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Needful Quotes

The following are quotes from Stephen King’s Needful things. “At fifty-one you had to keep running just to escape the avalanche of your own past.” (p. 99) “Brian had uncovered one of the great truths of small towns: many secrets—in … Continue reading

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Characterizing The Dog

The following is in response to Stephen King’s Cujo. Stephen King famously wrote this book while addicted to alcohol and doesn’t remember writing it at all. Miraculously you couldn’t tell by the book which is written amazingly well; at least … Continue reading

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Searching For The Color of Magic

The following is in response to Terry Pratchett’s first Discworld novel The Color of Magic. Ahhh. Can you smell that? It’s the first book of the year, and like the first cup of coffee in the morning this book will … Continue reading

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A (Cat’s) Cradlefull of Quotes

The following are quotes from Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle, the twenty-seventh and final book that I read this year. “She fired me. I shall never forget her. She believed that God liked people in sailboats much better than He liked … Continue reading

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The Gunslinger

The following is in response to Stephen King’s The Gunslinger. This book is part one of the Dark Tower series, the longest series that Stephen King was penned amounting to a total of seven (eight if you count The Wind … Continue reading

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Doomed

The following is in response to Chuck Palahniuk’s Doomed. Doomed is the twenty-fifth book that I read this year as part of my goodreads.com challenge. This book is the sequel to Damned, a story in which a little girl, Madison … Continue reading

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Scary Carrie

The following is in response to Carrie, the debut novel of Stephen King. Carrie is the tenth book that I read this year, and let me assure you it has been a long time coming. If you have read any … Continue reading

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