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Duma Key Six Months After A Crane Crushes His Pickup Truck And His Body Self Made Millionaire Edgar Freemantle Launches Into A New Life His Wife Asked For A Divorce After He Stabbed Her With A Plastic Knife And Tried To Strangle Her One Handed He Lost His Arm And For A Time His Rational Brain In The Accident He Divides His Wealth Into Four Equal Parts For His Wife, His Two Daughters, Himself And Leaves Minnesota For Duma Key, A Stunningly Beautiful, Eerily Remote Stretch Of The Florida Coast Where He Has Rented A House All Of The Land On Duma Key, And The Few Houses, Are Owned By Elizabeth Eastlake, An Octogenarian Whose Tragic And Mysterious Past Unfolds Perilously When Edgar Begins To Paint, His Formidable Talent Seems To Come From Someplace Outside Him, And The Paintings, Many Of Them, Have A Power That Cannot Be Controlled.

PDF / Epub ☀ Duma Key  Author Stephen King – Techotechies.us
  • Hardcover
  • 611 pages
  • Duma Key
  • Stephen King
  • English
  • 08 June 2019
  • 1416552510

10 thoughts on “Duma Key


  1. says:

    DUMA KEY BY STEPHEN KING Most Stephen King fans will admit that the last couple of novels by the international bestselling author, while selling well, have been somewhat lacking coming from the renowned horror writer one might even go so far as to use the term mediocre, and don t get me started on Cell Thankfully, with the arrival of Duma Key, the slate has been wiped clean and the master of horror is back King s first novel set in his alternate home of Florid...


  2. says:

    Every single page is like a lover touching my cheeksometimes it s a caress, and sometimes it s a slapbut every page, every word, has a profound impact upon me I m in the middle of the book, and I m terrified to finish it, but I can t stop turning the pagesJust finished it I heard one reviewer state that it was the best book King had ever written While reviewers have short memories and liberal use of hyperbole, I must admit that this was one of his best he s written While not epic Every single page is like a lover touching my cheeksometimes it s a caress, and sometimes it s a slapbut every page, every word, has a profound impact upon me I m in the middle of the book, and I m terrified to finish it, but I can t stop turning the pagesJust finished it I heard one reviewer state that it was the best book King had ever written While reviewers have short memories and liberal use of hyperbole, I must admit that this was one of his best he s written While not epic like The Stand, It, or The Dark Tower, it is powerful, insightful, and terrifying Also, the fact that the book is not epic is one of its greatest strengths One of King s self indulgences in the past couple of decades has been his ability to use 1000 pages to write a 500 page story Remember that Rita Haywort...


  3. says:

    And this is why adults shouldn t play with dolls Edgar Freemantle used to be the quintessential American success story He was a self made millionaire who built a thriving construction business, and he had a long and happy marriage which produced two daughters However, Edgar s good luck ran out one day when he had a brutal run in with a crane at a job site that cost him an arm, screwed up a leg, and cracked his skull The brain trauma left his eggs slightly scrambled and made him prone to f...


  4. says:

    It was red.This must be King s most underrated book, and I ve no idea why Maybe because it was released in 2008 and maybe horror wasn t as cool then and it kind of slipped through the cracks Feels weird calling a book with 70k ratings underrated, but there you go I ve never heard anyone say that Duma Key was up there with the best of King s works After finishing this I certainly will be If this was released earlier in King s career, would it be mentioned as one of his greatest MaybeIt was red.This must be King s most underrated book, and I ve no idea why Maybe because it was released in 2008 and maybe horror wasn t as cool then and it kind of slipped through the cracks Feels weird calling a book with 7...


  5. says:

    How jacked up is it that I m going to say I find Stephen King comforting Yep Pretty jacked up.Then again, I ve been reading him since I was a pre teen or tween, I think that s the proper term for it these days Anyway, when the R.L Stine and Christopher Pike seemed a bit immature, no offense to those authors, I LOVED them as a kid I turned to King.He s what I know insert joke about my psychological issues here After all these years, he still manages to weave a fantastic tale.So, to not g How jacked up is it that I m going to say I find Stephen King comforting Yep Pretty jacked up.Then again, I ve been reading him since I was a pre teen or tween, I think that s the proper term for it these days Anyway, when the R.L Stine and Christopher Pike seemed a bit immature, no offense to those authors...


