About the book:
Author: Stephen King
Publisher: Viking Books; Open Market Ed edition
Publish date: October 1994
Pages: 832 eBook pages can be different
Genres: Horror, Fantasy novel
This has to be one of King’s most misinterpreted and undervalued works. When I first read this in 1994, I was in my early 20’s and didn’t really connect with the mature characters of this book. Now in my 30’s, and not being as lively-eyed and profuse chased, I recently dusted off my hardcover and re-read this.
In my opinion this has to rank among the finest King has done. Do not be fooled into thinking there is an extensive tirade about the abortion issue. King fills both sides of the argument with good and bad people. If anything, King’s message is probably “leave it alone” which I guess can be understood that he supports women’s choice, but he really doesn’t intimidate his views through his book. I do think you have to be of a certain age to bond with the characters. Younger readers may not escalate all the tones regarding growing old that King expresses in this book.
More importantly, though, my 2nd reading has made me realize how associated this book is with The Dark Tower series King is concluding this year. This might well be considered an auxiliary Dark Tower book, as The Talisman, Black House, and The Stand and now ‘Salem’s Lot (for Father Callahan) are.
Give this book a read. It isn’t horror as such, as most of King’s books aren’t in the sternest meaning of the horror genre. It is a well written book developed with characters you will be concerned about for the duration of the book (and after!).
This book is not for everyone. For one it’s over 700 pages long. Another reason is that it deals with what some people say is agonizing topics: abortion, mental ailment, domestic abuse and the hereafter and possible alternate worlds.
One more reason why this book is exceptional and different from other books is that the hero is a regular Joe who happens to be in his 70’s!
I adored this book. It took my mind to a place where few books can take me. I was not here reading the book-I was in Derry, Maine with Ralph and Lois and Bill. The cute Natalie and her mother Helen. The crazy Ed and the 3 little bald headed doctors: Clotho, Lacheses and the horrible Atropos.
Walk beside with these characters as they fight each other and themselves through hard, crazy times and insomnia. And always be conscious of the Crimson King!
I fully enjoyed it and even better-off to be done with all my unanswered queries finally engrossed. If you’re looking for a fast and easy read I recommend that you pick up another book. The prose is not necessarily perplexing but it takes commitment and determination, not unlike the tribulations the main character takes.
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