ghostface wrote:I thought Thinner was pretty good. Starting on Pet Semetary now, so far I really like it.
ghostface wrote:"It" is next on my list. So far I cannot keep my hands off Pet Sematary. I really like it!
I am indeed prepared for a long book. But if it is that good of a book then it probably won't take me very long.SuperSonic wrote:
You'll love "IT". I've broken the spine on mine, so now I can't read it I would have read "IT" first. BE prepared for a looooong book. It's a long one. Depending on the size of the book, your looking at about 800-1000+ pages
Ajax wrote:I'm readin Cujo it's good so far.
Under The Dome had me hooked from the start. I loved it, up until the ending. I find that is the case with a lot of King's books though, I never seem to really like the ending.SuperSonic wrote:The one I thought went by the slowest (and still haven't picked up again since I bought it) is a tie between Under The Dome and Needful Things. Both books I didn't finish. Couldn't get into them
The Stand is by far my favorite and one of the few books I've read multiple times.Shannon_Johnson wrote:I do! I've read the one called 'The Dead Zone' - the story of the schoolteacher Johnny Smith, who awakens from a coma with psychic abilities. I've also read 'It' - liked this one better - and I have to admit that I've been fearing clowns since then. Next on the list is 'The Stand'. Have read so much about it that I feel I practically know the story now!
Gives me all the more reason to start reading it now.. Thank you! And now that you've mentioned it, I read about Revival - 'A dark and electrifying novel about addiction, fanaticism, and what might exist on the other side of life'. Sounds great.. to be read as well!Raven wrote:
I read 'Revival' last month. It didn't scare me but was creepy. It's worth a read.