I had a real hard time with it. I haven't re-read it as an adult yet, but am planning on it soon. I know it will be rough because I'm a parent now and wasn't when I read it the first time. Pet Sematary, too with all of
5 year old boy that is left alone after his family dies and then he fell down a well(I think it was a well) and broke both legs and then died awhile later. That one part just REALLY got to me and a few tears did fall. Thinking of what that poor boy went through, so young and so alone.
I know he wasn't real, but dang...haha that whole passage just got to me. I was reading it thinking "No. Oh God. Nooo. Oh my God." I remember thinking right after that "Why, Stephen? Why did you have to do that to that poor little boy?" ahahahahah! Again, he wasn't real, but that's how the King Man does it, right? Sucks you in so much you feel like you're reading a true story.
my heart sunk so far down in my gut I thought I would puke. That was one part of that book that I...well, I didn't enjoy it..but I did...but..well..I think that's about all the explanation I can give for it. Poor, poor
In my opinion the most disturbing passage in "The Stand" was where Lloyd was talking about his experience with his rabbit. It didn't make me tear up, but disturbed me greatly. I personally enjoyed Cell! But I can understand why people don't. It was my first Stephen King book I ever read so I'm partial to it.