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Title: Stephen King
Post by: Kari_Grace on July 13, 2005, 03:42:06 pm

I searched for a Stephen King thread, but I couldn't find one, and I thought having a thread about his books is a great idea. I love Stephen King. I think he is a genius. Actually, Carrie is my favorite book of his, not to mention my favorite book of all time. I also like The Stand, It, and Firestarter a lot. Anybody else like Stephen King?

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Cristiel on July 13, 2005, 04:16:19 pm

Yes, I'm a Stephen King fan, have read a lot of his books though not all of them. My favorites up to now are "IT" and "The Talisman".

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tafika on July 13, 2005, 05:22:52 pm

I own some Stephen King books, but I've never actually read any (which always seems to be the case with me at the moment. I have far too much to read)
I really like the films that have been made based on his work though, which is why I want to read some of his work.

It'll happen. One day. lol

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: PHF1138 on July 15, 2005, 11:01:27 am

All I've read is "Four Past Midnight" and that was, sadly, just because of "Secret Window", which was, sadly, just because it was a movie with my beloved Johnny Depp as the star. (I did enjoy the stories though, particularly "The Langoliers.")

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Kari_Grace on July 15, 2005, 04:35:29 pm

[quote]I own some Stephen King books, but I've never actually read any (which always seems to be the case with me at the moment. I have far too much to read)
I really like the films that have been made based on his work though, which is why I want to read some of his work.[/quote]
Yeah, I'd recommend that you do that. Stephen King is a very talented author, and his writing style is very unique. If you'd just open a page, you could see that clearly.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: PHF1138 on July 16, 2005, 11:59:04 am

OH! I totally forgot: I've also read his book On Writing - a must read for aspiring authors everywhere. "Adverbs are not your friends" - best advice I've ever gotten.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Enara on July 18, 2005, 02:24:12 pm

[color=Blue]I love Stephen King´s books, and you have named most of my favourite:
- It
- The talisman
- Four past midnight
- The Shining
- Carrie
- and of course Salem´s Lot[/color]

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Blue Star on July 18, 2005, 05:11:15 pm

My favorite 'book of his that I've read is Misery. I tried to start reading some of his other books, but I got disinterested and all of them were postponed. So the only one I've acutally read through start to finish and love is Misery. Stephen King is a genius. But what's wierd is that in a lot of his books (at least Misery and Secret Window that I know of), Stephen likes to make the main character almost exactly like him only with a different name and maybe physical attributes, and have him almost this famous star writer who gets threatened by crazy fans of his writing. I've read a quote in this one screenplay writing 'book that says that making a story about a famous writer is bad, and that it is one of the most self-indulgent forms of writing. I'll bet he is pretty self-indulgent, but geniuses like him are in no way perfect. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Bianca on July 18, 2005, 08:14:50 pm

I've read a couple of Stephen King books before. I own and have read Salem's Lot and the Regulators.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Kari_Grace on July 20, 2005, 04:00:59 pm

Is Salem's Lot any good? I hear it is ... but I've never read it.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Poopsmith on July 28, 2005, 11:23:33 pm

I started reading The Stand and got just over half-way through before I decided I couldn't take it anymore. Don't you guys think he goes into a little too much detail on all of his characters? I got so bored reading all of their life stories. High fives to all of you who stuck it out though!

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Cristiel on July 29, 2005, 09:14:40 am

That's Stephen King's typical style, all his books are like that. Some parts can indeed be rather boring but most of the time I think it's fascinating the way he brings his characters to life by giving them a past a present and a future.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Poopsmith on July 29, 2005, 12:25:49 pm

It is good that he takes that much care to transform his characters into real people, but I just got bored. I wanted more of the story, not just a million biographies. My dad owns every single Stephen King book ever and he loves 'em. To each his own! ;D

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Frodo_Ubsessed on July 30, 2005, 06:27:07 pm

[quote author=PHF1138 link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=0#msg896251 date=1121439687]
All I've read is "Four Past Midnight" and that was, sadly, just because of "Secret Window", which was, sadly, just because it was a movie with my beloved Johnny Depp as the star. (I did enjoy the stories though, particularly "The Langoliers.")
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Haha, wow that is exactly why I read (some) of that book. I just really wanted to compare 'Secret Window' to the movie. ::)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: RedSonja on August 07, 2005, 03:41:14 am

[quote author=I HEART NERDS link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=0#msg901172 date=1122607413]
I started reading The Stand and got just over half-way through before I decided I couldn't take it anymore. Don't you guys think he goes into a little too much detail on all of his characters? I got so bored reading all of their life stories. High fives to all of you who stuck it out though!
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That's one of the things that make Stephen King such a wonderful writer. His characters have depth, they have life, they are not flat, one dimensional like so many of these "McFiction" books out now.

