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This book has been spoken of as difficult to get into, boring, and much too long.
I've tried to read this book a few times over the past four years, and it's just so slow for so long, that it's hard for me to get into it.
I listened to an audio version of this book, and the narration by Eli Wallach also didn't work well for me.
While some don't consider this Stephen King's best work, I quite enjoyed it. It was a nice pairing with King's novel, 11/22/63. Read morePublished 3 days ago by candy
when king is hot, he's great. sometimes, however, he gets wordy, but that's why page turners were created. fun-filled read for the most part.Published 5 days ago by J.B. Law
One of my favorite books. Arrived on time and in great condition...no complaints.Published 8 days ago by Mariellyn
I guess the idea that even us old folks can have adventures is what intriges me the most. I had paper a back that I read till it fell apart.Published 29 days ago by Edith
I am a long-time Stephen King fan and completely enjoy his down home buildup but after a tremendous amount of back story, he ends up in a little overdone drama. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Terri D
Insomnia is my favorite book by Stephen King and one of the best books I've read.
I love it for so many reasons, one being his characters are seniors, elderly people. Read more
It was an awesome read. I wasn't disappointed in the least. It was well written and it held me tighter than Lois could ever hold Ralph.Published 1 month ago by Mo