Stephen King Message Board
Roger posts on 9/11/2005 7:03:00 PM
My Son was reassigned to a class that read this over the summer. The teacher has given him until 9-13 to read the book and catch up, I'm looking for chapter summeries in an effort to avoid my Son getting too discouraged too soon in the class. If you have good knowledge of this book, please consider helping a this kid.
A Sincere thank you from a Dad thats trying.
MARIA DULL posts on 9/8/2005 2:11:51 PM
I HAVE THE BOOK AND IF YOU WANT ILL END IT..YOU WONT BE AVLE TO PUT IT DOWN..ITS AWSOME DONT SEE THE MOVIE HAS NOTHING TO REALLY DO WITH THE RIMBAURS OR RED ROSE AS THE BOOK DOES..just e-mail me above
CHRIS posts on 7/23/2005 7:35:01 AM
Hi all, just spotted this site, thought it would be worth posting a message. I've read 95% of King's work, and love it all, especially the short stories, and in particular the ballad of the flexible bullet, 1408, survivor type, mrs todd's shortcut. Out of the bachman books, the long walk is a particular favourite of mine, read it a few times now, love it. Hearts in atlantis is genius. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the glass floor? Searched everywhere but to no avail. Does anyone know of a website where I can read it? that's all for now, back soon. All the best, chris.
Charlie Silent posts on 7/20/2005 8:57:02 PM
Have you people read the book Dark Tower III The Waste Land? Well Charlie the Choo Choo sacres me.
jon posts on 7/20/2005 12:55:00 AM
Name the characters in the story and label those who were the most important in 'salem's lot
Shannon posts on 6/30/2005 4:30:07 AM
I have the movie "Rose Red" and just got done reading the book. I also live in the state of Washington, but never made it to Seattle to actually check Rose Red out. I missed the t.v. show that Joyce Reardon was to be on and go on an expedition. Has anyone seen it? I know it's been a few years ago. I've looked all over the web to see if I could view it and have had no such luck.
Laura posts on 6/19/2005 10:49:34 PM
This may sound stupid, but at the end of "The Sun Dog", where the printer prints out that threat thing, is it real or a joke the kid played on his dad? Can something explain what they think?
Lopez posts on 6/8/2005 1:26:28 PM
Ok I have been posting alot of messages but I still need help. I have been going to the library and I ordered this book, but it turns out no one put it in the computer. So I have been waiting for nothing. I am afraid that they will not find a copy, so if they dont where could I look? I have wanted to read this book for over three weeks. I have also checked in Barns and Noble and Walden books in the mall. Can anyone help me?
PLEASE WRITE BACK SOON!!!!
H posts on 6/7/2005 6:17:09 PM
If no one has already informed you- Pet Sematary is without question my favorite SK book. I read it when I was about thirteen and have read it at least every three years since- I am thirty five. This book will bring the hair up on the back of your next, break your heart and make you laugh out loud. It is funny, terrifying and disturbing on so many levels. Yes, true to SK's early fiction, it is gruesome. I found the movie to be one of the best and most accurate adaptations of his works (the Shining is the most)- but none of the gore is gratuitous- it is necessary, compelling and enchanting. Read "IT" if you have not, The Shining and even Bag of Bones is a thrill. Dark Half is great, eerie, Christine is sublime. For a psychological drama- Gerald's game is dark and disturbing. Enjoy
Lopez posts on 6/7/2005 1:12:32 PM
I have been trying to find this book but i can't. If anyone lives in the Boston area can you tell me were to look? I really need a book to read.
Thanks to anyone who can help
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