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He small town schoolteacher who spun the wheel of fortune and won a four and a half year trip into The Dead Zone John Smith who awakened from an. The Dead Zone is a brilliant book It has practically no filler It s criminally underrated It was a fun read from beginning to the end In a way Johnny Smith reminded me of myselfThe bare bones of the plot are not important I thought that a human life should always be considered with dignity That sometimes doesn t happen with our hero I use the term hero in the Greek sense of tragedyPlease read this book if you haven t yet It s far better than recent King books I tried on another site to ask for underrated King books The Dead Zone was part of this recommendation Everyone knew except for me So yeah The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of fortune and won a four and a half year trip into The Dead Zone John Smith who awakened from an. The Dead Zone is a brilliant book It has practically no filler It s criminally underrated It was a fun read from beginning to the end In a way Johnny Smith reminded me Black Blue of myselfThe bare bones The Moe Manifesto of the plot are not important I thought that a human life should always be considered with dignity That sometimes doesn t happen with Positive Church in a Negative World our hero I use the term hero in the Greek sense Prince Philip Revealed of tragedyPlease read this book if you haven t yet It s far better than recent King books I tried Toad of Toad Hall on another site to ask for underrated King books The Dead Zone was part Spelling Strategies & Secrets: The essential how to spell guide of this recommendation Everyone knew except for me So yeah

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The Dead eBook #212 interminable coma with an accursed power the power to see the future and the terrible fate awaiting mankind in The Dead Zon. In my own personal opinion this is the best story Stephen King has ever written Not the most frightening not the most thrilling no but this novel has true literary merit And a tragic hero not a mere protagonist mind you who really ualifies for the titleJohn Smith his name immediately marks him out as the common man is blessed and cursed with second sight It began as a minor ability due to a skating accident in his childhood but when he wins big time at the roulette wheel in a village carnival this gift proves to be his undoing Because while coming home late from the carnival the taxi John is travelling in meets with a horrific accident and he is precipitated into a four year comaWhile he is asleep John loses his career girlfriend everything He wakes up a pauper in material terms but endowed with the full fledged version of his latent childhood giftAnd thus begins the career of John Smith the clairvoyantAs he moves from discovery to horrific discovery the amount of darkness he unearths in human souls pushes John further and further down into a sort of spiritual abyss There seems to no purpose to his tragic life until he meets Greg Stillson prospective presidential candidate A casual handshake allows John Smith a look into the cesspit that is the soul of the future president of the USA and suddenly he finds that there is something he has to do Finish of Stillson before he finishes of civilisation as we know itThere is horror in this novel But it is not supernatural oh no John s supernatural power is benign The horror is in what that power unearths Yes Greg Stillson is the boogeyman in this story One must pay homage to Stephen King s gift of seeing into the future At the time the novel was written people would have laughed at the idea that a secular democracy would elect a blackguard like Stillson into office I would humbly suggest that events of the past two decades have convinced me otherwiseThis is one of the most meticulously crafted books that I have read John s and Greg s careers start simultaneously sure to meet at some point of time yet King weaves the narrative so expertly that when the meeting finally takes place there is no sense of the let down of predestination And the denouement like in 112263 is totally unexpectedThe last chapter Notes from the Dead Zone is one of the most beautiful passages of prose in my experience Stephen King rises almost to the level of a poet here the way the words flowFive stars all the way

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Johnny the small boy who skated at breakneck speed into an accident that for one horrifying moment plunged him into The Dead Zone Johnny Smith t. This was my second time in The Dead Zone I remember the first time fondly as this is only one of two Stephen King books I read in one sitting the other being Pet Sematary The first time was in the late 1990s at an all night coffee shop in Cincinnati I read until the sun came up fueled on caffeine and the enthralling words of the Master of Horror himself I suppose knowing that I read it in one sitting says a lot about what I thought about it I LOVED IT It blew me away It was creepy heart wrenching introspective speculative terrifying thought provoking and on and on and on I just knew I had to read it again now to see if I still felt the same And I do I definitely do I think many people recommend Carrie or The Shining to people just starting King I rarely hear The Dead Zone But to me this would be a fantastic place to start It is not too long to be daunting like It or The Stand It does not involve the potential commitment of a series like The Dark Tower or Hodges Trilogy I think the story is fairly straight forward and would be easily accessible to many Also hoping that I am not saying too much I think this story is particularly terrifying in the world s current political climateThis time around I did the audio I was skeptical at first because it was James Franco and he usually seems kind of silly to me most of my memories of him are Seth Rogan stoner movies I am guessing he may have been invited to do this audio version because of his involvement in King s 112263 mini series which I still need to watch Update 182020 Just noticed I said I still need to watch this but I did in 2019 It was great I think he did a great job narrating this book and I will gladly do other books in the future narrated by himYou ask me what King book I recommend this is it You haven t read it yet Why not


About the Author: Stephen King

Night Shift collection or appeared in other anthologiesIn the fall of Stephen began teaching English at Hampden Academy the public high school in Hampden Maine Writing in the evenings and on the weekends he continued to produce short stories and to work on novels.



10 thoughts on “The Dead Zone

  1. says:

    This was my second time in The Dead Zone I remember the first time fondly as this is only one of two Stephen King books I read in one sitting the other being Pet Sematary The first time was in the late 1990s at an all night coffee shop in Cincinnati I read until the sun came up fueled on caffeine and the enthralling words

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    “We all do what we can and it has to be good enough and if it isn't good enough it has to do” Who else but Christopher Walken could play Johnny Smith in the highly praised David Cronenberg film?Johnny Smith is a rookie teacher with 8 in his pocket just enough money to take his best girl Sarah also a new teacher to the local county fair Sarah is coming off a couple of recent relationships that were exciting with agg

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    A heavily shattered psi protagonists deals with the demons his unwanted gift shows him by playing the or less voluntary hunter view spoiler of serial killers and world destroyers hide spoiler

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    WOW No horror or gore here just bits of well done paranormal and one hell of an excellent storyMeet John Smith h

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    Johnny Smith is one bad luck bastardHe starts off well enough as a nice guy with a talent for teaching and is in the early stages of what looks to be a very promising relationship with Sarah However a car accident leaves Johnny in a coma which

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    The Dead Zone is a brilliant book It has practically no filler It's criminally underrated It was a fun read from beginning to the end In a way Johnny Smith reminded me of myselfThe bare bones of the plot are not important I

  7. says:

    Fantastic book Sixth sense Teacher in an accident Visions of the future Great film too starring Christopher Walken🐯👍Loved the scene in the film when Christopher Walken is talking to Herbert Lom his doctorHe asks him being that he is a Jew if he could go back in time and get close to Adolf HitlerWould he kill him?Herbert Lom replies that he is a doctor and his job is to save livesAnd finished by saying he would kill the son

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    In my own personal opinion this is the best story Stephen King has ever written Not the most frightening not the most thri

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    The Dead Zone Stephen KingThe Dead Zone is a horrorsupernatural thriller novel by Stephen King published in 1979 It concerns Johnny Smith who is injured in an accident and remains in a coma for nearly five years Upon emergence he exhibits clairvoyance and precognition with limitations apparently because of a dead zone an area of

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    “We all do what we can and it has to be good enough and if it isn’t good enough it has to do” Stephen King The Dead Zone Stephen King’s The Dead Zone would have made a perfectly snappy short story or novella A man gets into a car accident slips into a coma wakes up five years later and can foresee a person’s future by touching them

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