Stephen King - Dark Tower
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I've never actually read the Dark Tower series by Stephen King, but these graphic novels based on his stories are just fantastic. Some of the most beautiful artwork I've ever seen in comic form, too.
THE DARK TOWER SERIES Steven King's "magnum opus." A combination of The Lord of the Rings and The Good the Bad and the Ugly. This series is made up of seven books and many more short stories and graphic novels. It also has ties to almost every other piece of writing King has put out there.
The Dark Tower On Netflix? - Its been a long, arduous road for the adaptation of Stephen Kings epic The Dark Tower series. Universal initially had the rights but pulled the plug on director Ron Howard and producer Brian Grazer after they saw the price tag. Enter Warner Bros. Things were close to happening with...
Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born - comic book prequel to The Gunslinger overseen by Stephen King Best sci if series with a uncomfortable twist. One of my favorite series ever.
Gunslinger Roland from the Dark Tower series. My boyfriend got me this poster and it looks awesome!
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Hearts in Atlantis - Stephen King I am not usually a fan of Stephen King, but this book I read in like a day and a half.
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"Hearts in Atlantis" by Stephen King - "Hearts can break. Yes, hearts can break. Sometimes I think it would be better if we died when they did, but we don't."
Blind Willie~Novella by Stephen King in the "Hearts of Atlantis" book. It was first published in the limited edition, "Six Stories, and was edited to be included in "Hearts in Atlantis," the story is expanded to explain that Blind Willie was one of the boys who tormented Bobby Garfield and his friends Carol and "Sully" from "Low Men in Yellow Coats." ~Details cited from stephenking.com
Hearts in Atlantis--only Stephen King book I've really cared about, as I'm not into horror. But this is more sci-fi in the vein of Ray Bradbury, whose work I love!
Hearts in Atlantis Author:Stephen King Publisher:New York : Scribner, ©1999. Edition/Format: Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats Summary:A collection of stories, several on group behavior. The story, Low Men in Yellow Coats, deals with the way group behavior can affect people for the worse, the title story is on a college woman who saves a fellow student from such behavior, while in Blind Willie a man atones for group behavior in the Vietnam War.
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Stephen King - Hearts In Atlantis - on my summer reading list
Possibly my favorite book of all time.
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Re-read a favorite book, or give a confounding one a second try. There will be new revelations. "Good books don't give up all their secrets at once." ~ Stephen King #quote #mystery #detective
Stephen King quote. And that advice should be heeded by other genres than the one King writes in! Thanks to Irene Gonzalex for this!
Be patient and wait for it... "Good books don't give up all their secrets at once." ~ Stephen King #quote #mystery #detective
Stephen King book quote: Good books don't give up all their secrets at once.
"Good books don’t give up all their secrets at once." - Stephen King
Love this quote from Stephen King. So true! #bookworm #goodreads
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Health concerns about cellphone radiation won't go away
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I read this out on a bench in my woods while home sick. It was quiet, calm, beautiful . . . and I looked up several times thinking how odd it was to be reading Stephen King in this peaceful setting! (Good book.)
Cell - Stephen King books. I did a book project on this my junior year of high school. Teacher thought I was nuts
"Cell" is an apocalyptic horror novel published by American author Stephen King in 2006. An excerpt was published in the January 24, 2006 issue of Entertainment Weekly. The story follows a New England artist struggling to reunite with his young son after a mysterious signal broadcast over the global cell phone network turns the majority of his fellow humans into mindless vicious animals.
Stephen King - Cell. Another 'zombie' book? Not this time. Another 'King' book, yep! <3
Cell - Stephen King - One of my favorite books EVER. Scary as hell.
Cell - Stephen King. I always like Stephen. He can tell a story.
Cell - Stephen King...one of my favorites!!
