Pdf/E–pub The Stand


  • Paperback
  • 929
  • The Stand
  • Stephen King
  • Italian
  • 09 April 2020
  • 9788845246005

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The Stand

Review The Stand The Stand Free read ↠ 2 Stephen King à 2 Read & download Ha pubblicato una prima versione di uesto romanzo; dopo oltre dieci anni l'autore lo presenta per la prima volta restituito alle forme e alla lunghezza originali riscrivendo di fatto il romanzo per una nuova generazione di lettori e sviluppando a ruota libera la sua titanica impresa narrativ. Wow So I have had this awesome paperback door stopper for some time Gift from friend I decided to get the audio through the library and of course now I have added it to my Audible wishlist The narration is freaking awesome The whole damn book is freaking awesome The thing is I didn t think I would like it because I barely remember the movie and am not sure I liked it That was a long time ago and who the hell knows I m just extremely happy I finally read it Yeah It s long but most books I read or listen to are so that s neither here nor there I just loved reading about all of the people and events And I did laugh at times YES scary stories do have some comedy at times Lol Anyhoo enjoy peeps Happy Reading Mel

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Review The Stand The Stand Free read ↠ 2 Stephen King à 2 Read & download L'errore di un computer l'incoscienza di pochi uomini e si scatena la fine del mondo Il morbo sfuggito a un segretissimo laboratorio semina morte e terrore Il novantanove per cento della popolazione della terra non sopravvive all'apocalittica epidemia e per i pochi scampati c'è una guerra a. Dear StephenI m sorry I just don t like you in that way I know we ve been friends for a long time but I just never developed those kind of feelings for you even after eleven hundred pages I feel like we only moved forward in fits and stops and we were just never able to sustain a kind of even handed development of the kind of chills and thrills a person really likes Shock someone enough times with snot running out of their nose and it just becomes a little meaningless And there are only so many ways to view a dead body before one gets kind of numb instead of apprehensive Using the journal device to move things forward seems a little crude when what we really need to do is talk I have to confess I ve felt kind of uncomfortable watching you struggle with religion and spirituality You sparked my interest when you posited that this might be the battle between the age of reason and that of irrationalism and the dark man was the last vestige of doomed rationalism I thought for a few minutes we were headed somewhere really special but you didn t seem very confident and the theme fell apart I will say there were a few surprises along the way which I found pleasant I appreciate you avoiding the obvious character arcs especially when it comes to redemption I was glad to meet most of your friends especially JoeLeo Stu and even Kojak Your military friends bored me out though especially Starkey I don t even get why you like spending any time with those guys Such a bunch of fossils I do have to say I was really impressed with how you must have studied disease modelling and progression I almost felt like was thereSometimes I get the feeling that you don t really see me as a person just a baby maker You even have an extended solilouy about it as if I wasn t even here reading your words It bothers me because you took the time to develop nuanced male relationships Larry Stu Lloyd but the women were about reproducing or were cannon fodder Since you allowed technology to remain I m not going to buy into your lowest most functional society mentality no matter how many sociological theories you throw at me And then there s the elderly black woman as representation of all that s spiritual Perhaps even Mother Earth If I m rolling my eyes it s because it s another aspect of compartmentalizing women as either maiden matron or crone and people of color as closer to Godsbeing savage and all as you so helpfully illustrate in your The Circle Closes afterward Honestly it s kind of juvenile and a little disappointing when I know you are capable of so much It s time for me to move on I m sure you ll find someone special eventually Stephen because you are such a really great guy And so unusual tooWith Three StarsYour Friend AlwaysCross posted at

Review The Stand

Review The Stand The Stand Free read ↠ 2 Stephen King à 2 Read & download Ncora tutta da combattere una lotta eterna e fatale tra chi ha deciso di seguire il Bene e appoggiarsi alle fragili spalle di Mother Abagail la veggente ultracentenaria e chi invece ha scelto di calcare le orme di Randall il Senza Volto il Male il Signore delle Tenebre Nel 1978 Stephen King. I loved this book I read the uncut version years back when I lived in the States maybe in 2002 I loved everything about it except the ending I m a big fan of Stephen King and have 23 of his books on my shelf Stephen King can only write a good ending to a book by chance That said the first 95% of his books is generally so good that I can forgive the endingOne of the things I like best about King s writing is the way he breathes life into characters and every day settings For a horror writer this is crucial You have to make everything utterly believable so that when the monster comes and the stakes are raised the reader feels it s all real and cares about what s at stake The short story The Body on which the film Stand By Me is based is a great example of King s genius at making complicated flawed awkward real charactersAnyway The Stand is not typical King as the main core of it is an apocalypse and the super natural horror element is rather secondary and low key for most of the story The apocalypse is a believable one a flu pandemic with a mortality rate so high that only a tiny fraction of the population survives King tears the world down in terrifying slow motion and playing on our fears of pandemics it is at once horrifying touching and fascinating King is great at slowly pulling everyday reality apartThe cast of characters who survive this catastrophe is sizeable diverse and interesting A pyromaniac with an array of mental issues a man with learning disabilities a singer who was in the act breaking big others ordinary but no less fascinating under pressureThe literary institutions of this world sniff at horror writers as much as they do fantasy writers but I find King s prose and insights into the human condition to be as powerful as those in many of the plodding works of literary fiction I ve read Readers often don t notice it because it s not what they came for But King is interested in people and how pressure acts on them No one can tell what goes on in between the person you were and the person you become No one can chart that blue and lonely section of hell There are no maps of the change You just come out the other side Or you don t King shows us the inception of the disaster plots its course through his scattered and varied cast and slowly brings those actors together into two communities in the aftermathThe two communities we focus on centre on the supernatural aspect of the book one of them is home to the good folk and the other to the bad The bad camp is ruled over by Randal Flagg who roams through the pages of uite a few of King s books The Dark Tower in particularThe book concludes with the fight between these two camps and ultimately the ending was a touch unsatisfying for me though not awful by any means The journey to that ending however was a fascinating thrill ride and well worth the price of entryIf you ve not tried Stephen King before then this is a fine place to jump in be warned though it is perhaps the longest of his books with a page count to rival GRRM at his most long winded Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes