The Rennie's(possible spoiler)

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Nov 20, 2016
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Greatest father and son bad guy duo ever?

Also, as long as the book was, it came to a riveting and abrupt halt the last 100 pages or so. I absolutely loved it, but
I would've liked to see Big Jim make it out alive and have one more antagonist-protagonist meeting before finally dying, either unexpectedly or from a final crushing blow.

Anyways, as much as I hated Jim and Junior reading the book, they were fantastic characters. This is the only REALLY long Stephen King novel that kept me interested from cover to cover(The Stand and It were good, but I felt they drug along at some points).
 
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#2
Greatest father and son bad guy duo ever?

Also, as long as the book was, it came to a riveting and abrupt halt the last 100 pages or so. I absolutely loved it, but
I would've liked to see Big Jim make it out alive and have one more antagonist-protagonist meeting before finally dying, either unexpectedly or from a final crushing blow.

Anyways, as much as I hated Jim and Junior reading the book, they were fantastic characters. This is the only REALLY long Stephen King novel that kept me interested from cover to cover(The Stand and It were good, but I felt they drug along at some points).
...I would nominate the Merrill's......old fashioned hoodlums.....
 
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