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  • Mary Waldeck

    Epic. Vintage Stephen King. My all time favorite Stephen King book.

  • Abel Alvarez

    Stephen King's The Stand is one of my all time favorite books. Incredible apocalyptic fiction. For many years (25 years or so) King was my favorite writer. For a few years he seemed to coast on his fame. Lately he has been trying harder:)

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