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Oh no, absolutely not. I love Misery. That's my favorite Stephen King novel. It use to be Carrie but Misery took it's placed after I read it in the 12th grade. It was a chore because I was going back and reading and reread, and opening a dictionary every five seconds. This was before smartphones where you could look up a word in two seconds or Kindle where you could tap the word and the definition appears.
Oh ok. I loved Misery. 'It' is still my favorite of his though
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Old 01-19-2017, 10:36 AM
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Oh ok. I loved Misery. 'It' is still my favorite of his though
I'm still reading IT. It's a good book. I'm just past the Stanley Uris scene at the beginning of the book. Oh, I've also read Cujo, too. I was devastated by Cujo, let me just say that.
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Old 01-20-2017, 06:09 AM
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DEADRUSH-Yvonne Navarro. Pretty good novel about what could be described as succubus reanimators. Well written .
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Old 01-20-2017, 09:34 PM
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I'm still reading IT. It's a good book. I'm just past the Stanley Uris scene at the beginning of the book. Oh, I've also read Cujo, too. I was devastated by Cujo, let me just say that.
I loved Cujo
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Old 01-22-2017, 04:18 PM
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DEADRUSH-Yvonne Navarro. Pretty good novel about what could be described as succubus reanimators. Well written .
I looked up the book Deadrush. I'm a stickler for good cover art.

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I loved Cujo
Cujo is a classic. The movie is good, but nowhere near as good as the book. I heard that Cujo was King fans least favorite books of all. I loved it despite being devastated by it.
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Old 01-24-2017, 08:15 AM
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I looked up the book Deadrush. I'm a stickler for good cover art.



Cujo is a classic. The movie is good, but nowhere near as good as the book. I heard that Cujo was King fans least favorite books of all. I loved it despite being devastated by it.
Really? That surprises me. Theres been plenty others of his i didnt like but i really enjoyed Cujo. It was depressing and rough but a good read.
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Right Now I'm reading "Burning Chrome" by William Gibson, and "Slipping" by Lauren Beukes. Both are fantastic collections of short fiction that I would highly recommend.
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Old 03-21-2017, 05:49 AM
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A bio of George Lucas that just came out. Interesting, but Lucas has to be THE gloomiest Gus ever...even I'm not so moody. Good info on the STAR WARS/INDIANA JONES films.
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