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When She Woke
This writer of YA books has won awards for Mudbound, but purple prose doesn't cover infuriating material. Too many of these reviews are being read by...more
Feb 21, 2012
Oct 07, 2011
The Darkest Evening of the Year
I've read 170 bo9oks this year and I'm surprised to say, this one is in my top 5. You can really feel how Dean Koontz and his family loved their own g...more
Oct 21, 2011
Oct 13, 2011
Bag of Bones
Always a master wordsmith, I particularly enjoyed his writer character's information about writing. I think Mr. King was trying to answer the many que...more
Mar 09, 2012
Mar 01, 2012
Rosemary's Baby
Wow! What a story. I can't decide whether I like the movie or book better. I remember when the movie came out, I was pregnant and that made it all the...more
Jan 13, 2012
Jan 10, 2012
When reading Misery, I wondered if Stephen King ever worries about his fans doing him harm. A few years later we got our answer as Mr. King was run do...more
Jan 1984
Jun 04, 2010
The Hot Zone: The Terrifying True Story of the Origins of the Ebola Virus
Shows just how little control anyone has over their lives, the environment or, especially, those who feel their own ends deserve a higher priority tha...more
Oct 31, 2010
Oct 30, 2010
Eclipse (Twilight, #3)
What a thriller! More action and horror than the first two. Still have to read the last one. This is one of the few series that I couldn't figure out...more
Jun 27, 2011
Jun 24, 2011
The Green Mile
This may be the best of the best Stephen King has to offer. More humane than most of his books, the reader learns to love this "murderer". P.S. I hate...more
Jan 1997
Jun 04, 2010
Stephen King was trying to teach us decades before Columbine that constant harrassment of teens causes pain and violent reactions. Will we never learn...more
Jan 1977
Jun 04, 2010
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
I learned that warehousing our sick and elderly is no guarantee that they are cared for or even given the human dignity each person deserves.
Jan 1984
Jun 16, 2010
The Haunting of Hill House
My first horror read, I first read THOHH as a Reader's Digest Condensed Version. I was 12 and scared to DEATH. Still is a timeless classic.
Jan 1963
Jun 04, 2010
One of King's better efforts, though a little painful to suffer the character's insomnia and consequent experiences right along with him.
Jan 1989
Jun 04, 2010
Written when people were so proud of their new cell phones, King boxes our ears with another soul-stealing story.
Oct 30, 2010
Oct 30, 2010
King at his best. Mom, boy, rabid dog. Grab the Zoloft before you read Cujo!
Jan 1981
Jun 04, 2010
You'll never look at a vintage car the same way after reading Christine.
Jan 1990
Jun 04, 2010
New Moon (Twilight, #2)
Just as gripping and disturbing as Twilight. I have a feeling the series just can't end to my satisfaction.
Jun 22, 2011
Jun 19, 2011
The Ghost Sitter
Nice children's story, not too scary, warm fuzzy ending.
Oct 29, 2011
Oct 29, 2011
'Salem's Lot
All you vampire fans, check this one out if you dare.
Jan 1976
Jun 04, 2010
Mr. Murder
Always creepy, this book actually made me itch UNDER the skin.
Oct 11, 2011
Oct 08, 2011
Needful Things
King's book about objects that live (in infamy).
Jan 1986
Jun 04, 2010
Rose Madder
One of my favorite King books, although I don't enjoy horror as much as when I was younger. I grew up with one of those paintings with a lady sitting...more
Jan 18, 2011
Nov 14, 2010
Having finished Blindness, I shelved it as horror because of all the shock, misery and fear a world of sudden blindness brings and, for this reader, t...more
Dec 02, 2010
Oct 30, 2010
Blood Brothers (Sign of Seven, #1)
Blood Brothers is the first in the Sign of 7 trilogy. This first book focuses on gathering the forces for good that will later challenge the monster....more
Dec 12, 2011
Oct 30, 2010
Me & Emma
Reading this book was like bathing with sandpaper. Abuse of children is not entertainment to me; that said, awareness may cause some neighbor to drop...more
Mar 04, 2011
Oct 30, 2010
The Shining (The Shining #1)
My all-time favorite King book, The Shining was so scary that just when I was holding my breath from fear, Johnny would utter something so FUNNY that...more
Jan 1978
Jun 04, 2010
Penney-Wise the Clown turned my whole family against clowns for years. King's knack for using children in his stories to scare the puddin' out of his...more
Jan 1985
Jun 04, 2010
Everything's Eventual: 14 Dark Tales
We all know King's writing uphold's his name, but I like big books; short stories--not so much
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Jun 04, 2010
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Aug 06, 2010
Skeleton Crew
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Jun 04, 2010
The Bachman Books
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Jun 04, 2010
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