Tag Archives: Stephen King

Quotes From The Drawing of the Three

The Following are quotes from Stephen King’s “The Drawing of the Three,” the second installment of The Dark Tower series which was written in 1987. Even now one of the men tore a sheet form the yellow pad which lay … Continue reading

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Horror Movie Cleanse: Dead Silence

Dead Silence is the story of Jamie Ashen. Following the arrival of an unusual package at their front door that contained a doll, Jamie’s wife Lisa is found dead in their home. He returns back to his home town to bury his wife—a town that has a saying that sounds like a warning about not screaming if you see the face of Mary Shaw, a deceased ventriloquist. Jamie is estranged from his wealthy father, who’d recently had a stroke and was now remarried to a young woman named Ella. At least that is what Ella would have everyone believe. Continue reading

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Fires and Button Boxes

The following is in response to Stephen King’s book “Firestarter” and his novella with Richard Chizmar “Gwendy’s Button Box”. Firestarter depicts a father’s journey to keep his daughter safe even when he is not with her. So what he is … Continue reading

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Walking and Running with The King

The following is in response to Stephen King’s novels “The Long Walk” and “The Running Man.” The Long Walk is about a boy named Ray Garraty that volunteers to participate in the state-run contest called The Long Walk. One hundred … Continue reading

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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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Roadwork Quotes

The following are quotes from the book Roadwork by Stephen King, which was the twenty-second book that I read this year. He said: “I can’t explain. I listened to myself. But people talk a different language inside. It sounds like … Continue reading

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Writing, Rage, and Youtube

The following is in response to Stephen King’s On Writing, King’s Rage, and Joseph Garrett’s Stampy’s Lovely Book. The eighteenth book that I read this year was On Writing by Mr. Stephen King. The book is in part autobiographical and … Continue reading

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