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May 8, 2018
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#1
I stumbled upon this message board completely by accident. I was overjoyed to find so many of my SK lovin’ tribe congregated in one place.

I’ve been reading SK for so long, I honestly can’t remember the first book I read...may have been Pet Sematary or it may have been another book out in that time frame.

Recently, I’ve started listening to the audiobooks. There’s a strange twist to that...I work nights and wound up learning the hard way that King books are probably not the best thing to listen to prior to dreaming. After a week of truly vivid nightmares while falling asleep to It, I switched over to a lighter and more upbeat author.

All time favorites? Mixture of novel and novella
-The Dark Tower series (hands down top of the list)
-The Stand
-The Long Walk
-Rage
-Pet Sematary
-Dr. Sleep
-Insomnia
-It

There’s a bunch more but those were the titles that first came to mind.

In short, ayup.
 

Neesy

#1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side
May 24, 2012
57,465
212,929
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
#7
I stumbled upon this message board completely by accident. I was overjoyed to find so many of my SK lovin’ tribe congregated in one place.

I’ve been reading SK for so long, I honestly can’t remember the first book I read...may have been Pet Sematary or it may have been another book out in that time frame.

Recently, I’ve started listening to the audiobooks. There’s a strange twist to that...I work nights and wound up learning the hard way that King books are probably not the best thing to listen to prior to dreaming. After a week of truly vivid nightmares while falling asleep to It, I switched over to a lighter and more upbeat author.

All time favorites? Mixture of novel and novella
-The Dark Tower series (hands down top of the list)
-The Stand
-The Long Walk
-Rage
-Pet Sematary
-Dr. Sleep
-Insomnia
-It

There’s a bunch more but those were the titles that first came to mind.

In short, ayup.
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Have you read 11/22/63 yet? That's a good one.
 

Neesy

#1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side
May 24, 2012
57,465
212,929
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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osnafrank

Well-Known Member
Jan 24, 2017
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Germany
#13
I stumbled upon this message board completely by accident. I was overjoyed to find so many of my SK lovin’ tribe congregated in one place.

I’ve been reading SK for so long, I honestly can’t remember the first book I read...may have been Pet Sematary or it may have been another book out in that time frame.

Recently, I’ve started listening to the audiobooks. There’s a strange twist to that...I work nights and wound up learning the hard way that King books are probably not the best thing to listen to prior to dreaming. After a week of truly vivid nightmares while falling asleep to It, I switched over to a lighter and more upbeat author.

All time favorites? Mixture of novel and novella
-The Dark Tower series (hands down top of the list)
-The Stand
-The Long Walk
-Rage
-Pet Sematary
-Dr. Sleep
-Insomnia
-It

There’s a bunch more but those were the titles that first came to mind.

In short, ayup.
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