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by DrBones on April 6, 2007

The way that Stephen King can juggle twenty of more different stories, characters, and ideas in a book and them tie them all together for a captivating outcome is astonishing. Some of his books take on so many directions that it almost seems impossible to have one ending that includes everybody mentioned. But just like the Stand, he pulls it off again. This book follows a whole town (sometimes the surrounding county as well) as they are affected by something found in the woods, and start changing into more than humans. The book is a clever idea made only better by the mant characters used to develop and bring the idea to life. It never stops moving forward with each one of the towns folk or outside influences playing an integral part in keeping you on the edge of your seat. The history thrown in, real or not, is fum as well.
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