going on here. It's a great conc...
Autistic Seth Garin is possessed by an evil entity named Tak, who grows strong enough to terrorise a suburban street with images from Seth's mind.A splatter fest from King, as usual...got a little repetitive at the end with exploding eyeballs, to be honest. Also as usual with King, "Resolution deman...
This made me want to re-read Desperation.
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