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    Originally posted by frik51 View Post
    That is such a shame!
    BoB is in Tom's top 10, it's in my top 5.
    I LOVE and ADORE that book, right from page one.
    But I can see your point, though, it's one of King's strangest books and it does take awhile to get into it.
    I do hope you'll give it another try sometime.

    Oh, and it's King's favorite Kingbook!


    sk
    BoB or Lisey's Story? Because he was talking about Lisey's Story, while you mention BoB....

    Speaking of BoB I wonder how the movie/miniseries they are making will turn out...

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      Originally posted by peteOcha View Post
      BoB or Lisey's Story? Because he was talking about Lisey's Story, while you mention BoB....
      Oops...my mistake.
      I meant Lisey's Story.

      sk

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          Lisey's Story is #5 in my list of favorite King books!
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            Originally posted by srboone View Post
            Lisey's Story is #5 in my list of favorite King books!
            Same here even though I found it hard to get in to in the early parts
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              Yup thats true, but i have had that with other King books like IT for example.

              Oh and i decided to read 'The Bachman' books

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                  Originally posted by Tito_Villa View Post
                  Oh and i decided to read 'The Bachman' books
                  I assume you're referring to the four early novels?
                  Tom, what kept you?
                  They are amazing books, especially Rage and The Long Walk.

                  Enjoy!

                  sk

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                    I decided to give Koontz another go.
                    So far, so good:

                    What the Night Knows

                    sk
                    Last edited by frik51; 07-08-2011, 11:45 PM.

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                      Originally posted by frik51 View Post
                      I decided to give Koontz another go.
                      So far, so good:

                      What the Night Knows

                      sk
                      It's good, huh? I was thinking about buying a signed edition of a Koontz book since I don't believe I've ever had one. I saw this I think on VJ Books just tonight.

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                        Originally posted by frik51 View Post
                        I assume you're referring to the four early novels?
                        Tom, what kept you?
                        They are amazing books, especially Rage and The Long Walk.

                        Enjoy!

                        sk
                        Yup thats right, argh its the problem of so many books to read & so little time. But i have almost finished Rage and its great so far!

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                          Originally posted by frik51 View Post
                          I assume you're referring to the four early novels?
                          Tom, what kept you?
                          They are amazing books, especially Rage and The Long Walk.

                          Enjoy!

                          sk
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                              Originally posted by theenormityofitall View Post
                              It's good, huh?
                              It's ok. I think I know where Koontz is going with this book and that's not a good sign, as usually I'm way behind the author.
                              Oh well, it has been years since I read a Koontz novel, I'm sure I'll finish it.

                              sk

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