"King described writing Doctor Sleep as a "real challenge" because of its connection to The Shining, which he wrote before he was 30. Now 65, the author said he wanted to "go back to the real creepy scary stuff" in the new novel."
Why did you want to go back to the 'real creepy scary stuff"?
Were the occupants of the hotel that tried to originally possess Danny's "shining" released from the hotel when it exploded and if so are they going to join forces with the True Knot to overtake Danny and also possibly Abra?
I've already asked a question on page two...but if I have nine lives, I wonder if I'd get nine questions? Don't answer,
just thinking out loud...and too, I'm wondering if Danny shares any character traits w/Dr. Kevorkian...if he had a brother...not
the doctor...Danny. Too, I've been wondering if it is possible for a writer to do the little doll trick...a lock of hair from
someone, stick needles in him...cause he pizzed the writer off...that'd probably be pretty spooky, if a writer could to that...throw the
hex on you with a story. But in this case, the writer need not have a lock of hair...maybe he has bad juu-juu.
"Knot" has my curiosity up, as well.
We all have wounds, open or not, from childhood, wounds that we try (with varying degrees of success) to heal as adults, even if sometimes that means ripping off the scab, re-breaking the bone. Does Danny end the book any more whole than he began it?