That was my experience, too. At fifteen I just wanted to read the roadkill/body count. When I read it as an adult I appreciated it more and really liked Dennis Guilder's narrative voice. Even though it changes POV mid-book, I don't think it's the terrible flaw that King makes it out to be. It works, I think. The "love triangle" was clever, too. When the reader realizesI am rereading Christine at the moment, I last read it when I was in my teens (I am 38 now).
I never really rated it as one of his best, but really enjoying it this time around! Gonna pick up the movie to watch after I have finished it too!
leigh was awesome i love Leigh. not sure if its because of Alexandra Paul in the movie but i liked Leigh. and she was needed in the plot pointChristine is one of my absolute favorites.
All those wonderful songs.
I think I enjoyed that as much as I enjoyed the story itself; finding out what song would head the next chapter and working the lyric into my perception of what was happening to Arnie and Dennis and that annoying girl.