I think he is quite brilliant and has such an understanding of human nature. The Stand is a wonderful look into our complex psyches. Pet Semetary is also astounding, as is Misery. 8)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: simsea on August 09, 2005, 12:06:35 pm

I've read 3 of his books and...they sucked. I felt really sick after reading them :P

but that's just me *lol*

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Mushee on September 11, 2005, 12:45:24 am

Which ones did you read? Because I've read, hundreds, it seems, and I really like them all.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Enara on September 15, 2005, 01:58:55 pm

[quote author=incognito link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=15#msg905269 date=1123603595]
I've read 3 of his books and...they sucked. I felt really sick after reading them :P

but that's just me *lol*
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Really?? I wonder which you read. I have read many of them and love them all... :P

but that´s just me...[/color]

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: degambi on September 17, 2005, 01:01:26 am

I am a big fan of Stephen King.I think he is an underappreciated writer because he has chosen to write in the horror genre.but as his short stories have shown,he can write just as well in other genres.

The first King novel I ever read was Carrie;years before it was made into the movie with Sissy Spacek(which I own on video).It has been so long since I read it,I am not sure I remember it well enough to call it a favorite.

Pet Sematary creeped up on me and scared the stuffing out of me weeks after I'd read it.I love how Stephen king was able to get inside the head of a female character in Delores Claiborne.The Stand turned late summer cold and scared me during the daylight hours.
Misery freaked me out.I totally identified with the main character.
The short stories in Different Seasons were compelling and well written.

I used to underestimate King until I read Pet Sematary.That is when I discovered the thing I like most about Stephen King:the way the horror sneaks up on you.He is not a gory writer.He develops plot and characters methodically and in great detail.He is a thinking person's horror writer.For me it is only after I have read his book and thought about the plot,do I feel frightened.I finished Pet Sematary disappointed,I didn't think it was that scary.But when I contemplated the concept of a cemetary which changes your dead loved ones into murderous zombies,I had trouble sleeping for a couple nights.

I tried to read Insomnia,it scared me too much But what I read was interesting.I think I started to get scared for the main character,the widower,and I couldn't read any further.I did read the one about the abused woman who ran away from her murderous battering husband.I just can't remember the title.

I have seen a couple of the mini series and ,I think,all of the movies.I have seen Rose Red twice as well as IT.

I think I will try to find his book on writing.I would love to read his opinion on what it takes to be a good writer.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Faerie in Combats on October 02, 2005, 03:24:10 pm

I read Carrie and I loved it. And I've seen most of the movies. (PEt Sematary as so scary.)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Tamara on November 02, 2005, 08:55:29 am

I love "the dark tower" it´s apretty long story about 5 books (or was it 6 ???) the end was a little stupid but that´s king

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Kari_Grace on December 13, 2005, 09:05:12 pm

My A.P. English teacher said that King wrote every novel based upon a nightmare he'd had. Can you imagine how awful his dreams are? He says he even sleeps with the lights on every night because of how terrible they are. I mean, I sleep with the lights on, too ... but that's because I'm a wuss!

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Arya on December 19, 2005, 12:07:38 pm

[quote author=RedSonja link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=0#msg904515 date=1123400474]
[quote author=I HEART NERDS link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=0#msg901172 date=1122607413]
I started reading The Stand and got just over half-way through before I decided I couldn't take it anymore. Don't you guys think he goes into a little too much detail on all of his characters? I got so bored reading all of their life stories. High fives to all of you who stuck it out though!
[/quote]

That's one of the things that make Stephen King such a wonderful writer. His characters have depth, they have life, they are not flat, one dimensional like so many of these "McFiction" books out now.

I think he is quite brilliant and has such an understanding of human nature. The Stand is a wonderful look into our complex psyches. Pet Semetary is also astounding, as is Misery. 8)
[/quote]
I've just finished to read The Stand, that in italian version sounds like The Scorpion Shadow...I like it! I think it's interesting book, even if a bit scary and sad...I like how he describes his characters too, I don't think that book is boring and then it becomes more interesting and more interesting...

Title: Stephen King?
Post by: melancholyXdreams on February 08, 2006, 01:03:00 pm

Anyone a fan of Stephen King? Some of my faves from him are: The Shining, Misery, Secret Window, Secret Garden, and The Body.

