Read Insomnia Online Free - Ralph Roberts, a sus setenta años y tras la muerte de su mujer, siente que su vida se acaba. ¿Es acaso posible que su reciente viudez, unida a un persistente insomnio, sea la causa de esa nueva sensibilidad visual que, poco a poco, le permite ver el más allá de las personas? A Ralph le preocupa este hecho, no menos que el súbito e inexplicable comportamiento, irracional y violento, de algunos de sus vecinos. Bajo la calma superficie de la pequeña ciudad de Derry, algo parece estar cambiando. Y no para bien.
Con Insomnia, King vuelve a mostrarse como el gran maestro en revelar el lado oscuro de la realidad.
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April 25, 2008
If you find yourself with an afternoon to kill...read a magazine. If, however, you need to occupy yourself on a voyage to Mars, pick up "Insomnia."
It is, however, quite good.
"Insomnia" begins as Ralph Roberts, a pleasant, not-too-cantankerous gentleman in his 70s, watches his beloved w...
February 07, 2017
This was an official Pantless group side-read with those splendid cullys (a big shout-out to our newest member, baby Ryder!!!) of the Dark Tower Buddy read group…
…and that was pretty much the only thing that got me through this labored read.
This was a DNF the first time I tried to read it and it...
November 24, 2007
This book is not for everyone. For one its over 700 pages long. Another reason is that it deals with what some people say is uncomfortable topics:abortion, mental illness, domestic abuse and the afterlife and possible alternate worlds.
Another reason why this book is unique and different from othe...
April 08, 2015
Prefatory Matters: I lost a twenty-year-old book during this reread. Most of you have the seen the picture of my gutted hardcover copy of Insomnia. If you haven’t I’ll include it at the end of this post as well. Total loss of containment, folks. About thirty pages loosed themselves from the glue...
June 09, 2016
A reread on the journey to the Dark Tower...
I read this a few years back and gave it a one star rating, I feel I may have been a bit harsh. This book has a lot going for it and is quite important in the Stephen King universe.
The characters are great, it's nice to see older characters for a chan...
November 05, 2008
I HATED it. Extremely long-winded and convoluted. Horrible, absolutely horrible. Probably his most pointless story ever.
This is when I knew Stephen King had lost his awesome writing powers and I can't really bring myself to read him again. Bad enough I had to suffer through Black House, and then...
December 26, 2011
I saw somewhere that Insomnia is considered by some to be one of King's "problem" books. I'm not sure what's meant by that tag, though for me the "problem" eventually would become that I didn't think of the book as a horror novel. It started out strongly, with a likable 70 year old everyman, Ralp...
September 12, 2015
"You may not know it, but shape-changing is a time-honored custom in Derry.”
Audiobook – Narrated by – Eli Wallach – A good narration except for the background music. At times I couldn’t even hear Wallach’s voice, so in the end I gave up.
When I read Insomnia the first time, many years ago...
November 30, 2014
You either love it or hate it.
I'm obviously of the earlier persuasion.
Review soonish. Maybe.
5 ninja bunnehs with balloon strings
February 12, 2017
“It's a long way back to Eden, Sweetheart, so don't sweat the small stuff.”
This book does a weird thing books generally don't do - it starts well but keeps getting progressively worse as the length keeps unmercifully chugging away. I was into it for the first 200 pages although little was happeni...