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chief4db

When it doubt, run!
Feb 11, 2015
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#25
I know this is minority but flagg was mine. Not cause I liked him but he was my favorite bc I knew whenever he was in the book it was some really good reading.
Check that. Being I'm fairly new probably going to change my favorite char from time to time. Mine is now Jake from the dark towers which I'm on book 2 page 44.
 

Pucker

We all have it coming, kid
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#31
Well . . . it's kind of a broad question.

The character I most enjoyed learning about as I went along was Harold, but by the end I actually had a lot of respect for Lloyd Henreid.

As for who I think would be coolest to "meet," that would probably be Glen Bateman (so long as heh brought his dog along).
 
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Doc Creed

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Nov 18, 2015
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#34
Nick Andros. I've never really considered why but maybe it was because he was an outsider. He was deaf but not a victim. He met every challenge he was faced with and ultimately even sacrificed his life to try to save the group.
Tom Cullen and Nick meeting in Oklahoma really touched my heart. I always saw him as a young Ralph Macchio from the Karate Kid. Noble and courageous.
Trashcan Man seemed so childlike and mysterious. Everytime I read it I'm startled at the great characterization. His encounter with The Kid is almost like a David Fincher film. Hilarious and really disturbing.
 
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Oct 16, 2016
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#40
Ugh but they are all so good! Just finished uncut version in a little over a month. I like
1. Flagg
2. Tom Cullen
3. Stu Redman
4. Larry Underwood
5. Glen Bateman

I wish I could meet Glen the most though. He's the one I would love to be friends with. Him or Stu.
 
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