Book It by Stephen King
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    • by selphiealmasy8
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      When he wrote it, Stephen King planned for It to be his last novel before he retired from the world of writing for a spell. As we can all pretty well figure out, the King of horror did not go through with his planned hiatus.

      Looking back on it now, though I am thrilled that he didn’t go through with it, It would have made a beautiful and fitting


      swan song from the man who made horror a viable and popular literary form.

      In It King tells of a horror that seized a small Maine town while a group of 7 children chose to face it and conquer it. Not dying easily, It, an embodiment of all things that frighten, returns to the town of Derry and it is up to the now grown-up children must once more ...


      • face their fears and reunite.

        It is an extremely long book, many Stephen King books are, but it is needed here. The writer gives us glimpses into the lives of each of these children and reasons for their behaviour, their courage and even their lack of it in some cases. We come to care for these men and women so that their fates are always felt, whether bad or

        good.

        Stephen King dedicates the book to his children assuring them that the magic is real. Yes it is and no one can convey this to the reader as well as King even if he chooses to scare us sometimes to make that point clear. When contrasted with the evil and monsterous(both supernatural and human) it only makes the beauty of heroism, love, courage and friendship all that more powerful.




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