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Re: Stephen King
« Reply #30 on: November 25, 2014, 10:36:47 AM »
I'm a big fan of his work, and I can say that some of his books are boring, bust some make you feel goose bumb on your back. But this's the Steaphen King charm that you ce find variety of styles and emotions in his books  ;)
Je?li si? chce co? znale??, trzeba po prostu szuka? (…). Rzeczywi?cie, kto szuka, ten najcz??ciej co? znajduje, niestety czasem zgo?a nie to, czego mu potrzeba.

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Re: Stephen King
« Reply #31 on: December 01, 2014, 07:01:39 PM »
I read everything up through a certain point in the 90's then just stuck with his short fiction and the Dark Tower series works (and probably others here and there). 

Have gone back and picked up some of his stuff to fill in those gaps.  Some of the 80's stuff is hit or miss, but I have always felt that his style is very good - he does a great job at 'characters'. 

Still have to read a couple more of the recent ones - Mr. Mercedes and Revival.  11/22/63 was great.  Under the Dome is nothing like the tv show (what little I watched, couldn't get into it).

 

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