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Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King
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Jan 25, 11

bookshelves: gothic-or-horror

There's no going trought life unscatched. You will be making decisions and those will affect your life for worse or better. There's no fixing what has been done. Life is a song. And you don't get to rehearse it. I intensily disliked my first Stephen King's book. But I crossed my fingers and gave this one a shot. What? It was all alone in the shelf. It looked like it needed a friend. I don't regret it. I like it. Why! I like it very much. I grew up reading Edgar Allan Poe. And so I am used to the macabre kind of horror. Dolores Clairborne delivers a more down to earth horror. It shows the ugly side of life. And, by the way, that's the biggest side of it too. Some parts were kinda ultra violent but surprisingly I found them to be very entertainment. However, I still find Stephen King's writing to be dry. Dry? What's that supposed to mean? Don't ask poor little me. It's the best word to describe it thought.
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