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The Thursday Review: “Misery” by Stephen King

Another week, another Stephen King book under my belt! And this time, it’s “Misery”.

12a. Misery Cover

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Did I like it? Well, if I tell you that I went to bed at ten planning to read one or two chapters and ended up reading until nearly one in the morning and finishing the whole book, does that answer your question?

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The Thursday Review: “Dolores Claiborne” by Stephen King

Trigger Warning for Mentions of Sexual Abuse

Things have gotten on top of me a touch this week. I had my last two formal MA lectures and as such, opportunities to read and write have been thin on the ground. Despite this, though, I managed to once again dive into my stash of unread Stephen King and picked out “Dolores Claiborne”.

11a. Dolores Claiborne Cover

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The Thursday Review: “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon” by Stephen King

Last week, it got to Saturday and I realised with a sudden burst of horror that I hadn’t read a book this week. So naturally, I grabbed something from my bookshelf that had been hanging around unread for an age because it was fairly short, and read it within a day (accidentally staying up until three in the morning!).

And that’s how I came to read “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon” by Stephen King.

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