I also love his book called 'On Writing'. I'm a writer myself, and it has sooo many helpful hints. ;)

I live only a couple of hours from his house in Bangor, Me. I'm right across the border. Got a pic of his house when I was going to Cauldron Con in Mass. last August.

http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y192/number24_shadylane/CauldronCon%202005/DSC009232.jpg

Title: Re:Stephen King?
Post by: tiram90 on February 10, 2006, 12:20:15 pm

I'm a big fan of him. but i don't think i should read his books, i get many nightmares, but i can't stay away! i just read Dreamcatcher, that one was really scary! and i loved it ;D

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Elijah_Lover_812 on February 10, 2006, 11:55:23 pm

Write now i'm reading On Writing: A memoir of the Craft. It's really good. I haven't read any of his novels yet though.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Cheesy on February 18, 2006, 01:56:30 pm

I'm such a fan of Steven King! He's a brilliant writer! I just finished reading 'It'. It's so well-written, dark and twisted, but I didn't get nightmares from it thankfully. I think I might read Misery next.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Enara on February 19, 2006, 06:14:30 am

I read "It" a long time ago and loved the whole story... "Misery" is an amazing book, you´ll enjoy the reading!! :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Ladyace on June 13, 2006, 01:48:31 am

Stephen King is AWESOME!!!!!!

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Frodo_Ubsessed on June 27, 2006, 07:39:16 pm


Quote:
I'm such a fan of Steven King! He's a brilliant writer!


Heh, absolutely! I am a writer myself, and even though I don't enjoy the whole "thriller writing" that he does, I love him because he is such an awesome writer! I recently read his memoir on writing for my journalism class, and I was rather inspired. I think he has a very deep, thoughtful mind that is capable of incredible writing. Like I said, I am not a big fan of the horror/thriller novels or stories, but I am a huge fan of Stephen King's talent. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tafika on July 06, 2006, 04:25:29 am

I just picked up a copy of The Green Mile for £2.80 (I love that 2nd hand bookshop, I really really do)
Started reading it until I realised I was in the middle of a Pratchett novel.
From what I read it was good, and I will definately be coming back to it.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tiram90 on July 06, 2006, 06:35:13 am

The Green Mile is really great!

Have anyone read Gerald's Game or something? It's really scary!

I just bought From A Buick 8, it's really mysterious... ;D

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: willow-jade on July 24, 2006, 02:48:32 pm

im a huge stephen king fan ive read loads of his books. from 'carrie' to 'desparation', 'IT' to dreancatcher. i think i have all of them that he does under his real name i never really got in to the bachman ones he did under a different name

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Frodo_Ubsessed on July 24, 2006, 02:57:55 pm

I would really love to read The Green Mile! I bet it's brilliantly written. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tiram90 on August 29, 2006, 02:31:51 am

[quote author=>>The Black Pearl<< link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=30#msg1029046 date=1153767475]
I would really love to read The Green Mile! I bet it's brilliantly written. :)
[/quote]

It is brilliantly written! I don't know if you've seen the movie, but I would say that you don't need to see it after reading the book. Stephen King describes it all so well that you can see it all very clear inside your head! ;)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: raquel19 on May 30, 2008, 04:45:48 pm

I think this is the author that my friend loves. She likes all his written books and everything. Even though its soo THICK lol

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tiram90 on May 30, 2008, 05:08:44 pm

What? Stephen King doesn't write thick books?
Yes, Lisey's Story is thick, but that's the only one. All the others got normal sizes ::)

Have any of you read or seen 1408 yet?

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Lanta the Gemstar on June 04, 2008, 01:48:20 am

This is the one where John Cusack's character is in the hotel room, right?

No, I haven't read OR seen it, tho I meant to go see it in the cinema when it was out. :P Guess I'll just have to wait for the DVD. I love both Stephen King AND Cusack! ;D

Can't remember all the SK books I've read over the years, but I know I've read "Carrie", "Pet Cemetary", "Thinner" and a few others...

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: elizabeth coffey on June 04, 2008, 02:29:42 am

I used to have a few SK books, Carrie, It, from a buick 8 and a lot of his films, he is a good writer ;)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Lanta the Gemstar on June 04, 2008, 05:00:35 am

Like Tolkien, Stephen King often gets slammed by literary snobs, probably cos he appeals to the masses and has sold TRUCK LOADS over the years! ::)

It's true that just because something's popular, it doesn't make it good - but conversely, just because something is popular, doesn't mean it has no worth either.

