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    :radioactive: Four Past Midnight - Let's Discuss! ***Spoilers

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    Jean, you should start a thread for Four Past Midnight, I know you just re-read it. I can't believe we still don't have one!
    I've only re-read The Sun Dog, which is, sadly, often overlooked, eclipsed by the other three novelettes; I have found it amazing; in particular, incredibly well written. And, as you said, it's high time we had a thread for this wonderful collection.

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    This is one of my favorite King books, and one of the first of his I ever read. It's probably time I re-read it, but I always say there are so many unread books that re-reading ones already read seems a little wasteful. That said, I remember this collection quite clearly. I wasn't as impressed with The Dun Dog back then, so probably I really should re-read the book.

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    I've only read Secret Window, Secret Garden but it's probably my favorite King novelette. I've been in a reading slump, so maybe I'll pick this up and start reading the others
    "Only the gentle are ever really strong."

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    I enjoyed Four Past Midnight. Secret Window, Secret Garden was my favorite. I re-read it several months ago, prior to Netflixing the Johnny Depp movie version.



    The book was better.

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    Definitely! I hated the ending they tacked onto the movie.
    "Only the gentle are ever really strong."

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