Written on: 10/05/2005 by neverclear (1 review written)
The good points include the description of the death scenes, the description/developement of characters, and the descriptions of IT. It was very good, up in Stephen King's Top Ten, following Gerald's Game.
It was a little slow, it is very long and that can often times be Stifling.
Stephen King, It: The story is very well written, very well constructed, and by the middle of the book the reader gets a real sense of the characters and it's hard to put the book down. It's about a bunch of kids who aren't accepted by their classmates, they all find each other and become the "losers". Their old school bully, Henry Bowers, becomes insane and drives to kill them. The sewers are their main concern, however, because what lurks in them can become what you fear the most. In the sewers lurks IT.