Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2)

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  • 531 pages
  • Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2)
  • Stephen King
  • English
  • 22 May 2017
  • 147672766X

About the Author: Stephen King

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Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2) Stephen King returns to the character and territory of one of his most popular novels ever, The Shining, in this instantly riveting novel about the now middle aged Dan Torrance and the very special twelve year old girl he must save from a tribe of murderous paranormals On highways across America, a tribe of people called the True Knot travel in search of sustenance They look harmless mostly old, lots of polyester, and married to their RVs But as Dan Torrance knows, and spunky twelve year old Abra Stone learns, the True Knot are quasi immortal, living off the steam that children with the shining produce when they are slowly tortured to death.Haunted by the inhabitants of the Overlook Hotel, where he spent one horrific childhood year, Dan has been drifting for decades, desperate to shed his father s legacy of despair, alcoholism, and violence Finally, he settles in a New Hampshire town, an AA community that sustains him, and a job at a nursing home where his remnant shining power provides the crucial final comfort to the dying Aided by a prescient cat, he becomes Doctor Sleep Then Dan meets the evanescent Abra Stone, and it is her spectacular gift, the brightest shining ever seen, that reignites Dan s own demons and summons him to a battle for Abra s soul and survival This is an epic war between good and evil, a gory, glorious story that will thrill the millions of devoted readers of The Shining and satisfy anyone new to this icon in the King canon. Free Read [ Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2) ] author [ Stephen King ] – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Doctor Sleep (The Shining, #2)

  1. Greg says:

    Disclosure I used to work at Stephen King s publisher and read Doctor Sleep in December 2012 Get ready If I can make just one recommendation whether you re a longtime King fan or fairly new to his stuff, it wouldn t be the worst thing to read The Shining before you get your hands on Doctor Sleep Seasoned fans know that the movie, while engrossing in its own right, is very different in many ways, and doesn t even begin to plumb the psychological depths that the book does You could read an Disclosure I used to work at Stephen King s publisher and read Doctor Sleep in December 2012 Get ready If I can make just one recommendation whether you re a longtime King fan or fairly ne...

  2. Tiya Rosa says:

    A sequel, huh I didn t feel much for Danny when I was going through The Shining since Jack Torrance pretty much had me by the balls, but I guess this being a Stephen King book I can give it a try.Oh, who am I kidding

  3. Will Byrnes says:

    There is a boy now a man a girl, a band of baddies with a charismatic leader, a coalition of the willing, battles to be fought, supernatural elements and magical powers Stephen King was at this long before Harry Potter lived under the stairs He has a preternatural not to say supernatural talent for writing kids, and can keep you turning pages, losing sleep, and getting back late to work from your lunch breaks We will presume for the purposes of this review that you have read, or at least There is a boy now a man a girl, a band of baddies with a charismatic leader, a coalition of the willing, battles to be fought, supernatural elements and magical powers Stephen King was at this long before Harry Potter lived under the stairs He has a preternatural not to say supernatural talent for writing kids, and can keep you turning pages, losing sleep, and getting back lat...

  4. Kemper says:

    Remember that psychic little kid in The Shining Have you ever wondered what he d be like as an adult after surviving a haunted hotel that drove his drunken father crazy and gave him a case of the redrums If so, you re in luck because Stephen King has now told us what happened to Danny Torrance, and he s just as screwed up from his experience as you d expect him to be.Like his father, Dan has grown up to be a bad tempered drunk, and he uses the booze to blot out his psychic powers as he drifts Remember that psychic little kid in The Shining Have you ever wondered what he d be like as an adult after surviving a haunted hotel that drove his drunken father crazy and gave him a case of the redrums If so, you re in luck because Stephen King has now told us what happened to Danny Torrance, and he s just as screwed up from his experience as you d expect him to be.Like his father, Dan has grown up to be a bad tempered drunk, and he uses the booze to blot out his psychic powers as he drifts from town to town working menial jobs The early part of the book fo...

  5. Dave says:

    Dan Hi, I was a total scumbag, meaning I once swiped a few bucks, a horrible horrible thing for which I ll never forgive myself, and, oh yeah, almost forgot, I used to get in bar fights all the time and I for all I know, I killed people during a blackout Anyhoo, nowadays I m heroic Seriously, I m pretty much a saint I have magic powers...

