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    Heather:
    Yes. I remember we had a very big King event here some (ten?) years ago, voting all kinds of thiings, an among them was
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    the best death of a character. I frantically voted The Dead Zone every time it advanced under this category. It was the best.

    That is why I think I disagree with St.Troy. The message is, very much like in The Stand, that
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    It is very Christian, by the way - if I do not hurt anyone's atheist feelings, that is

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    Btw St Troy, this morning there was a news flash here that there have already been 3 cases of rabies in my county in 2019

    Iím not sure how, but either you or your cujo post is responsible for this. I know it.

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    Still chugging along (a bit past halfway) through Straub's Ghost Story. Thoroughly enjoying this read. It's not the most action-packed novel, true, but it doesn't matter; it's like a master class in subtle, layered dread.
    That is not the good kind of "thick."

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    For those of you that read the Snowman....

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    Is the Mould guy... the next killer and I need to read the next book to learn more?
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    So I just finished The Strain a few nights ago and must say that I absolutely fucking loved it. Has anyone else around here already read it?
    I know I saw a negative opinion of it on here recently, so let me me rephrase my question: Has anyone else read it and liked it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girlystevedave View Post
    So I just finished The Strain a few nights ago and must say that I absolutely fucking loved it. Has anyone else around here already read it?
    I know I saw a negative opinion of it on here recently, so let me me rephrase my question: Has anyone else read it and liked it?
    Ha I think that was me. I really didn't enjoy his writing style. It felt choppy to me. That and I had seen the show so I knew what what was coming all theology book 1. Book 2 was meh and book 3 I gave up

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsmcmullen92 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Girlystevedave View Post
    So I just finished The Strain a few nights ago and must say that I absolutely fucking loved it. Has anyone else around here already read it?
    I know I saw a negative opinion of it on here recently, so let me me rephrase my question: Has anyone else read it and liked it?
    Ha I think that was me. I really didn't enjoy his writing style. It felt choppy to me. That and I had seen the show so I knew what what was coming all theology book 1. Book 2 was meh and book 3 I gave up

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    Was it you?
    And it's funny because I love his writing style. The only reason I even read The Strain was because I loved his writing in The Shape of Water.
    But, you know, if I had seen either of these before reading the books, I may have felt a lot different. Who knows.

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