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Stephen King Books

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Well i just recently started to read Christine again (couse i have never finished to read it last time tongue.gif )
I think its quiet a little dificult to read and you have to use your imaginacion.....and think
what you just have read...but i really like the teenage life.....converted to suspence and
horror.....what do you guys Think?

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What other SK Books you like?

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Misery was fucking sick, but hands down, my favorite book by him.

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It and Rage are my all time favorites. Salem too. I actually love pretty much everything he wrote biggrin.gif

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I read Thinner a while ago, I thought it was quite good.
I absolutely LOVED Rose Madder.
And now I'm reading IT. It's quite good so far I think.
My dad is a big SK reader. We have all his books I think, so I'm slowly getting through them laugh.gif

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I've read a lot of his books, but the Dark Tower series was my all time favorite. The first one was hard to get thru, but after that, and you've read the others, the first one made sense and you realize how brilliant and original it is, and the rest, you can't put down once you start.

Other favorites are Misery, Eye of the Tiger, and Needful Things, Pet Semetary, The Green Mile - probably more, just can't think now.

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I loved the Green Mile

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QUOTE(panik @ Dec 15 2007, 04:12 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Misery was fucking sick, but hands down, my favorite book by him.


That book was freaking amazing.

After reading Pet Semetery, I had a nightmare that my brother's corpse was trying to kill me. dry.gif

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my friend is obsessed with him right now. I hate him though.

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QUOTE(¿Whatsername? @ Dec 22 2007, 05:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I hate him though.

Why do you?

I've read only Salem (it wasn't that scary as I expected, but I liked it anyway) and Carrie (this one was really good, not scary at all, but with an interesting plot).

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I really really liked The Dark Half.
That book was amazing.

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I've only read a few
Pet Sematary
The Shining
Pulse
And I believe I've read another one
Can't remember though


I love his books, they are just amasing.
The way a horror/zombie book (pulse) can have a personal line to it. And that you sometimes really feel like you are the main character. wow

I love how you, in some books, start loving the characters... bad idea sometimes

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I read this book in junior high- but when I was a kid, my brother told me all about it and had me all freaked out because there was a car just down the street that looked like Christine.

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my first SK book was secret window, but i didnt finish it, then i read misery after watching the movie, it was awesome, but i think my fav is bag of bones!

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the best one yet waz cell

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The Dead Zone is my all time Stephen King Fav.

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I love The Shining and Misery. They are brilliant books.

I was tempted to read the Dark Tower series but I just couldn't get my head around it.
But, I do love the film Hearts in Atlantis which is based on one of them isn't it? But the film is, apparently, very different.

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I've read loads of Stephen King books. I had this Stephen King period and I read all the books they had in the local library.
But my favorite will always be Insomnia...
Misery I actually read in English in school, I agree sick stuff! Better then the movie.

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I read it a long time ago, but Misery was a fucking ace book.
The vivd imagery he uses is just mindblowing.
Like when the lady cut off his foot, it was so sick!

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^urgh yeah
and the lawnmower...

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My favorite is The Dead Zone. I'm trying to read all of his books. Think I have 6 left. On Duma Key now.

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it freaked me out. i just read the basics and i couldn't pick it up, it disgusts me.

although, i am a fan of the shining. "redrum, redrum, redrum."

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I love "The Shining".
I just read it a few weeks back, and it was fantastic.
It made me realize that the movie seriously sucked.

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I bought "It' yesterday. It seems like it could be alright.

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Green Mile, I love this book. Amazing story, I think everyone watched film, but book is even better.

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QUOTE(Martika @ Apr 12 2008, 11:13 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Green Mile, I love this book. Amazing story, I think everyone watched film, but book is even better.

I'm gonna shock you. I haven't seen the movie mellow.gif
I've heard it's amazing, though.

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Whats his latest book? I havent read anything since It.

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Stephen King is amazing, my favorite is either Salem's Lot or The Dead Zone

QUOTE(**nobodylikesyou** @ Apr 26 2008, 11:50 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Whats his latest book? I havent read anything since It.

Duma Key

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QUOTE(Fauxfink @ Apr 28 2008, 07:19 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Duma Key

I thought it wasn't published yet..?

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QUOTE(Morgaine @ Apr 13 2008, 06:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I'm gonna shock you. I haven't seen the movie mellow.gif
I've heard it's amazing, though.


I FUCKING LOVE THAT MOVIE.

Jesus Christ....It's so good.



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QUOTE(chickin'pickin' @ Apr 28 2008, 09:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
It's so good.

Hmm... this line plus the line from the quote in your sig... should I see that movie? tongue.gif


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