  6. Dan Schwent says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Dan Torrance grew up to be an alcoholic, just like his father But now he s in recovery and working in a hospice where he uses his Shine to comfort people when they die But what is his connection to a young girl named Abra Stone And what does The True Knot, a traveling group of RV people, want with her After all the glimpses shown in NOS4A2, I knew I d be reading this one hot off the presses Was I disappointed Well, I don t think it was a home run.I loved the story of Dan Torrance, recoverin Dan Torrance grew up to be an alcoholic, just like his father But now he s in recovery and working in a hospice where he uses his Shine to comfort people when they die But what is his connection to a young girl named Abra Stone And what does The True Knot, a traveling group of RV people, want with her After all the glimpses shown in NOS4A2, I knew I d be reading this one hot off the presses Was I disappointed Well, I don t think it was a home run.I loved the st...

  7. Delee says:

    I hesitated to read DOCTOR SLEEP for about a minute I was worried that it wouldn t live up to The Shining, and everything would be ruined RUINED Luckily that was not the case at all I should have hadfaith in Stephen King s love and respect for these characters I am sorry for ever doubting you Stephen.A tribe of people called The True Knot travel around the United States by RV in search of children with The Shining These children have what The True Knot feeds off, something they c I hesitated to read DOCTOR SLEEP for about a minute I was worried that it wouldn t live up to The Shining, and everything would be ruined RUINED Luckily that was not the case at all I should have hadfaith in Stephen King s love and respect for these characters I am sorry for ever doubting you Stephen.A tribe of people called The True Knot travel around the United States by RV in search of children with The Shining These children have what The True Knot feeds off, something they call steam Their leader Rose The Hat learns of a little girl named Abra that will keep them in steam for a very long time.Danny Torrance is all grown up, but far from happy He is still haunted by his past To numb the pain, and keep the ghosts at bay, he follows in his fathers footsteps with the...

  8. D. Hilliard says:

    Being a big fan of Stephen King, especially his early work, I waited with nervous anticipation for Dr Sleep I reread The Shining for the first time in years, just to reacquaint myself with the world of Danny Torrance and the Overlook Hotel It was on my kindle within minutes of it being released, and I spent the past two afternoons ignoring housework in favor of diving into one of Kings rare sequels.So how does it measure up The correct answer to that is it depends If you are looking for a d Being a big fan of Stephen King, especially his early work, I waited with nervous anticipation for Dr Sleep I reread The Shining for the first time in years, just to reacquaint myself with the world of Danny Torrance and the Overlook Hotel It was on my kindle within minutes of it being released, and I spent the past two afternoons ignoring housework in favor of diving into one of Kings rare sequels.So how does it measure up The correct answer to that is it depends If you are looking for a direct sequel to The Shining that recaptures the same sense of claustrophobic terror as the original, you are going to be disappointed It does try ...

  9. Blythe says:

    That cover is the epitome of perfection.So perfect that is should be on my shelves.Like, right now I m waiting stares at bookshelves EDIT I M GETTING AN ARC OF THIS MY LIFE IS OFFICIALLY MADE

  10. Andrea ❤Ninja Bunneh❤ says:

    Once upon a time, there was a girl She liked to read, but was at a crossroads between being too old for childish books, and a bit too young for cheesy romance novels with Fabio on the cover The girl loved scary movies and all things horror and wondered if maybe there were things written like that She asked the librarian, who handed her a book The girl ran home and closed herself up in her room She sat down and started to read a book called Carrie, by an author named Stephen King She devour Once upon a time, there was a girl She liked to read, but was at a crossroads between being too old for childish books, and a bit too young for cheesy romance novels with Fabio on the cover The girl loved scary movies and all things horror and wondered if maybe there were things written like that She asked the librarian, who handed her a book The girl ran home and closed herself up in her room She sat down and started to read a book called Carrie, by an author named Stephen King She devoured that book and went on to read every single book by her new favorite author, including those under the name Richard Bachman When those ran out, she explored different authors like Koontz, Saul, Cook, and Crichton, just to name a few So many doors were opened and so many journeys taken, worlds explored, over many years Maybe I ll get back to this story a bit later When I heard that Doctor Sleep was coming out I immediately pre ordered it onI rare...