I will never, ever, look at a camper caravan the same way again. This is paranormal at its absolute best! Psychic vampires, kids, and Danny Torrence all combine to form a really creepy story that was well worth the credit! Read after you've read The Shining, and don't rely on your movie memories. Loved!
This was the first really scary Stephen King book I have read since Salem's Lot. Keep the lights on when you listen to it.
like seeing an old friend again after years apart. Being a recovering alcoholic myself (3 years and counting) Mr. King, as always, puts words to a struggle that only an addict can understand fully. Last but not least a bit of redemption for one Jack Torrance. I'm sure I'm not the only one who wept with realization
When I heard there was a sequel to one of my favorite King novels, The Shining, I was ecstatic but when I read the synopsis I was like "ehh, I'm not so sure about this." I put off listening to it for a while but finally after running through so many other King tales I decided to give it a go. Wow, I should never underestimated King. Terrific book. Amazing performance by Will Patton as usual. It's a great true sequel unlike many others. It doesn't just rehash a bunch of crap and add a few new elements. King gives us a deep and at times disturbing look into the life of Danny Torrance and the aftermath of his life. He doesn't force anything and make it outlandish. The reader gets a clear understanding of who Danny has become and why. He is a flawed hero, which I really dig. All too often writers make these squeaky clean heroes that seem implausible and thus unrelatable. That's not the case here. I won't go into detail and spoil anything but I'll just say this, I urge you to listen to this and hear how a sequel is supposed to be done and told by two masters (King and Patton).