King is a good writer, whose style flows easily and he generally manages to keep the suspense going till the end (sometimes TOO well, if scary stories aren't your thing!) :-X :P :o

PS: Forgot to mention in my last post, have also read The Shining and Children of the Corn, Cujo.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Hobbitsan on July 05, 2008, 08:38:11 am

i love and have ready nearly all of his books over the years and would love to own them all for future reading.... however. something only recently came to my attention when i heard of the new film adaptation of one of 'his' books 'the mist'.
Now i hadnt read this one of his so when i saw the trailer for this film i noticed straight away its a copy of James Herbert's book 'The Fog'. to further clarify this could have been copied or manipulated i went in search of when each book was published...
'The Mist' - Stephen King came out 1980
'The Fog' - James Herbert came out 1975
So i now dont know what to think about this... James Herbert's 'The Fog' was a brilliantly scary book and i wouldnt want to think SK would take that away from him with his version...

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: elizabeth coffey on July 05, 2008, 05:53:38 pm

I have seen more of his films then read his books.

I did not know that he had written a book like 'the fog' dan, judging by the years it looks like SK was taking JH idea, but without reading either of them I can't be certain.

Dan, you should read the short story 'the body' is what the film 'stand by me' was based on ;)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Hobbitsan on July 05, 2008, 11:01:58 pm

yeah i have read that book and love it more than the film. such a great tale! ;)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Lanta the Gemstar on July 05, 2008, 11:19:55 pm

Oh, now I wanna read The Body! ::)... Seen Stand By Me years ago, and it was a great film! ;D I knew it was based on a SK book, but just never got around to reading it...

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Billswife on January 25, 2009, 05:35:00 am

I love Stephen King! His books are always better than his movies tho IMHO.

I just saw 1408 the movie it was good, but the short storie was phenominal.

Dream catchers the book also is an increadible read, the movie doesn't do it justice.

I love the way he writes, he's just bold and he doesn't hold back.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tiram90 on February 04, 2009, 05:27:12 pm

[quote author=Valkyrie link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=30#msg1174100 date=1232879700]
I love Stephen King! His books are always better than his movies tho IMHO.

I just saw 1408 the movie it was good, but the short storie was phenominal.

Dream catchers the book also is an increadible read, the movie doesn't do it justice.

I love the way he writes, he's just bold and he doesn't hold back.
[/quote]

Amen to that!

I had nightmares after reading Dreamcatcher. The movie were just bad.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Billswife on February 05, 2009, 12:32:15 am

It's amaizing how he can just get under a readers skin isn't it?

And yeah Dream catchers was bad. It was such a good book to, I heard people say that they liked the movie but then none of them actually read the book to be let down.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Enara on February 05, 2009, 11:54:40 am

[quote author=Valkyrie link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=45#msg1174898 date=1233811935]
It's amaizing how he can just get under a readers skin isn't it?

And yeah Dream catchers was bad. It was such a good book to, I heard people say that they liked the movie but then none of them actually read the book to be let down.
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I totally agree with you ladies. I read the book and found it amazing, but the movie was really bad... very disappointing.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tiram90 on September 26, 2009, 06:07:14 am

Have you heard about his new book, Under the Dome? It comes out in November and sounds really cool!

[quote]Synopsis:

On an entirely normal, beautiful fall day in Chester’s Mill, Maine, the town is inexplicably and suddenly sealed off from the rest of the world by an invisible force field. Planes crash into it and fall from the sky in flaming wreckage, a gardener’s hand is severed as “the dome” comes down on it, people running errands in the neighboring town are divided from their families, and cars explode on impact. No one can fathom what this barrier is, where it came from, and when—or if—it will go away.

Dale Barbara, Iraq vet and now a short-order cook, finds himself teamed with a few intrepid citizens—town newspaper owner Julia Shumway, a physician’s assistant at the hospital, a select-woman, and three brave kids. Against them stands Big Jim Rennie, a politician who will stop at nothing—even murder—to hold the reins of power, and his son, who is keeping a horrible secret in a dark pantry. But their main adversary is the Dome itself. Because time isn’t just short. It’s running out.[/quote]

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: maryd on September 26, 2009, 06:42:31 am

I'm a wimp so I don't read horror, but the plot you've described there Marit sounds just like 'The Simpsons Movie'. Sorry. :P

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: tiram90 on September 26, 2009, 07:00:44 am

Haha, I know! But, I think Stephen King probably is able to make it something else. Believe me ^^

And, I wouldn't describe his books as horror. It's thrillers! He's the one who wrote The Green Mile ;)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: elizabeth coffey on September 26, 2009, 10:22:15 am

