Best read in a rocking chair. ;)
Finished Jerusalem's Lot today! It feels so great to read Stephen King again--and especially an older book like this one. I think I first read it when I was about 13, then again around 17, but at 35 it's just the best yet. ^-^ (Everything just has more meaning? Or maybe my understanding is deeper. Either way, I'm loving this.)
I enjoyed this one a lot. It takes place in the 17 & 1800s and it's pretty creepy. Really descriptive with lots of amazing details, as always. He even used the word chandler, heh. You really see it play out in your mind as you read it (that poor lamb, though, ugh...) and I always like reading things where the characters are without modern conveniences.
dixonvixen I'm curious to hear what you thought of it! The only little 'grr' part for me was I got a little confused about the dates of the letters at times, but that's very 'me' *Lol*.
I like that diary style of storytelling, too. Does anyone else like that? If you do, might I recommend a particular Pasta that blew my mind last year. <3
Next up... Graveyard Shift! ^-^