Author Topic: Steven King's The Stand  (Read 14809 times)

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Steven King's The Stand
« on: October 26, 2011, 07:31:59 PM »
I have been reading The Stand since Mick and I left for Arizona.  I'm not finished yet but more than halfway through.  It is interesting enough that I would read more of Steven King.  I had a friend in High School who had every book King wrote and could tell you what edition it was too.  At the time, I thought is crazy to be so wrapped up in one author if a person was such an avid reader.  Since then, I can see it is possible and at such a young age (back then, so long ago), more likely.

At this time in my life, I find myself wanting to read faster so I can read more books and different authors, and I can see there just isn't enough time.  I enjoy it when Mick tells me about the books he is reading.  It is a way for me to get information about other authors.  That's how I found Lee Child's.

Books are NOT for the birds...  <:><< d:)==*Y <:><< <:><<
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