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|Download Book ☲ Bag of Bones ⚒ Four years after the sudden death of his wife, forty year old bestselling novelist Mike Noonan is still grieving Unable to write, and plagued by vivid nightmares set at the western Maine summerhouse he calls Sara Laughs, Mike reluctantly returns to the lakeside getaway There, he finds his beloved Yankee town held in the grip of a powerful millionaire, Max Devore, whose vindictive purpose is to take his three year old granddaughter, Kyra, away from her widowed young mother, Mattie As Mike is drawn into Mattie and Kyra s struggle, as he falls in love with both of them, he is also drawn into the mystery of Sara Laughs, now the site of ghostly visitations and escalating terrors What are the forces that have been unleashed here and what do they want of Mike Noonan It is no secret that King is one of our most mesmerizing storytellers In Bag of Bones, he proves to be one of our most moving as well back cover


10 thoughts on “Bag of Bones

  1. Dale Dale says:

    I am a Stephen King junkie I started reading him in high school and quickly tore through just about everything he d ever written, and then started buying every new book he put out Being a Stephen King fan is kind of like being a geek for Dragonlance or comic books reviewing his work seems borderline pointless because non fans will usually dismiss him out of hand and be hard to convince of any intrinsic value, and fans are already pretty hardcore about him Nevertheless, I wanted to add this I am a Stephen King junkie I started reading him in high school and quickly tore through just about everything he d ever written, and then started buying every new book he put out Being a Stephen King fan is kind of like being a geek for Dragonlance or comic books reviewing his work seems borderline pointless because non fans will usually dismiss him out of hand and be hard to convince of any intrinsic value, and fans are already pretty hardcore about him Nevertheless, I wanted to...


  2. Diane Wallace Diane Wallace says:

    Haunted read a bit long but the storyline was scary good and very intense paperback


  3. Jamieson Jamieson says:

    I am enjoying what I think is perhaps Stephen King s best novel, ever.The opinion on Stephen King s best work differs depending on who you talk to but for me, it will always be Bag of Bones.It s the one novel of Kings that I ve readthan any other nine times and each time it s just as wonderful and beautiful and engaging as it was the first time I opened up my hardcover copy ten years ago.I think it was the beginning of King moving away from horror and toward aliterary style of wri I am enjoying what I think is perhaps Stephen King s best novel, ever.The opinion on Stephen King s best work differs depending on who you talk to but for me, it will always be Bag of Bones.It s the one novel of Kings that I ve readthan any other nine times and each time it s just as wonderful and beautiful and engaging as it was the first time I opened up my hardcover copy ten years ago.I think it was the beginning of King moving away from horror and toward aliterary style of writing Hear...


  4. David Putnam David Putnam says:

    I read any kind of book and it doesn t matter if it s, genre, literary, or nonfiction the only requirement is that be well written Horror is not my favorite, in fact it is my least favorite, it s just not for me This book however, is a solid five stars I also really enjoyed, The Tommy Knockers, The Stand, Full Dark No Stars, and others.Stephen King is the truly a master story teller and his work will last through the ages because of his enormous talent to entice the reader into the fictive d I read any kind of book and it doesn t matter if it s, genre, literary, or nonfiction the only requirement is that be well written Horror is not my favorite, in fact it is my least favorite, it s just not for me This book however, is a solid five stars I also really enjoyed, The Tommy Knockers, The Stand, Full Dark No Stars, and others.Stephen King is the truly a master story teller and his work will last through the ages because of his enormous talent to entice the reader into ...


  5. Char Char says:

    Grief That s the emotion that got to me the most during this reread.The first time I read this book I had just turned thirty and even though I was already married, the horror of losing a spouse didn t get through to me like it did this time Now, after just having celebrated my 30th wedding anniversary, the idea of losing my husband is unfathomable Stephen King dove deep into those fathoms and dragged me along with him I did not like what I saw or felt That, right there, is the reason why St Grief That s the emotion that got to me the most during this reread.The first time I read this book I had just turned thirty and even though I was already married, the horror of losing a spouse didn t get through to me like it did this time Now, after just having celebrated my 30th wedding anniversary, the idea of losing my husband is unfathomable Stephen King dove deep into those fathoms and dragged me along with him I did not like what I saw or felt That, right there, is the re...


