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Sep 21, 2005 10:18 PM Read

This is one of the earliest Stephen King books I read. It is probably the reason I am still one of Stephen King's biggest fans still today. Firestarter begins and draws you right into the book, making you forget where you even are for as long as you read the book. You fall in love with the ch...Read More

--: set the world on fire... :--

Sep 09, 2005 11:22 PM Read

Stephen King has to be as one of the most prolific writers ever. From his first work onwards, this man has been dishing out masterpieces that range from borderline thrillers to the macabre. What more, he does it at an alarming pace too. Being a fan of the genre, Stephen King's works have been...Read More

Firestarter

Feb 21, 2017 02:14 PM Read

There are certain themes in paranormal fiction just don't thrill me all that much. One of them is aliens, and another is psychic powers. Unfortunately the late 1970s and early 1980s were all about trying to uncover hidden potential in humans. I almost dropped watching Stranger Things, because I ...Read More

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Jun 23, 2016 12:24 AM Read

I can find absolutely nothing bad to say about this book. Firestarter is up there with'Salem's Lot, The Shining, and it. This one isn't as creep-up-on you scary as the aforementioned novel, s but Firestarter is terrifying. To image a world wherein Charlie McGee exists is a scary thought indeed. ...Read More

 
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