I just finished Stephen King's 529 pages known as Bag of Bones. "A Haunted Love Story".
Of course SK is the King, at least in my mind, when it comes to horror, writing and leaving memories in my mind of the stories I've read.
My all time favorite book is Salem's Lot, which I read as a kid and it's the reason I became a fanpire.
But this book "Bag of Bones", started out slow, in my opinion. It could be that I was just too busy over the holidays to get sucked into the story but, like I said, it took me quite a while to get into it. But once I was hooked, I had to find out the story behind the story.
It was fun to get to know Mr. Noonan who was, like a lot of characters in SK's books, a writer. And I especially loved the refrigerator people. But the best part of all was the ending. It became a real page-turner that kept me up late into the night reading the fast-paced climax. And I loved how it didn't come out all wine and roses.
Now, I've just got to see the movie and compare the two.
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