IT – Book

August 30, 2005

Stephen King weaves a fantastic tale of friendships, promises kept, and above all else, the horror of an unknown creature preying upon the children of Derry, Maine. Seven of them who have experienced the terror and lived to tell about it have bonded to form a group that would stick together no matter what. Even after “It” had stopped its reign of murder, the seven promised to return if “It” should ever start killing again.
As adults, they remember the details of their childhoods and what they must do to stop “It” once and for all. Incredibly vivid, imaginative, and well thought out, this remains one of Stephen King’s best novels. It’s also one of his scariest. If you have a fear of clowns, this is not the book for you. Otherwise, you’ll be captivated by the story. One final note: this is not light reading. This book is over 1,000 pages long, and you must have the time, the patience, and the dedication to get through it all. “We all float down here…..”

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