I finished Cell by Stephen King a couple of weeks ago. Before I even picked up this book, I heard all sorts of bad reviews for Cell. After reading it, I can say that most of the bad reviews are greatly exaggerated. I liked the book. It wasn't his greatest masterpiece but it was an enjoyable read. I grade Cell by Stephen King a 'B'. Summary of Cell: In Boston, Clayton Riddell, a graphic comic artist, observes people on cell phones simultaneously transform into violent, mindless 'zombies' that physically assault and try to kill each other. Clay has an estranged wife and son and he wonders if they have been affected. In the book, Clay, along with with Tom McCourt, a middle aged man, and Alice Maxwell, a teenage girl, travel to Kent Pond, Vermont, to find the status of his wife and son. Along the way, the trio meet others: a professor and a boy at a school, some punks traveling fast in a car through ruined streets, and others. I thought the writing was pretty good. The action started immediately at the beginning of the book. The only characters that were really developed were Clay, Tom and Alice. I especially liked the character of Alice; her development was enjoyable (and at times really sad). Stephen King's view of man as intrinsically bad is interesting. It reminded me of John Calvin's view of total depravity, a man, deep down inside, is essentially evil and selfish; there are good parts of man but there are no parts of man that is untouched by sin. I can see why people didn't like the story. It doesn't answer the questions that similar novel will answer (usually tritely). This book is novel length but it feels more like a short story, more of a slice of life story. There can be much more to the novel, all the questions can be answered but the story essentially is complete where King ends it. I didn't mind the ending. I thought that it was melancholically appropriate. The pacing the book was faster in this book than most Stephen King books. He got right to the action. The writing I thought was good. The characters that were developed where developed well but there were a lot of characters that came and went. I love the personality pictures that King creates. I especially liked the picture of the professor and the boy surviving on their own at the school surrounded by killer zombies. Overall, I thought the book was good. I enjoyed reading it. It wasn't a masterpiece like the Stand but I don't think that it was meant to be. I think that King wanted to write a medium to short length novel about zombies that was interesting to read and I think that he achieved his goal. I grade this book a B. :)
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Oh goodness! this was an amazing book. Read it right after reading Gerald's Game. It leaves an impression.
Dolores Claiborne is a 1992 psychological thriller novel. The novel is narrated by the title character. Atypically for a King novel, it has no chapters, double-spacing between paragraphs, or other section breaks; thus the text is a single continuous narrative which reads like the transcription of a spoken monologue. It was the best selling novel of 1992 in the United States.
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"Speaking personally, you can have my gun, but you'll take my book when you pry my cold, dead fingers off the binding." - Stephen King #quotes #writing #reading *
a fun Stephen King quote. All leaders are great readers. Keep reading, studying and growing. - james arthur ray #stephenking http;//www.jamesarthurray
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Stephen King quote. If only the whole world thought this way.
"You'll take my book when..." - Fun Stephen King quote.
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Then why give up the gun, Stephen?
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another good example of a book being SO MUCH BETTER than the movie adaptation! which was good... but the book was incredible!!
* * >YEP.THE BOOK WAS/IS INCREDIBLE. THE ADAPTION TO THE DVD WASN'T TOO BAD. AN OLD NAAZI INCOGNITO AND A YOUNG BOY, WITH A LESSON ON HOW EVIL CAN INFLUENCE THE MIND.
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Chris told me to watch this movie & I LOVED IT! can't wait to read the book
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Number 5 of the Dark Tower series brings us ever closer to the ultimate conclusion that Stephen King fans thought might never come.
Wolves of the Calla / Stephen King. Roland, the Last Gunslinger and survivor of a civilized world that has "moved on," seeks to reach and perhaps save the Dark Tower, which stands at the center of everywhere and everywhen. This pursuit brings Roland to a town in the shadow of Thunderclap, beyond which lies the Dark Tower. Before advancing, they must face the evil wolves of Thunderclap. Fic/King, S.
Dark Tower V: The Wolves of the Calla - Stephen King "After escaping the perilous wreckage of Blaine and eluding the evil clutches of sorcerer Randall Flagg, The ka-tet find themselves back on the path of the Beam. Here they are approached by folk of Calla Bryn Sturgis, who need the kind of help that only gunslingers can give. If the tet agrees to help, Father Callahan promises to give them Black Thirteen. Meanwhile, in the NYC of 1977, the Sombra Corporation plots to destroy the lot."
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perhaps the series that kept me the longest. If ever I get another tattoo it will be inspired in a small way by this book.
One of my all time favorites