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this book ground my soul to pieces, twisted my heart mercilessly, and powerfully battered my body. i almost lost several friends during the nine days it took over my brain. it was worth every minute. i've read it twice, cover to cover, since.

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Interesting story about a real Civil War cemetary -- it gives a more personal feel and perspective to such a huge subject. The pace is pretty slow, so beware.

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'IT’ could be said to be one of the Stephen King’s most notable epics. It is by far the longest, and maybe with the exception of ‘The Shining,’ is the most well known. I remember as a kid, me and my friends talking about ‘IT’ being the scariest movie of all time, and recounting scenes we had not heard ourselves – the movie, I found, is actually dreadful. But the book is something quite special. For someone who describes himself as a ‘seat of the pants’ writer, he manages to quite cleverly weave together subplots, back story and parallel events that can go for 1116 pages. The story is based upon a group of seven kids who experience the horror of It. They band together and destroy it, but they come back when It returns – they hadn’t managed to kill It. They have to band together and destroy it again, whilst recalling what happened all those years before. I found I enjoyed the stories of what happened when they were kids, more than when they were adults. It is really just a preference, I guess. And the scenes where I wasn’t sure exactly what the threat was scared me more then when it was obvious. But by far, the most frightening bit was something not exactly attributed to horror. They talked about forgetting. It was pretty chilling. The qualms I had were general qualms I have with all King’s book. It took a while to get into. There were some point where he droned on and on, on something I wasn’t really caring for. But overall, the book was excellent. The climax, as always, is one of King’s strong points. It was definitely worth the $5 I spent on it at the second hand bookstore. http://www.benjaminsolah.com/blog/?p=178