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Under the Dome: A Novel

Under the Dome: A Novel By {author, [PDF] Read ↠ Under the Dome: A Novel : by Stephen King [PDF] Read ↠ Under the Dome: A Novel : by Stephen King - Under the Dome: A Novel, Under the Dome A Novel Dont miss the harrowing The Washington Post New York Times bestselling thriller from master storyteller Stephen King that inspired the hit television series following the apocalyptic

  • Publisher‏:‎ Scribner; Reprint edition (December 12, 2009)
  • Publication date‏:‎ December 12, 2009
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 10463 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 1092 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

[PDF] Read ↠ Under the Dome: A Novel : by Stephen King, Under the Dome: A Novel, Stephen King, Under the Dome A Novel Dont miss the harrowing The Washington Post New York Times bestselling thriller from master storyteller Stephen King that inspired the hit television series following the apocalyptic scenario of a town cut off from the rest of the world On an entirely normal beautiful fall day in Chesters Mill Maine the town is inexplicably and suddenly sealed off from t

Under the Dome: A Novel

[PDF] Read ↠ Under the Dome: A Novel : by Stephen King [PDF] Read ↠ Under the Dome: A Novel : by Stephen King - Under the Dome: A Novel, Under the Dome A Novel Dont miss the harrowing The Washington Post New York Times bestselling thriller from master storyteller Stephen King that inspired the hit television series following the apocalyptic Under the Dome: A Novel

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Under the Dome: A Novel

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  1. Let me start by saying that I ve been a King fan from the beginning But, I strayed to Dean Koontz a hellava storyteller when King got weird toward the end of the 90 s Duma Key made me hopeful, although it wasn t King at his best It was almost like he had ran out of ideas and was stringing us along with the short stories and the novellas I had given up until 11 22 63 And, let s face it folks the KING had never ran out of ideas, he was just holding back I was back in the saddle with 11 22 63 and e [...]


  2. The story is entertaining though much of this book and the voice performance is really great baaaarbie , but Stephen Kings loony left wing bias just pops it s ugly head up way too often It s distracting and takes a lot away from the story Really Every white male christian is an evil crack addicted psychopath Nazi rapist and every journalist is like a cherub from heaven Come on dude I know this is fiction, but these old cliches are not only unbelievable, they are tre booooooring If I knew it woul [...]


  3. I m glad I saw the TV series before I read the book I enjoyed the first two seasons I could have done without the third Still, although the TV series did convey the claustrophobic atmosphere of the Dome, the characters on the whole were much likeable, and even Big Jim Rennie wasn t quite as villainous, although he was certainly no hero, either.King himself, in the Author s Note, admits there is quite a large cast of characters in the novel It seemed to me he was trying to balance the bad charact [...]


  4. I ve read many of Stephen King s books but hated this one This story was going pretty well until we learned that the main antagonist hated Obama, called him a terrorist and a monkey, and had pictures of himself taken with Sarah Palin I don t buy novels to get a dose of the writer s politics King spouts his politics on Twitter often enough for me to not pay my money to read a good story and get another dose of them I got about 1 3 of the way through it before the book went to where all woke books [...]


  5. The influence for The Dome may well have come from the works of John Wyndham, but that s where any similarities end Wyndham wrote lean, intelligent stories, The Dome is neither lean or intelligent It s not just the sheer, exhausting, length of The Dome that is problematic The quality of the writing and characterisation is notably poorer than in King s earlier books, and you simply don t care what happens as Chester s Mill tries to make sense of being covered by a huge, invisible dome and quickly [...]


  6. It has been a few years since I last read this, but re reading it now and as time goes by, you start to notice of the things that are wrong with this tale Of course, we can all see inspiration for the dome of this tale coming from The Simpsons Movie, which came out the year Stephen King started to write this.There is a lot of action here as this goes from normal narration to at times panoramic narration with the author guiding us, which does work than okay here Set in a small town so we have wha [...]


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