Who is your FAVORITE King character?

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Ndupont39

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Pennywise!! Of course I'm very new to Stephen King and novels in general just because of my ADHD but since I'm giving it a shot and my favorites subject when watching movies is horror, comedy, sci-fi, psychological thrillers and just being creeped out in general but not in a two uncomfortable way. I do have my limits.
 

Ndupont39

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Favourite protagonist: tie between Roland Deschain and Stu Redman.

Favourite villain: tie between Randall Flagg and Pennywise the-goddamn-reason-I-still-hate-walking-past-sewers-or-gutters Clown.

You know this probably doesn't make any difference but I do know that there is a difference between a sewer and I gutter and it really depends on the city but gutters usually just take rain water and dumps it into the nearest water reservoir and sewer water in developed world at least goes to treatment plants to get treated and then returned to the environment or returned into the local water system after being heavily treated but Derry is an Old Town so obviously the old Derry sewer map is all sewer and it even appears that the new system brings all water back to the Barron's and they probably don't have a water treatment plant but I'm sure that they get their water from a well and then pump it up into a water tower and then let gravity do the rest but I'm getting way too much into the subject matter that nobody really cares about LOL I just know that sewers and gutters aren't always carrying the same water. I live in New Orleans and it's difficult sometimes to clean say your paint brush and tools anywhere near a gutter because it drains straight into the lake and all the nasty stuff goes to a treatment plant first so we're not polluting our ecosystem but from what I know there are unused parts of the Derry sewer and being in New England it's very very old. They did a pretty good job in the movie with the sewers but if you were in a real sewer there would be thousands of roaches and rats everywhere of which I think would be horrible. Maybe not my worst fear but having cockroaches falling all over you & crawling all over you and rats scampering passed you walking on your feet nipping at you it's creepy enough and why Stephen King is such a great writer because he brings you to the places where you just don't want to go but he makes it so much fun that you go anyways. MOO HAA HA HA HAA HAAAA!!!
 
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