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But it's also unusually visual. Linoge's eyes ominously change color, wind and sea wreak havoc, a basketball leaves blood circles with each bounce. The 100-year storm no doubt hits harder onscreen than on the page, but the snow is a symbol of the more disturbing emotional maelstrom that words evoke perfectly. And the murders of folks we've gotten to know is entirely terrifying in print. The crisp discipline of the screenplay format makes this book better than lots of King's more sprawling novels--the end doesn't wander and the dialogue crackles. Here's the real test: It's impossible to read parts 1 and 2 and not read part 3, "The Reckoning." --Tim Appelo
In this screenplay written for a TV mini-series, King deals with familiar concepts to his readers. First, just as in stories like 'Salem's Lot and Needful Things, a mysterious... Read morePublished 7 days ago by J. Hill
POWERFUL WRITING BY STEPHEN KING. THERE IS NOBODY LIKE HIM. I WAS AMAZED TO REALIZE RECENTLY JUST HOW MANY MOVIES PLOTS I HAVE ENJOYED AND I JUST FOUND OUT THAT HE WROTE THE... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Eleanor Takahashi iNSKIP
A good story from back when Stephen King actually knew how to tell an engaging story.Published 7 months ago by NoahBody
I thought I was receiving a novel. I didn't think it actually was the screen play. So, I was disapointed.Published 8 months ago by archer
one of my favorite books from Stephen king and I also enjoy the moviePublished 8 months ago by sandy carrier
Please people with the money, if you buy a new book, include a used one in your shopping cart. Read more