Say Hello To Uncle Stevie!

Under the Dome Read-along

Guess what? A group of crazy, fun-lovin’ bloggers put this read-along together and if I had not read it earlier, I’d be the first in line to sign-up. Okay, others have already signed up so I would not have been first but you know what I mean.

Although I will not be reading the book again, I have made myself their unofficial cheerleader! And when the miniseries comes out this June, I plan to watch and discuss via Twitter using the hashtag #domealong.

If this sounds like a fun way to spend the summer, then head on over to Coffee and a Book Chick for details!

20 thoughts on “Say Hello To Uncle Stevie!”

  1. TI, I read this one when it first came out, so I won’t be joining either. But, I will be watching the mini-series and I can’t wait to chat about it with you all on twitter 🙂 I saw that King will be on Parade magazine this weekend talking about books.

  2. I’m not a fan of fantasy and sci-fi fiction, but it’s just interesting to see a Steven King novel being adapted into a TV series. I don’t think I’ll be joining the read-along but will be most curious to find out later how this translate into screen. Also, I’m not a fan of Hunger Games, or Games of Thrones either. So … but somehow Steven King seems different. 😉

    1. King’s stuff has been translated to TV before but those efforts were not successful, in my opinion. The Stand for TV was horrible! The Langoliers was also horrible. There have been others but I think I blocked them out. 

  3. I should really join in for this one. I’ve wanted to read it for a while and I bet the audio is great. I did not however know it was being made into an tv series. I hope it’ll show in Canada too.

  4. Thanks for posting this. This will be my first King book. You’re always raving about him so I’m finally going to try him out.

    1. Readers may not all agree on the content he includes in his books, but I think most can agree that he is great storyteller. Under the Dome was really good. His books got a little wonky after his near death experience but I felt Dome was his return to what I remember his writing to be like. 

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