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Read Ù The Stand ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ ❰Reading❯ ➾ The Stand Author Stephen King – This is the way the world ends with a nanosecond of computer error in a Defense Department laboratory and a million casual contacts that form the links in a chain letter of death And here is the This is the way the world ends with a nanosecond of computer error in a Defense Department laboratory and a million casual co. Dear StephenI'm sorry I just don't like you in that way I know we've been friends for a long time but I just never developed those kind of feelings for you even after eleven hundred pages I feel like we only moved forward in fits and stops and we were just never able to sustain a kind of even handed development of the kind of chills and thrills a person really likes Shock someone enough times with snot running out of their nose and it just becomes a little meaningless And there are only so many ways to view a dead body before one gets kind of numb instead of apprehensive Using the journal device to move things forward seems a little crude when what we really need to do is talk I have to confess I've felt kind of uncomfortable watching you struggle with religion and spirituality You sparked my interest when you posited that this might be the battle between the age of reason and that of irrationalism and the dark man was the last vestige of doomed rationalism I thought for a few minutes we were headed somewhere really special but you didn't seem very confident and the theme fell apart I will say there were a few surprises along the way which I found pleasant I appreciate you avoiding the obvious character arcs especially when it comes to redemption I was glad to meet most of your friends especially JoeLeo Stu and even Kojak Your military friends bored me out though especially Starkey; I don't even get why you like spending any time with those guys Such a bunch of fossils I do have to say I was really impressed with how you must have studied disease modelling and progression I almost felt like was thereSometimes I get the feeling that you don't really see me as a person just a baby maker You even have an extended solilouy about it as if I wasn't even here reading your words It bothers me because you took the time to develop nuanced male relationships Larry Stu Lloyd but the women were about reproducing or were cannon fodder Since you allowed technology to remain I'm not going to buy into your lowest most functional society mentality no matter how many sociological theories you throw at me And then there's the elderly black woman as representation of all that's spiritual Perhaps even Mother Earth If I'm rolling my eyes it's because it's another aspect of compartmentalizing women as either maiden matron or crone and people of color as closer to Godsbeing savage and all as you so helpfully illustrate in your The Circle Closes afterward Honestly it's kind of juvenile and a little disappointing when I know you are capable of so much It's time for me to move on I'm sure you'll find someone special eventually Stephen because you are such a really great guy And so unusual tooWith Three StarsYour Friend AlwaysCross posted at

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S institutions and emptied of percent of its people A world in which a handful of panicky survivors choose sides or are chose. M O O N spells spectacularI first read THE STAND in the early 80's It was during the Christmas break I lived out in the boonies with my family and after the holiday hoopla was over I planted myself in my favorite chair and sat there for 4 days devouring every page only leaving for bathroom breaks meals and sleep30 years later my reading experience was a little different I read it with my Goodreads friend Lisa who had the uncut version while I had the original I stopped and started as she caught up there were huge amounts of messages back and forth on the characters the differences in editions who we loved who we hated and everything and anything we could think of to discuss It was a month long readbut the one thing both experiences did have in common was I LOVED IT each timeAt a remote US Army base a strain of influenza is accidentally released Despite a lock down soldier Charles Campion is able to escape with his wife and child By the time the military is able to track his whereabouts Campion has spread the disease around parts of Texas triggering a pandemic which kills off 99 percent of the population The one percent are left in survival mode spread out over the entire country and plagued by strange dreams about two individuals which eventually draw some to Nebraska and some to Las VegasHemingford Home Nebraska Is the home of Abagail Freemantleā€” Mother Abagail a 108 year old woman who receives visions from God She is the embodiment of goodLas Vegas Nevada is where Randall Flagg has set up shop Randall is also called The Dark Man and The Walking Dude He lives to cause death and destruction and has supernatural powers which allow him to be human animal or demon He is the embodiment of evilKing said that he wanted to write a fantasy epic like The Lord of the Rings only with an American setting and that is just what he did THE STAND is a wonderful epic fantasy adventure about good vs evil One that I would recommend to anybody who hasn't read it yet and even to those who have

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The StandNtacts that form the links in a chain letter of death And here is the bleak new world of the day after a world stripped of it. Oh wow it hasn't even been a year since I finished this and I'm rereading again I'm not sure what I can say about this massive tome that hasn't been said before but I came I read and I conuered I also really enjoyed it along the way which says a lot due to my struggle with committing to massive books Does anyone know if there will be a new book to screen adaptation of this one in the near future or if the old mini series is worth the time Anyway I'm satisfied and a tiny bit relieved to be finished 3 Thanks to everyone who pushed me to make 2019 the year I picked up The Stand and for all the people who cheered me on along the way