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Pet Sematary | Stephen King
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I‘ve gotten a little behind on posting my books. I‘ve also abandoned all reading challenges because life is too short and my TBR is too long.

This book was a lot. But it was also excellent. It‘s the first King I‘ve read and now I want to read more.

#audiobook #44of65

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BookwormAHN
Pet Sematary | Stephen King
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It took me awhile to read this book because the first movie is one of my all time favorites and I didn't want to be disappointed. However the book is fantastic and the first movie follows it pretty closely. The new movie despite some major changes is also pretty good.
#losersclub
#BFCr3 #bookfitnesschallenge @wanderinglynn

Brandon_Lee_Hayes This book haunted me for awhile after reading it. The last few lines still get to me! 2d
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larah17
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This cracked me up. 😂

Amiable Ha! 😀 6d
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DeeLew
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This gorgeous book is my first Barnes and Noble purchase in a really long time. I love it! ❤️

TheBookStacker Omg that‘s an awesome edition! I need that! It‘s so cute! 7d
DeeLew @TheBookStacker the photo does it no justice! It is gorgeous. I think you need it too! 😁❤️ 7d
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KennethTolesJr
Thinner | Stephen King

So... Ladies and Gents, I have a question.

I've started three books, but because of school, I stopped all three. I want to focus on one at a time and finish them now that I'm done with school. Can you help with the order, please?

Thinner by Stephen King
Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
Fear the Sky by Stephen Moss (audiobook narrated by RC Bray)

The poll ends at 2:17pm Central time.

Thanks!!!

vivastory 1) Slaughter-House 5 2) Thinner 3) Fear the Sky 1w
sprainedbrain I would go by page length. Shortest to longest... that‘s how I get things done. 😂 1w
TheBookAddict 1- Fear the Sky 2- Thinner 3- Slaughter- House 5 6d
KennethTolesJr @vivastory @sprainedbrain @TheBookAddict So, I took what all three of you said into consideration, and it actually comes out to being Fear the Sky, Thinner, then Slaughterhouse-Five. This is because Fear The Sky has the least amount of pages left to be read, which means it has two votes for first. Then, Thinner got two votes for second. Thanks Peeps!! 6d
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Eggbeater
Thinner | Richard Bachman
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#Thinner #LosersClub @DGRachel I think I might have a really early edition of Thinner. It still claims Richard Bachman is a different person and has a fake pic.

I liked the book. I couldn't help it, but I would be interested to hear how Romani people feel about it.

DGRachel That‘s wild! Yes, you must have a really early copy. 😍 1w
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Reagan-reads
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Yesterday, I was walking by the bookshelf and I just stopped and grabbed The Bachman Books, flipped to The Long Walk and dug in. This is my comfort read - although, it‘s so disturbing - I have loved it since I was a kid. I started on chapter 4 and just laid down and kept going. This is my favourite book to reread and I‘ve probably read the whole thing 8 times over my 20+ years of being a Stephen King fan.

brit91 I love you're mug!😍 2w
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AdaChivers
The Dead Zone | Stephen King
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Another Stephen King reread, but this one was a surprise! I didn't like it the first time I read (I love the movie), but this time around I really enjoyed it! Maybe the translation wasn't good and since this time I read an copy in English it was better experience?

JanuarieTimewalker13 I have to try this one. Duma Key was really good! 2w
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AdaChivers
Firestarter | Stephen King
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I'm rereading all of Stephen King novels, one a month.
That one was better than I remembered.

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Emfn
Needful Things | Stephen King
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Absolutely loved this book! From the slightly slower start setting the whole story up, getting to know various characters and then seeing everything escalate quickly as it gets towards the end.