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6 February 2014

Title
Desperation
Author
Stephen King
Publisher
Hodder
Publication Date
22 March 2010 (Kindle Edition)
Pages
724
Genre
mystery, horror

--T
From the Blurb: 

Welcome to Desperation. Once a thriving copper mining town in the middle of the Nevada desert, Desperation is now eerily abandoned. Except for the local cop - the unique regulator who patrols the wilderness highway where travellers like the Carver family bound for vacation and writer Johnny Marinville astride his Harley don't expect to get stopped and charged. Very soon, a mix of people, unlucky enough to drive through Desperation, find themselves in the town's jail, locked up by a Cop who is more than strange, and they realise that sure not all seems 'normal' in this abandoned town.
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A true Stephen King story in his unmistakable style, with different characters from all walks of life (with brilliant character studies)  thrown together to fight an unseen and unknown evil which seem to plant itself into peoples heads and take over - physically and mentally. This kept me entertained on every single page, and is in King's tradition of such books as 'The Stand'. It has also been made into a movie (or TV series? not sure) which I haven't watched, as I'm usually a bit disappointed by the TV adaptations, though I could imagine that one work. It's just that I prefer to be sucked into the book as King usually manages with me.