I have read IT by SK tried to read others but his writing is v detailed. Seen a lot of his films though, some great, some good and some plain bad. Carrie, The Green Mile, IT and Stand By Me are my fave films based on his books. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: jen10 on September 26, 2009, 12:53:03 pm

stephen king is a good author but his book called IT really creeps me and my mom out! thats why, because, hes such a good author! ;D IT was also made into a movie...i watched some of it and didn't sleep for a week... :P

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: elizabeth coffey on September 26, 2009, 03:04:09 pm

[quote author=jen10 link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=45#msg1183100 date=1253983983]
stephen king is a good author but his book called IT really creeps me and my mom out! thats why, because, hes such a good author! ;D IT was also made into a movie...i watched some of it and didn't sleep for a week... :P
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I'm not surprised Jen that is one hell of a creepy movie :o

by the way forgot to add another fave movie of his the shining :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: jen10 on September 26, 2009, 04:44:24 pm

[quote author=miss sixty link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=45#msg1183117 date=1253991849]
[quote author=jen10 link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=45#msg1183100 date=1253983983]
stephen king is a good author but his book called IT really creeps me and my mom out! thats why, because, hes such a good author! ;D IT was also made into a movie...i watched some of it and didn't sleep for a week... :P
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I'm not surprised Jen that is one hell of a creepy movie :o

by the way forgot to add another fave movie of his the shining :)
[/quote]

oh, yeah! the shinning...i watched a little of that too. the pyco guy is really creepy... :o

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: elizabeth coffey on September 27, 2009, 07:40:25 am

That's Jack Nicholson, I'm amazed you even watched a bit! ;)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: Elijahs Impact on September 28, 2009, 05:03:15 am

Um...ladies I don't want to be rude but since this is in teh book section wouldn't be better to keep to the subject of books rather than movies?

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: jen10 on September 28, 2009, 03:10:56 pm

[quote author=miss sixty link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=45#msg1183182 date=1254051625]
That's Jack Nicholson, I'm amazed you even watched a bit! ;)
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yeah, i know! it was so freaky!!! :o but, a very exciting movie.

damita - sorry! lol. :-[ a little off topic, lol. sorry. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: jen10 on September 28, 2009, 09:49:42 pm

[quote author=Carina link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=45#msg1183307 date=1254185538]
"Misery" is one of my favorite Stephen King books! I never get tired of it and I have this urge to read it over and over again, which is quite strange. I have borrowed it about 10 times from the library now. I think I should buy it since I already own many other SK books and I seem to want to read this book time and time again! ;D
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"Misery"? never heard of that one. maybe i will look into reading it. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: jen10 on September 29, 2009, 03:50:52 pm

[quote author=Carina link=board=17;threadid=27732;start=60#msg1183320 date=1254219008]
[color=Blue]You can read about it on wikipedia but the article pretty much gives everything away already: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misery_(novel). If you want to read the book for yourself and leave something to the imagination, I would not read this article.

"Misery" is about an author called Paul Sheldon, who has written a series of successful novels - the Misery Chastain novels. He plans to end this series and write a different book. After he is involved in a car accident, he is picked up by the "biggest" Misery fan. She does not take him to a hospital but takes him to her home. There she forces him to write another book for the Misery series, all the while treating him badly. During his stay there, the book becomes his escape from reality and ultimately his savior.

There is also a - very gruesome (of course) - film adaptation. I prefer the book, which I read before I saw the film, because it lets me imagine everything. :)

I also like "The Shining" very much.[/color]
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omg, thanks, carina! :) i'll be sure to look into that link. :)

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: redstar1 on November 01, 2009, 01:00:00 am

Sorry for bumping this thread, but you've got another lover of Stephen King right here! ;D

I've read Misery before, it was an amazing book! (and so is the movie; gives me chills!)

My first book that I picked up was Carrie. Later, I read Pet Sematary (which I am re-reading again after two years), Misery, Cujo, Cycle of the Werewolf... I'm thinking of reading The Stand, since I loved the mini-series. I found King's villain Randall Flag very entertaining. ^^

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: redstar1 on November 07, 2009, 08:45:29 pm

Ooh, my mother watched the old-version of The Shining a couple nights ago with a friend! Scared the crap out of her. And thanks! ^^ I suppose I will read The Stand next.

Hey, is anyone planning on reading or getting Under The Dome yet? It's released on the 10th in the United States. I heard from King that it's longer than IT.

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: redstar1 on November 08, 2009, 01:42:21 pm

I have never seen the new version. Is it similar to the old and book?

Title: Re:Stephen King
Post by: elizabeth coffey on November 13, 2009, 02:04:01 am

I love the old version of The Shining, never read the book but thought everyone was great in there roles! :)

SK was in the metro yesterday apparently his new book(20yrs in the making) has not been received well!


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