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Eric Thompson

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I really liked this book. But one thing that has bugged me about this book is how they left things with Ellie. The last mention of her in the book was when her grandparents were trying to calm her down in Chicago as she is having nightmare that-based on the accuracy it has to what is going on with her parents-seem to be psychic in nature. I truly believe this book deserves a sequel that is focused on an adult version of Ellie. I don't have a particular storyline planned out, but she could possibly be returning to Ludlow in an attempt to see what happened to her parents. Perhaps she finds as how they were at the end of "Pet Sematary"-her father alive and her mother resurrected from the dead thanks to the Indian Burial Ground. That is only one potential idea. Point is, Ellie's story is one that deserves to be told. If Danny from "The Shining" can have his story continued in "Doctor Sleep", why can't something like that happen to Ellie?
 

Spideyman

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I really liked this book. But one thing that has bugged me about this book is how they left things with Ellie. The last mention of her in the book was when her grandparents were trying to calm her down in Chicago as she is having nightmare that-based on the accuracy it has to what is going on with her parents-seem to be psychic in nature. I truly believe this book deserves a sequel that is focused on an adult version of Ellie. I don't have a particular storyline planned out, but she could possibly be returning to Ludlow in an attempt to see what happened to her parents. Perhaps she finds as how they were at the end of "Pet Sematary"-her father alive and her mother resurrected from the dead thanks to the Indian Burial Ground. That is only one potential idea. Point is, Ellie's story is one that deserves to be told. If Danny from "The Shining" can have his story continued in "Doctor Sleep", why can't something like that happen to Ellie?
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Neesy

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May 24, 2012
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I really liked this book. But one thing that has bugged me about this book is how they left things with Ellie. The last mention of her in the book was when her grandparents were trying to calm her down in Chicago as she is having nightmare that-based on the accuracy it has to what is going on with her parents-seem to be psychic in nature. I truly believe this book deserves a sequel that is focused on an adult version of Ellie. I don't have a particular storyline planned out, but she could possibly be returning to Ludlow in an attempt to see what happened to her parents. Perhaps she finds as how they were at the end of "Pet Sematary"-her father alive and her mother resurrected from the dead thanks to the Indian Burial Ground. That is only one potential idea. Point is, Ellie's story is one that deserves to be told. If Danny from "The Shining" can have his story continued in "Doctor Sleep", why can't something like that happen to Ellie?
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