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You wanna sell it?
Speaking of THE Bachman Books (complete with Rage), I plan to hunt down a used paperback copy on Ebay...In fact, I'm going to look right now.
Started out with Lisey's Story, and worked backwards and forwards. Never thought I could ever read another as good.
I went crazy, good pals, and preordered Joyland and Doctor Sleep for my Amazon Kindle in one fell swoop. There you go, a strong case for the convenience of E - books. It took me less than an ounce of...
As for King, I think he likes Pelecanos...
I do have a few:
Michael Crichton (and John Lange)
First of all you love reading. That is, in itself, a winner. It doesn't matter who or what you read, just as long as you read. (You don't seem to like Danielle Steel...so how can you be weird,...
Oh wow, I got Carrie on paperback with a new copy....would that prompt a reread? Who knows?:)
I would go through the whole "Where there's smoke, there's fire thing. " But you guys probably already know that.
My view on this is that sometimes Stephen King does go overboard with his sometimes heavy projection of immorality, and that makes readers feel overly depressed, or worse, make them actually want to...
Thankfully I have no qualms about liking both, and I do like both (to a lesser and different degree for Snooki). So there you go, haters...
Some who are open enough will be fine, they will know the nuances of these types of fiction. But most that I am referring to already have an adverse feeling towards fiction in general that there's...
It's pretty hard to take a story like Duma Key or Pet Sematary and say it's about love though. It's such a stretch even I don't think I can justify convincingly.
After being away from the forums for quite awhile, I have decided to come back to my good friends here. I do miss you, guys, and love all of you.
A question that recently popped into my mind is a...
Still making my way through Wind through the Keyhole. Good pleasures are never meant to be rushed.
Reading Prince of Thieves from Chuck Hogan. No purple prose, just Some of the best thriller writing I have read.
Not knocking Robert Mccammon in anyway, but I truly am sure Joe Hill and Chuck Hogan are the best novellists working today, one being a master of the contemporary horror novel set in authentic...
Hey, buddy, I just ahold of THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE...First Dark Tower book I have read, and you know what? I got sucked into the lives of Roland and his Ka-Tet...
If any crime writer could succeed as a poet it would be James Ellroy.
Just peruse this line in Blood's a Rover:
The houses were all ant-sized and eroded cinder block. Windows were foil-crimped...
You really got it all down...
I just got THE STAND on Kindle...I am reading it as soon as I possibly can, but alas my studies demand a large chunk of my time.
Got Mile 81 on my phone, I am so happy!!! hehehe
11/22/63, when can you arrive to the local booksellers so I can post your title in this thread? When? hehe :laugh:
Sorry, I meant The Mist..
I just got Skeleton Crew on my Android tablet, and I can't wait to read The Reach in preparation for the film.