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Jaime_Home

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So, from the ending we're hitting the paranormal/telecanies side of Stephen, Brody killed the nurse, he can change whats going on with the e-reader, knock the photo down, and turn water on, this first book will be what I was hoping for from the second, the way he doesn't talk to Bill says alot, we know we want him dead so I'm guessing he'll kill Bill with his mind.
 

Lord Tyrion

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I guess I may have misinterpreted the ending. I took it as Brady getting up and messing around in his room and bathroom. I read it again, and I can see how I might be wrong. Because the story strayed away from the supernatural this whole time with Hodges playing the slick detective, I didn't think the series would go there.
 

Jaime_Home

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No, he did it all with his mind like the turing on the errader. Moving thebPhoto mum moving etc thats made vey ckear hes got this abilities much eariler abd he used them
 

Ted Brautigan

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I guess I may have misinterpreted the ending. I took it as Brady getting up and messing around in his room and bathroom. I read it again, and I can see how I might be wrong. Because the story strayed away from the supernatural this whole time with Hodges playing the slick detective, I didn't think the series would go there.
that's how i viewed it also and never thought differently until i came on here!
 
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Yeah, so things are moving without Brady physically touching them, but is it Brady in there?
Doesn't King allude to W.P. Blatty's The Exorcist when the picture falls and Hodges asks if Brady did it. Is it Brady in his mind and body or someone (thing) else?
If it is Brady in there, is he just waiting inside his mind, like Norman Bates at the end of Psycho, to find the strength and right time to come alive?
If Brady has telekinesis like powers, then who do you think can "Shine" back and fight him? Bill has a "feeling" Brady is still a danger and his hunches are what makes him a good detective, but are not really ESP related. Or are they?
 

KING-OLE

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Mar 4, 2009
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Getting ready to start EoW, but for some reason, I can't recall the very ending of FK.

I seem to recall that Morris killed the store owner and that Pete and possibly Holly was there, and that a fire started, but can't recall (1) how the fire started, (2) who died in the fire, and (3) if the notebooks all burned.

Could someone help with a quick spoiler?

Thanks. :)
 
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AchtungBaby

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Dec 5, 2011
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Getting ready to start EoW, but for some reason, I can't recall the very ending of FK.

I seem to recall that Morris killed the store owner and that Pete and possibly Holly was there, and that a fire started, but can't recall (1) how the fire started, (2) who died in the fire, and (3) if the notebooks all burned.

Could someone help with a quick spoiler?

Thanks. :)
1. Pete was holding a lit match over the notebooks, threatening Morris, and accidentally dropped it when a noise startled him. The books immediately lit. 2. Morris died. The others survived. 3. Yes, they were all burned.
 
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Just finished EoW. The whole trilogy was one of the best I've ever read. Whoa!! SK can make the paranormal seem normal. Too bad EoW is the end, but revving up for some others right now. Don't ever stop writing.
 
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