I'm in the mood for an old SK book that I haven't read in many years and I'm trying to decide which one it will be. I've narrowed my choices down to either The Dead Zone, Pet Semetary or The Tommyknockers. I read all three of those shortly after they were released and have never re-read any of them. So. it's been at least 25 years for any of the three. I seem to think I remember more about Pet Semetary than the others because once you read that one, it's hard to forget. I'm leaning toward The Dead Zone. I remember that I thoroughly enjoyed reading it 30 years ago (wow - that's hard to believe) but am pretty hazy on the story after all of these years. I have been wanting to give Tommyknockers another shot for quite a long time too. But since it's political season, it's probably going to be The Dead Zone.
Another reason I want to read The Dead Zone is that I've seen the TV series is available for streaming from Netflix. I've never seen it and am curious but I want to read the book again before watching it.
Me, too - I am also considering The Dead Zone. I got a Hallowe'en sign for the house last weekend that says" The Dead Zone" and it got me thinking. I know - kinda weird. OK - I should know this but I think that is the one where a guy wakes up out of a coma and can see things e.g. he holds a scarf and knows where a dead girl is buried, etc. Plus when he shakes someone's hand he can sort of read their mind. Anyway, I know I sound a little ditzy and scatterbrained here but it's been a long day. I have just read his most recent works but I think maybe I will start revisiting the old stuff too! Ah the joy of being old, eh? I just hope the whole plot doesn't come back to me when I start reading