'Misery' by Stephen King

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Title: 'Misery' by Stephen King
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Date: November 4, 2005
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All the characters, including the minor characters, are portrayed mostly by Paul's thoughts and perceptions of them. Why did I enjoy the book: I enjoyed the book because the scenarios are very well described so the reader can clearly imagine the events in their mind...
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The way the thoughts are processed is also unusual and unique to Stephen King's style of writing, so that sometimes a particular word of phrase will interrupt a description as though it were a sudden thought that the character has. The actual storyline is very interesting, with lots of twists and turns throughout the story...
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