By Stephen King
Stephen King returns to the nature and territory of 1 of his preferred novels ever, The Shining, during this immediately riveting novel concerning the now middle-aged Dan Torrance and the very distinct twelve-year-old woman he needs to shop from a tribe of murderous paranormals.
On highways throughout the US, a tribe of individuals known as the genuine Knot trip looking for sustenance. they appear harmless—mostly previous, plenty of polyester, and married to their RVs. yet as Dan Torrance understands, and spunky twelve-year-old Abra Stone learns, the genuine Knot are quasi-immortal, dwelling off the steam that kids with the shining produce after they are slowly tortured to loss of life.
Haunted via the population of the disregard lodge, the place he spent one terrible early life yr, Dan has been drifting for many years, eager to shed his father’s legacy of depression, alcoholism, and violence. eventually, he settles in a brand new Hampshire city, an AA group that sustains him, and a role at a nursing domestic the place his remnant shining strength presents the an important ultimate convenience to the death. Aided by means of a prescient cat, he turns into “Doctor Sleep.”
Then Dan meets the evanescent Abra Stone, and it truly is her amazing present, the brightest shining ever noticeable, that reignites Dan’s personal demons and summons him to a conflict for Abra’s soul and survival. this can be an epic conflict among stable and evil, a gory, wonderful tale that would thrill the thousands of committed readers of The Shining and fulfill a person new to this icon within the King canon.
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