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  • ISBN 0451178599
  • ISBN13 978-0451178596
  • Language English
  • Author Stephen King
  • Publisher Signet (August 1, 1993)
  • Formats txt doc mbr lit
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1168 kb
  • Size Fb2 1475 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 969

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And the Reverend Willie’s got a bee under his blanket for sure this time.

This is for chris la VIN, Who doesn’t have all the answers just the ones that matter. And the Reverend Willie’s got a bee under his blanket for sure this time. No question about it.

Needful Things is the 30th book published by Stephen King; it was his 25th novel, and the 20th novel written under his own name. The book was published by Viking in October of 1991. The story is set in the small fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine, where a new shop named "Needful Things" opens, to the curiosity of the townspeople.

Needful Things is a 1991 horror novel by American author Stephen King. It is the first novel King wrote after his rehabilitation from drug and alcohol addiction. The story is about a shopkeeper who runs his business by exchanging goods for money and. The story is about a shopkeeper who runs his business by exchanging goods for money and mysterious deeds performed by the customer. According to the cover, it is "The Last Castle Rock Story".

Hey, Ma! he said, throwing his books on the counter and getting the milk out of the refrigerator. Guess what? There’s an awnin on the new store. NEEDFUL THINGS, the sign says-now just what the dog does that mean? I dunno, either, but that’s where the bad feeling seems to come from. Hey, Ma! he said, throwing his books on the counter and getting the milk out of the refrigerator.

Stephen King is the author of more than sixty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. In fact, I've reread a lot of his work. His recent work includes The Institute, Elevation, The Outsider, Sleeping Beauties (cowritten with his son Owen King), and the Bill Hodges trilogy: End of Watch, Finders Keepers, and Mr. Mercedes (an Edgar Award winner for Best Novel and an AT&T Audience Network original television series).

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Stephen King Needful Things Full Audio Book. Needful Things feels very much like an expansion of ‘Salem’s Lot with Leland Gaunt’s shop resembling the antiques store opened by that sound publication’s vampiric duo, Straker and Barlow. Gaunt has teeth such as Barlow, he is very tall such as Barlow, the inside of his shop is likewise dim, and he has an entire Enter freely and of your own will, rap that he gives his customers, which is reminiscent of standard vampire patter.

Stephen King is the author of more than sixty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers

Set in the fictional town of Castle Rock, Maine. We had been looking all over town and we couldnt find it. So glad I chose to look on here. My son loves his books. Stephen King is the author of more than sixty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers.

Needful Things by Stephen King. Needful Things - great book, movie was good too. I enjoyed the read. Nothing to super awesome, but definitely a good read!

Needful Things by Stephen King. Nothing has a price tag, but everything is for sale. Nothing to super awesome, but definitely a good read!

Talk about Needful Things


Tamesya
A lot of people don’t find King’s writing “scary” but there’s something to be said for the slow, creeping sense that something is just not right. Needful Things has this in spades, and it’s my favorite kind of King story.
The town of Castle Rock has had its fair share of bad luck over the years (gruesome murders, rabid dogs and the like) but it’s still a nice, pleasant small town. Maybe the people gossip too much, but it’s a charming community.
Yet when a new merchant comes to town, the townfolk’s careful, pleasant facades begin to slowly fall apart. Mr Gaunt has something they NEED and they’ll do just about anything to get it.
Secrets, suspicions and old grudges rise to the surface and what starts with a simple purchase by an 11 year old boy unleashes the hidden hate boiling in this small town.
Perius
Very nice paperback edition. I’m a librarian and this puppy will hold up for many years. I’m easy on my things and you would barely be able to tell I read it all.

Book Review: One of Mr. King’s best books. If you like horror or supernatural story lines, please read this book! (Or any of his others.) In a nut shell this book asks what would you sell your soul for? What is your Needful Thing?
Gholbithris
I bought this in hardback to update my tattered paperback. As a long time Constant Reader, I re-read Mr. King's books frequently. This one is no exception. As always, King's characters are his strongest point. He creates fully fleshed characters that the reader grows to care about or loathe, but is rarely indifferent to. Needful Things slowly ratchets up the tension with the atmosphere of dread. It's a long book but it never seems long when reading it. Recommended.
just one girl
Good book. i'm re-reading all my stephen king books. i was able to read them all in paperback when they first came out--but now my re-reading is done on a kindle with the type set WAY bigger! in my opinion, this book is great but the movie was so much better. king goes on and on in his books and the movies always seem to get to the point quicker and better. still a good read though.
Weernis
I have now read this book twice and found it delivers excitement both times. It is a highly entertaining book and highly recommend it.
Nuadazius
I've read Needful Things a couple times before but couldn't find my copy so i order another. In fact, I've reread a lot of his work. Normally, I order the Ebooks now but it was much cheaper ordering the used book (1st edition) so, go me. Love all books Stephen King except the Gunslinger series, just couldn't get into it. Best storyteller ever and i read a lot.
virus
Some King novels are absolute marvels, others not so much. Better than most horror writers by far but not all of his are white hot blazing infernos. This however is one of those that shame the surface of the Sun!
In my humble opinion, there are two types of stories King does better than anything else -- the quiet, small, personal stories (like "The Body" and "The Shawshank Redemption") and the huge, sprawling, multicharacter epics (like "It" and "The Stand"). "Needful Things," King's farewell to the mythical town of Castle Rock, fits squarely among this second category and is just as good as any previous entrant.
Picking up unresolved characters from a wealth of his other stories (ranging from "The Body" to "The Dark Half" and many more), King weaves a great tale of a small town where emotions run high and grudges don't fade. Enter Leland Gaunt, proprietor of a new shop in town, "Needful Things." Whatever it is you want the most, Gaunt has it -- and for a very fair price. Or so it would seem.
Gaunt somehow knows the history of this town, the old rivalries, the quiet hatreds and the dark secrets, and he uses it to play the various characters against each other, turning the town from a powder keg into a ticking time bomb.
This book has all the King trademarks -- the omniscient devil-figure (Gaunt), the flawed but ultimately noble hero (Sheriff Alan Pangborn), well-realized children and dozens of fleshed out characters that bounce off each other and interact as realistically as anyone you've ever met. At once both dark and hopeful, it's a great read and worth picking up for any King fan.