I f**king love Stephen King

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I would not hesitate a second and would twat his socialist face so hard it dissolved.

Like the above poster states he looks like a woman and all leftist men did get their mothers looks for a reason.

He will be found out one day for not having written a word himself. He has the surname of a black man.
 
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I would not hesitate a second and would twat his socialist face so hard it dissolved.

Like the above poster states he looks like a woman and all leftist men did get their mothers looks for a reason.

He will be found out one day for not having written a word himself. He has the surname of a black man.

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The Chameleon

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Clive Barker has better demonic sex scenes but Stephen King was probably the first novelist I read whose works went into the hundreds of pages. I went off him after It and just read a few things here and there which varied from pretty good to not very good. I don't really have time to read his stuff now but I am sure getting off the drugs has only improved his work. The lowest point was Insomnia for me. Not terrible, and had a lot of potential but then it gets to this part that is just bizarre and didn't seem very well planned. I remember thinking "this would work better in a movie and isn't really meant to be appreciated as a novel." Because it was very visual. If you've read it I'm talking about the part that happens in an airplane.
 

!Viva Hate!

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Clive Barker has better demonic sex scenes but Stephen King was probably the first novelist I read whose works went into the hundreds of pages. I went off him after It and just read a few things here and there which varied from pretty good to not very good. I don't really have time to read his stuff now but I am sure getting off the drugs has only improved his work. The lowest point was Insomnia for me. Not terrible, and had a lot of potential but then it gets to this part that is just bizarre and didn't seem very well planned. I remember thinking "this would work better in a movie and isn't really meant to be appreciated as a novel." Because it was very visual. If you've read it I'm talking about the part that happens in an airplane.

He stinks.
 

The Chameleon

#KingGamma
He stinks.
He probably does but I was reading him from about 11 - 17 and was kind of a fan. Misery, The Stand, Carrie, and Salem's Lot are all pretty good but haven't read them for a long time. I got into Anne Rice and liked all her vampire books but couldn't get into the witch series. I still read Clive Barker.
 

!Viva Hate!

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He probably does but I was reading him from about 11 - 17 and was kind of a fan. Misery, The Stand, Carrie, and Salem's Lot are all pretty good but haven't read them for a long time. I got into Anne Rice and liked all her vampire books but couldn't get into the witch series. I still read Clive Barker.

The movies are better than the books. Clive writes too much gay stuff for me to enjoy.
 

The Chameleon

#KingGamma
I know...it just makes me uncomfortable in the wrong ways. Like, why is Rawhead Rex a killer dick? It’s like weird homoerotic horror and I don’t like it.

Now his work is these long novels that have all these surrealistic elements where you can't put it down for too long because you have to stay absorbed by that world. At the start, like with Books of Blood, I do think the sex was a lot more present. The answer to your question probably has to do with standard connections found in lots of horror that has sex as an element, along with him being gay and English, and the time the stories were written in. Stephen King has weird sexual elements too, but I remember feeling like Clive Barker's stories were much more extreme and shocking. I think the subject matter is often the kind of thing that would make anyone uncomfortable to dwell on. There is a personal psychological aspect to it.
A friend borrowed my Books of Blood a long time ago and i never got them back but I'm going to read those again and see what I think now.
 

rifke

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I like the Narnia books! I find that walking talking rat so endearing. he was so noble and dignified and fearless. everything a walking talking rat should be.

 
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