Fan submitted reviews of Langoliers, The (Novella):|
Posted By: Anonymous - January 5th, 2013 11:52:34 am EST
Hi, Mr. King. In this story there a slight slip of common sense, I think. When people had been disappered from the plane, they left clocks and other stuff behind. Well they should left their clothes too, I belive. :). But I'd like the story, entourage is great. With respect to your job. BTW. in 22.11.63 I hoped you would give more details on who killed JFK, because this what interested everybody/
Posted By: PrisKilla - February 29th, 2012 9:04:16 am EST
Something weird happened to me when I finished reading this story... When I woke up the next mornig after finishing the last page, all my clocks and watch were broke! all of them have a different time! can you imagine how I felt? I really thought I was lost in time...
Posted By: Justin Shanahan Santos - September 19th, 2011 8:23:48 am EDT
What a fantastic Story! If I had the movie, I would rewatch it! This very spine chilling. :D
Posted By: Kinghead1978 - June 2nd, 2011 1:48:40 pm EDT
I am currently re-reading "Four Past Midnight" and am almost done with "The Langoliers". Much better than the movie. Of course, I even enjoyed "The Tommyknockers", so I pretty much love everything Stephen has written. Keep on going, Constant Writer:)
Posted By: Bguy85 - February 3rd, 2011 12:38:26 pm EST
I am in complete agreement with the previous post. "The Langoliers" really IS a masterpiece. What a story! I am impressed with the mini-series adaptation because it was very faithful to the novella. However, to get the full effect of "The Langoliers," you MUST read it, not watch it.
Posted By: Anonymous - January 25th, 2011 7:14:26 pm EST
A masterpiece! Stephen King never disappoint.
Posted By: Random Fan - September 19th, 2009 1:45:31 pm EDT
This is my favorite story written by Stephen King. It always creeps me out how Mr. Toomy Dies.I have read it four times now and I don't think I ever will get used to it.
Posted By: Constant Reader - January 21st, 2009 12:44:19 pm EST
Unfortunately I did not read this book, but I watched the movie. I hate when that happens. I would much rather read the book first. But the movie was really good, so I bet the book is even better and I will read it someday. Thanks again for the great story.