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Stephen King is probably the only "celebrity" that I would like to meet.
And that just for the opportunity shake his hand and to say "Thank you."
Finished it this evening. Loved it. Thank you Mr King.
I just wondered why they were using .22's
Sad to hear.
Loved his work.
Currently on page 200 and something and I keep thinking that are, or should be be connections to both
"Carrie" and "The Dead Zone". All of the main characters seem to have similar traits.
Yeah, I got that, but where's she been hiding all this time?
Maybe something to be learned later?
Does it matter?
;-D That was the first thing I thought of too.
Been watching regularly, but find I'm losing interest.
Who is this woman, and why does she show up so long after the Dome?
Not sure I really care.
Another series of books I gotta read...
I think of it more as "inspired by" the book than "based on".
I knew in the first five minutes that they had made significant changes from the book. But I expected that.
The Wife kept asking me questions that I couldn't answer (she hasn't read the book)....
You're in for a treat! :smile2:
Just finished "Joyland". Read it much faster than I wanted to as I didn't really want it to end.
Unlike most of Mr Kings' stories, this one made me cry.
Got mine at the Navy Exchange in Bangor, Wa. $8.62
"Horns" and "Heatrt Shaped Box" are at to top of my "gotsta read" list!
I started to read it around 1978, but couldnt get into it.
Tried again a couple of years ago, and found an outstanding book.
Started reading "Joyland" today.
Will soon re-read "The Shining" to prepare for "Dr Sleep".
Just finished the latest by the King that goes by Hill, and found it outstanding. =D