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Very unique main characters, I.e. You do not see a 68 or 70 year old main character too often in a book. Liked it a lot, love is incorporated in the story and that is nice alsoPublished 2 days ago by Sharon Lebon
I originally couldn't get into Insomnia as a read and I actually attempted it several times. I would read a few pages, get a little bored, then put it down and try again later on. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Andy Keith
I don't know how he does it, cranking one great read after another. But I'm sure glad he does. Wonderful!Published 7 days ago by Glassy lady
This one was a little convoluted, but I always love reading Stephen King. In some chapters I thought he was a little "over descriptive," but perhaps I was anxious to find... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Retiree
It is a little too weird for me and I concluded that King just forced himself to write the final book he started so well with Mr Mercedes. Rather disappointing .Published 12 days ago by Arje Cohen
This was a pretty good follow up to IT. Long narrative, although kind of a slow starter. I enjoyed reading it, although not nearly as much as IT. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Nolan
One of my favorite books of all time. I've read it times I've had to tape the binding multiple times. I love the progression of the main character's descent into madness, or is it?Published 18 days ago by Kayte
I thought the book started a bit slow, but I think that was the aim explaining life for an old widow. I really enjoyed the book, but have been a fan of Kings for quite some time.Published 23 days ago by Jeffrey Remster