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!redruM

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Not meant for discussing the book (I'm only 14 pages in, don't ruin it!), just passing by and saving others the problems I faced looking for this book (thanks again, Ms Mod!).
The Adobe PDF files are available here on SKing's official website:
StephenKing.com - Plant: Zenith Rising, The
I'm viewing it on my Android phone, but you can also view it on your Apple products and/or computer, assuming you have the correct software.
Enjoy! :)
 

flipska19

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Jul 18, 2014
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Not meant for discussing the book (I'm only 14 pages in, don't ruin it!), just passing by and saving others the problems I faced looking for this book (thanks again, Ms Mod!).
The Adobe PDF files are available here on SKing's official website:
StephenKing.com - Plant: Zenith Rising, The
I'm viewing it on my Android phone, but you can also view it on your Apple products and/or computer, assuming you have the correct software.
Enjoy! :)

The link you provided no longer works, but I found an alternate one.

StephenKing.com - The Plant: Zenith Rising
 

highland.hermit

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Jun 23, 2012
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Ive finally got around to downloading the files to my desktop to be able to read while im at the computer. Im looking forward to reading it, even if it is incomplete. then i will spend my living days moaning about it much like i do with the cancelled tv series carnivale.
but anyway, ive not read it yet and im already wishfully hoping Mr King will decide to conclude the story.
 

wolfphoenix

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Ive finally got around to downloading the files to my desktop to be able to read while im at the computer. Im looking forward to reading it, even if it is incomplete. then i will spend my living days moaning about it much like i do with the cancelled tv series carnivale.
but anyway, ive not read it yet and im already wishfully hoping Mr King will decide to conclude the story.
"Carnivale" was great! I miss it too. I can't remember the creator's name, but I remember reading that Stephen King and David Lynch inspired him.
 

highland.hermit

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Jun 23, 2012
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yeah, it peeves me off no end, when excellent shows like carnivale get cancelled but not crap like once upon a time. urgh, i endured 4 episodes of that whiney drivel and i wanted my time back.
the sickening thing is about carnivale is the tv channel had bought the rights to the show, and then decided they didnt want to continue with it. and from what ive read and picked up online the guy who created and wrote the series had it all played out in his head but had to adapt it to conclude early and he was unable to take the story to its true conclusion in bookform as a novel or just the script.

i dont know how much of that is true but if it is true it really sucks.