How Stephen King’s Books Saved Me From Being a Literary Loser
I suppose it might be considered a spoiler to say who among these gargantuans wins its ultimate fight. The biggest loser is, without a doubt, the city of Boston, still reeling from its five-game knockout in the NBA playoffs, only to be flattened once again by a horde of giants.
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The Waste Lands
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Close Menu. I stopped to look for it and I found myself annoyed that it was gone. Did someone buy it? Then I realized it was just turned around. The back cover was facing me.
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So I picked it up. And read it. And I was hooked. And in that moment I threw away all of my lofty ideas about tackling the supposed greatest books in history and decided to simply tackle one book that looked like a good time. What a start to a book! Who is the Man in Black?
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Who is the gunslinger? Why are they in a desert?
Why is the Man in Black being chased? What does that even mean, really? Right now?