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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Mile 81

    Quote Originally Posted by randallFlaggfan1 View Post
    Indeed, if THAT ever happens, God help us all! That'd be a VERY sad day, existence, etc...



    Well, there's certainly plentiful material: Mile 81, Ur, Blockade Billy, Morality, Under The Weather, Herman Waulk Is Still Alive, The Crate..
    Plus, as the beloved JD has said, "We can't forget about Sai King's poetry."

    (All things serve the Beam")
    I'd really like to see THE CRATE in an all King anthology. Maybe put WEEDS in there, too.

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    Mile 81 sounds like a cool story idea. I've been waiting for a new Stephen King horror story for awhile now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silhouette86 View Post
    Mile 81 sounds like a cool story idea. I've been waiting for a new Stephen King horror story for awhile now.
    Hi,

    It's not been THAT long surely?

    Good job you're not a Harper Lee fan.

    Long days and pleasant nights

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    As for the comments about eBooks and eReaders, I have to say I was skeptical until I bought one. I actually forget that I'm reading on an electronic device while reading! I hope that is a comfort to those who are also skeptical about eBooks!!! I pre-ordered Mile 81 yesterday and I can't wait to read it on my nook!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDalglish View Post
    Hi,

    It's not been THAT long surely?

    Good job you're not a Harper Lee fan.

    Long days and pleasant nights
    Or Salinger. Those are kind of similar stories.

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    I can't wait to read it on my nook!
    Hi, Casey-

    Neither can I!

    ("All things serve the Beam")

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    Default Re: Mile 81

    Maybe I'm crazy but Mile 81 sounds a little more interesting than 11/22/63

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    Seriously, El Superbeasto!?!

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    That would be hard for me to understand given the history of the author,I have no preconceived expectations other than "can't wait".

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    Am I the only one that can't seem to pre-order it? I've tried the Sony store, amazon, and borders and its all coming back with no results.

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