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Old 08-20-2012, 09:18 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by megthered View Post
The Stand is one of my husband's favorite books but I quit after 100 pages. He wants me to start again, but I have so many other books I really want to read. I may try again, maybe not.
Which version did you try. I've read both, and I prefer the edited first edition version. The unedited version is much longer, wordier, and only has one scene that I think made the story better.

The first published version I found to be very involving and fast-moving. It won't negatively impact your life if you don't read the book at all, but if you want a medium light entertainment, it should suffice.
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