History Literature / TheTalisman

23rd Jan '16 9:56:00 AM nombretomado
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Cowritten by Peter Straub and StephenKing, it touches on elements of King's ''[[Franchise/TheDarkTower Dark Tower]]'' series. It also has a sequel called ''Literature/BlackHouse''.

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Cowritten by Peter Straub and StephenKing, Creator/StephenKing, it touches on elements of King's ''[[Franchise/TheDarkTower Dark Tower]]'' series. It also has a sequel called ''Literature/BlackHouse''.
12th Dec '15 12:52:54 PM nitpickeryandsuch
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* Trauma-Induced Amnesia: [[spoiler: Richard Sloat followed his father to The Territories one night on vacation. It didn't end well...]]

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* Trauma-Induced Amnesia: TraumaInducedAmnesia: [[spoiler: Richard Sloat followed his father to The Territories one night on vacation. It didn't end well...]]
18th Aug '15 9:31:32 PM omnicritic
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* AgentScully: Richard Sloat goes through elaborate lengths to explain away the incresingly supernatural events that Jack brings into his life, ultimately concluding that the blatant magic he encounters is hallucinations caused by dementia. This is broken when he sees an absurdly simple Territories clock (a giant hourglass), and realized that he was incapable of imagining something that simple -if he were to imagine a primitive clock, it would be full of giant gears and extremely complex- that he accepts what happened. This extended, for his entire life up to that point, to an extreme disdain for all forms of fiction (he was a voracious reader, but exclusively in non-fiction), and an ambition to become a research chemist.

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* AgentScully: Richard Sloat goes through elaborate lengths to explain away the incresingly increasingly supernatural events that Jack brings into his life, ultimately concluding that the blatant magic he encounters is hallucinations caused by dementia. This is broken when he sees an absurdly simple Territories clock (a giant hourglass), and realized that he was incapable of imagining something that simple -if he were to imagine a primitive clock, it would be full of giant gears and extremely complex- that he accepts what happened. This extended, for his entire life up to that point, to an extreme disdain for all forms of fiction (he was a voracious reader, but exclusively in non-fiction), and an ambition to become a research chemist.
2nd Nov '14 12:09:45 AM CaiusCaligula
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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Oh god, poor Wolf...]]


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* Trauma-Induced Amnesia: [[spoiler: Richard Sloat followed his father to The Territories one night on vacation. It didn't end well...]]
2nd Nov '14 12:02:31 AM CaiusCaligula
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* WhamLine: [[spoiler: "Dat Poiple Jesus you drinkin', boy?"]]
2nd Oct '14 9:24:46 PM coinneach
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* AgentScully: Richard Stoat goes through elaborate lengths to explain away the incresingly supernatural events that Jack brings into his life, ultimately concluding that the blatant magic he encounters is hallucinations caused by dementia. This is broken when he sees an absurdly simple Territories clock (a giant hourglass), and realized that he was incapable of imagining something that simple -if he were to imagine a primitive clock, it would be full of giant gears and extremely complex- that he accepts what happened. This extended, for his entire life up to that point, to an extreme disdain for all forms of fiction (he was a voracious reader, but exclusively in non-fiction), and an ambition to become a research chemist.

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* AgentScully: Richard Stoat Sloat goes through elaborate lengths to explain away the incresingly supernatural events that Jack brings into his life, ultimately concluding that the blatant magic he encounters is hallucinations caused by dementia. This is broken when he sees an absurdly simple Territories clock (a giant hourglass), and realized that he was incapable of imagining something that simple -if he were to imagine a primitive clock, it would be full of giant gears and extremely complex- that he accepts what happened. This extended, for his entire life up to that point, to an extreme disdain for all forms of fiction (he was a voracious reader, but exclusively in non-fiction), and an ambition to become a research chemist.
1st Sep '14 11:26:05 PM Gnoman
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* AgentScully: Richard Stoat goes through elaborate lengths to explain away the incresingly supernatural events that Jack brings into his life, ultimately concluding that the blatant magic he encounters is hallucinations caused by dementia. This is broken when he sees an absurdly simple Territories clock (a giant hourglass), and realized that he was incapable of imagining something that simple -if he were to imagine a primitive clock, it would be full of giant gears and extremely complex- that he accepts what happened. This extended, for his entire life up to that point, to an extreme disdain for all forms of fiction (he was a voracious reader, but exclusively in non-fiction), and an ambition to become a research chemist.
27th Mar '14 7:44:57 AM kaiyabeck
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** Gardener/Osmond have an even bigger one when their sons die. [[FreakOut They don't recover.]]

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** Gardener/Osmond have an even bigger one when their sons die.are killed by Jack. [[FreakOut They don't recover.]]
27th Mar '14 7:44:23 AM kaiyabeck
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** Gardener/Osmond has another one when their sons die. [[FreakOut They don't recover.]]

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** Gardener/Osmond has another have an even bigger one when their sons die. [[FreakOut They don't recover.]]
27th Mar '14 7:43:03 AM kaiyabeck
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** Gardener/Osmond has another one when their sons die. [[FreakOut They don't recover.]]
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