The Wind Through the Keyhole – Stephen King

Although I reviewed this book back in the day (April 2012, to be exact, achieving a grand total of three likes), having read it again I have decided to update the review to bring it in line with the series written by older, present me.  It may come off as a bit of a weird mix now, but this reblog of a majority newly review just about sums up how I live life.

Book to the Future

” A person’s never to old for stories, Bill. Man and boy, girl and woman, never to old. We live for them.”

Although I reviewed this book back in the day, having read it again I have decided to update the review to bring it in line with the series written by older, present me.  It may come off as a bit of a weird mix now, but this reblog of a majority newly review just about sums up how I like life.

Never has a dust jacket made me feel so popular when reading in a public place.  People were taking an interest in my reading material for once, when I removed this out of the cheap plastic bag, within the better plastic bag, from out of my backpack, that kept the rain off its brand-new pages.  Interestingly the bags mirrored the structure of the book but that was mere coincidence.

The Wind Through the Keyhole is Dark Tower book…

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11 Replies to “The Wind Through the Keyhole – Stephen King”

    1. He leaves a lasting impression but I like that. I would love to read Joyland again, I thought that was a really well penned book, and not too horror orientated either.

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  1. Wow, originally reviewed in 2012!
    It’s a wonderful thing that you can go back to a book, and alter critique.
    I believe the only book I’ve read more than once is; Gone With The Wind.

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    1. That’s a big book to be reading again but reading those great books more than once is so rewarding. I am already sexcited t read A Suitable Boy again and would love to have a second reading of War and Peace, although I lost my copy somewhere. I’ll try not to alter too many reviews, just if I am going through a series of books, thankfully rare as I hate to read my past reviews.

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      1. Well, if you love a book, reread it!
        You don’t need to reread reviews. You’ll get sucked into the quicksand!
        You are very cute, Ste J!

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        1. Usually once a review is done, I have to ignore it (mostly because I’m unsatisfied with it) unless I need it for reference. The urge to constantly rewrite would be too strong otherwise.

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  2. King’s book “On Writing” is the only book I’ve ever read of his. I, too, and a little leery of not being able to sleep at night after reading his stories. I’ve only seen a couple of the movies made from his books, and those kept me up at night, too. So I don’t see the movies, anymore, either. I’m such a delicate flower, ha!

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    1. This is an opportune moment to trot out the old King quote… “The thing under my bed waiting to grab my ankle isn’t real. I know that, and I also know that if I’m careful to keep my foot under the covers, it will never be able to grab my ankle.”

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