  6. says:

    Wrap Pet Sematary in a Bag of Bones and you ll have Duma Key Revenants, creepy dolls, paintings that fix the broken, and enough tragedy to fill a swimming pool with tears is what you ll find within these pages The scene at the end with name deleted because spoilers is one of the creepiest heart rending scenes I ve read The descriptions are so well written It truly is masterful The sand coming off her fingers Well, I guess you had to have been there Those of you who have read Duma Key Wrap Pet Sematary in a Bag of Bones and you ll have Duma Key Revenants, creepy dolls, paintings that fix the broken, and enough traged...


  7. says:

    Awful Cloyingly sentimental, forcedly folksy, sloppily written At first I was hoping that he was doing this on purpose, using the unrealistic dialogue and the instant bonding of the characters to turn it around on us, make us look back and see it as creepy eventually, but it s just bad writing The characters don t act like people, they act like characters in a Stephen King novel When they develop psychic powers, nobody even blinks, and everybody immediately understands how they workbecaus Awful Cloyingly sentimental, forcedly folksy, sloppily written At first I was hoping that he was doing this on purpose, using the unrealistic dialogue and the instant bonding of the characters to turn it around on us, make us look back and see it as creepy eventually, but it s just bad writing The characters don t act like people, they act like characters in a Stephen King novel When they develop psychic powers, nobody even blinks, and everybody immediately understands how they workbecause these are the things that would happen ...


  8. says:

    In Duma Key Stephen King taps into extreme mid life crisis and although he stirs it in a bubbling vat of macabre, the core, non magical, element remains What is one to do with one s life Edgar Freemantle struggles with redefining himself after having faced near death trauma, having lost not only his right arm but some of his mental function, and, oh yes, his marriage Have a nice day Luckily for him, and conveniently for the author, he has been a very successful contractor and, having socked In Duma Key Stephen King taps into extreme mid life crisis and although he stirs it in a bubbling vat of macabre, the core, non magical, element remains What is one to do with one s life Edgar Freemantle struggles with redefining himself after having faced near death trauma, having lost not only his right arm but some of his mental function, and, oh yes, his marriage Have a nice day Luckily for him, and conveniently for the author, he has been a very successful contractor and, having socked away rather large sums, he can afford to take a giant step away from the rubble of his life Eager to heal both body and mind, Edgar opts in to a large beach house ...


  9. says:

    I ve read a lot of King I read a lot of King, and this is among his best I know some people feel that after his accident he lost his touch for the creeping horror that made him famous, but I assure you that is not the case This book proves that King not only still has it, he s still improving I listened to this on audio, and I m sure that lent something to the suspense, but I m very glad that I did I downloaded from Audible, and each part was preceded by music that is creepy on its own I I ve read a lot of King I read a lot of King, and this is among his best I know some people feel that after his accident he lost his touch for the creeping horror that made him famous, but I assure you that is not the case This book proves that King not only still has it, he s still improving I listened to this on audio, and I m sure that lent something to the suspense, but I m very glad that I did I downloaded from Audible, and each...


  10. says:

    Negro es la ausencia de luz, pero blanco es la ausencia de memoria, el color de no poder recordar. Duma Key es un libro incre ble Es uno de mis favoritos de Stephen King s , ya s , tengo muchos de l, pero todos lo valen.Me encant el modo de narrar los hechos, te absorbe fuertemente en la trama En cuanto a los protagonistas puedo decir que son de los mayores atractivos Jerome Wireman es uno de mis favoritos de todos los libros que le Elizabeth no se queda atr s qu personaje tan et reo Negro es la ausencia de luz, pero blanco es la ausencia de memoria, el color de no poder recordar. Duma Key es un libro incre ble Es uno de mis favoritos de Stephen King s , ya s , tengo muchos de l, pero todos lo valen.Me encant el modo de narrar los hechos, te absorbe fuertemente en la trama En cuanto a los protagonistas puedo decir que son de los mayores atractivos Jerome Wireman es uno de mis favoritos de todos los libros que le Elizabeth no se queda atr s qu personaje tan et reo Pero en especial quiero resaltar al susodicho Wireman Se van a encari ar sobremanera con l La vida es como la telenovela un viernes Te crean la ilusi n de que todo va a resolverse, y entonces el lunes vuelven a retomar la misma mierda de siempre.Es una historia en la que el arte toma un pape...

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