  6. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    I was a big Stephen King fan back in the 7th grade, mainly because it was my first experience with books written for adults After a while though, I stared reading otherobscure novels and I stopped reading King s works Bag of Bones really caught my interest though, and I found it to be much better than many of his other books because of the way it deals so much with plain human emotion, loss and life Like his novel Pet Sematary, Bag of Bones has a main theme of overwhelming grief, as the I was a big Stephen King fan back in the 7th grade, mainly because it was my first experience with books written for adults After a while though, I stared reading otherobscure novels and I stopped reading King s works Bag of Bones really caught my interest though, and I found it to be much better than many of his other books because of the way it deals so much with plain human emotion, loss and life Like his novel Pet Sematary, Bag of Bones has a main theme of overwhelming grief, as ...


  7. Johann (jobis89) Johann (jobis89) says:

    Grief is like a drunken house guest, always coming back for onegoodbye hug Bag of Bones focuses on the story of Mike Noonan, a best selling writer who s wife unexpectedly passes away Following her death, Mike suffers from writer s block and begins to have nightmares concerning their lakeside house, Sara Laughs Mike decides he must go back to their lakeside house in order to confront his fears Upon his arrival, he meets a beautiful single mother and her daughter, only to find out that Grief is like a drunken house guest, always coming back for onegoodbye hug Bag of Bones focuses on the story of Mike Noonan, a best selling writer who s wife unexpectedly passes away Following her death, Mike suffers from writer s block and begins to have nightmares concerning their lakeside house, Sara Laughs Mike decides he must go back to their lakeside house in order to confront his fears Upon his arrival, he meets a beautiful single mother and her daughter, only to find out that a ...


  8. Edward Lorn Edward Lorn says:

    Had you asked me a month ago what I thought of Bag of Bones I might have chuckled and shook my head I might have told you it is one of the worst Stephen King books there is, that it is easily in my bottom five King reads, down there with such piles of Kingly excrement as Dreamcatcher, Wizard and Glass, The Eyes of the Dragon, and From a Buick 8, the latter being the pinnacle of Uncle Stevie s fecal production In other words, friends and neighbors, I hated this book.But that was then and this i Had you asked me a month ago what I thought of Bag of Bones I might have chuckled and shook my head I might have told you it is one of the worst Stephen King books there is, that it is easily in my bottom five King reads, down there with such piles of Kingly excrement as Dreamcatcher, Wizard and Glass, The Eyes of the Dragon, and From a Buick 8, the latter being the pinnacle of Uncle Stevie s fecal production In other words, friends and neighbors, I hated this book.But that wa...


  9. Jeff Jeff says:

    When people talk about the great Stephen King books, Bag of Bones is almost never part of the conversation When I agreed to do a buddy read it was because of its connection to Moon and the Sixpence and the recommendation of my favorite and greatest of all Mah Fahs, Stepheny Consequently, I didn t go into this buddy read with the Purveyors of the Pantsless Reads with any grand expectations I can honestly say I was happily disappointed.The skinny Mike Noonan, a writer, tragically loses his wif When people talk about the great Stephen King books, Bag of Bones is almost never part of the conversation When I agreed to do a buddy read it was because of its connection to Moon and the Sixpence and the recommendation of my favorite and greatest of all Mah Fahs, Stepheny Consequently, I didn t go into this buddy read with the Purveyors of the Pantsless Reads with any grand expectations I can honestly say I was happily disappointed.The skinny Mike Noonan, a writer, tragically ...


  10. J.K. Grice J.K. Grice says:

    This is King s strongest novel of the new millennium In fact, it s excellent Good enough to join THE SHINING, SALEM S LOT, and CHRISTINE as some of King s best work ever Everything works to King like perfection in BAG OF BONES Pacing, character, story, plot flow, and horror are all masterfully handled by the master himself It isn t overly long and the editing is perfect Highly recommended