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Penguin, Aug 7, 1987 - Fiction - 1104 pages
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They were just kids when they stumbled upon the horror within their hometown. Now, as adults, none of them can withstand the force that has drawn them all back to Derry, Maine, to face the nightmare without end, and the evil without a name...


  

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But what wondrous writing and character development. - Goodreads
Really scary with a horrible ending. - weRead
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Boring. Basic King plot. - weRead
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User Review  - Courtney - Goodreads

Okay I had so much fun reading Misery that I've decided to give more of Stephen King a try. so I am willing to read this one and am adding it to my wish list for if my birthday or christmas comes ... Read full review

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User Review  - MP Johnson - Goodreads

Bloated And Brilliant This was my first Stephen King experience. It wasn't necessarily an easy read. Some of parts seemed to stretch on forever, but when the good stuff kicked in it was way worth it ... Read full review

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Contents

After the Festival 1984
Six Phone Calls 1985
THE FIRST INTERLUDE
JUNE OF 1958
Bill Denbrough Beats the Devil
A Tale from the Summer of 58
The Dam in the Barrens
Georgies Room and the House on Neibolt Street
The Apocalyptic Rockfight
The Album
The SmokeHole
Eddies Bad Break
The Death of Patrick Hockstetter
The Bullseye
THE FOURTH INTERLUDE
THE RITUAL OF CHÜD

Cleaning
THE SECOND INTERLUDE
GROWNUPS
Walking Tours
Three Uninvited Guests
THE THIRD INTERLUDE
JULY OF 1958
In the Watches of the Night
The Circle Closes
Underthe City
The Ritual of Chüd
THE LAST INTERLUDE
EPILOGUE
Copyright

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Stephen King, the world's bestselling novelist, was educated at the University of Maine at Orono. He lives with his wife, the novelist Tabitha King, and their children in Bangor, Maine.

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