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13800946 No.13800946 [Reply] [Original]

It's actually his best book since The Stand & The Shining, I recommend everyone into horror fiction to pick it up.

>> No.13800952

Nah bro

>> No.13800957

Way Too many classic works of fiction that have stood the test of time to read to spend time reading contemporary fiction

>> No.13800976

What a retarded statement, why not give both a shot, fucking weak work ethic autist

>> No.13800984

>It's actually his best book since The Stand & The Shining

They say that about every new book he's written. Stop falling for the marketing. Stephen King is mediocre.

>> No.13801005

Absolutely based and informedpilled

>> No.13801082

I love Kubrick's The Shining, so I decided to give Doctor Sleep a try. What a travesty

>> No.13801109

because then he would actually have to use his brain to figure out whether the book was good or not instead of deferring to established opinions.

>> No.13801171

>he misses on reading Georgi Gospodinov
>he misses on reading Sergei Lebedev
>he misses on reading Varujan Vosganian
>he misses on reading Peter Nadas
>he misses on reading Mircea Cartarescu
A resounding yikes from me.

>> No.13801217

Lit-trilly whomst

>> No.13801449

Exactly my point, I like you, we should be frens

>> No.13801466

Literally the only King worth reading are his short stories. He's got interesting ideas but dogshit delivery and zero stamina

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