Publish date: 1996
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 466
Edition language: English
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.
In a word: chilling. Maybe it's the fact that I started this at the start of summer with all of its potential, exactly the way this macabre, surreal carnival does. The Regulators takes place on an average American street, one so familiar to small towns that it could literally be anywhere. Baseball i...
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