In the 1980's Stephen King was shaping up to be a huge force to be reckoned with. There was one book, however, that seemed to define him more so than any other. While King has written many books better than IT, the 1986 masterpiece seems to be what best defines King as a horror writer. Imagine, if you will, that you put all your worst fears into one book and perhaps that's the best way to describe Stephen King's IT. What you have is a huge sprawling epic. It is among … more
One of King's longer books, yet worth it. Adults haunted by their past when, as children, they fought a monster that has reawakened after all these years. A frightening look at what it means to be a child, fighting the fears that are more real than adults ever see... and then to be the adults who have to finish off the monsters once and for all...
As library paraprofessional for my adult working life, I have worked in academic libraries, public libraries, in the dungeons of cataloging departments, on the front lines of circ ... and occasionally … more
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