Saturday, January 10, 2015

Insomnia by Stephen King

Stephen King
1994, Signet, New York

Sixty-something year old Ralph begins to suffer from insomnia shortly after the death of his wife. And then he starts seeing coloured auras around people, and stumbles onto a whole other world beyond normal vision.

Stephen King is always a good read, and this is no exception. It's a great premise, and quite suspenseful. I read this in my first week in Iceland, it's so nice to have time to read again. If I was at home, working, a 600-page book would take months to read.

1 comment:

Mozette said...

I remember reading this book down the coast one year; but I couldn't bring it home as it didn't fit in my suitcase.

A great book! I loved it!