The Dead Zone

The Dead Zone

Book - 1979
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Left with a sixth sense as a result of two accidents and a five year coma, John Smith wanted to remain a private person and was reluctant to use his talent. Then he meets a local politician whom he senses to be malevolent and dangerous and realizes that only death can keep him from becoming President of the United States.
Publisher: New York : Viking Press ; Signet, 1979
ISBN: 9780451155757
9780670260775
0670260770
9780340899038
0340899034
Characteristics: 402 p ; 18 cm

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U_Yongsterz
Oct 25, 2016

The Dead Zone is "dead-zone" boring.

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gtct
May 27, 2015

Not one of his more morbid tales. Enjoyable.

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Bearskito
Jul 26, 2014

The Dead Zone was a very interesting and strange book. I liked the plot, which did not progress as linearly as some books. There were 2 side stories that ran through the book, eventually meeting up with the life of John Smith at different points in the book and playing major roles. I liked the amount of setup these characters had, which made them seem more fully developed than if they were just thrown in. Overall a good book, I would recommend it to fans of Stephen King or thrillers.

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DASTardlyGal
Feb 20, 2011

This was my 2nd book from SK that I read-after The Shining. This is a great book and very thought provoking. One of my favorites. Again, I would highly recommend this one to read.

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