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  • Just Sayin'
    LOST Book Club - LBC

    SPOILER NOTICE - YOU MAY WANT TO AVOID THIS BLOG UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THIS BOOK

    "The Stand" is a post-apocalyptic horror/fantasy novel by Stephen King

    This story is about the total breakdown and destruction of society through widespread violence, the failure of martial law to contain an outbreak, and eventually the death of virtually the entire population.


    Disc 7 of Lost: The Complete Second Season (DVD) comments that the table where writers brainstorm for new episodes of LOST is “never without a copy of The Stand”.

    J.J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse repeatedly hint at the importance of the book in their molding of the show on multiple interviews and podcasts.

    In the official podcast on Novemer 6th, 2006, C…


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  • Just Sayin'
    LOST Book Club - LBC

    SPOILER NOTICE - YOU MAY WANT TO AVOID THIS BLOG UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THIS BOOK

    "The Dark Tower" is the seventh book in "The Dark Tower" series by Stephen King.

    This story begins with Jake Chambers and Father Callahan battling the evil infestation within the Dixie Pig, a vampire lounge in New York City featuring roasted human flesh and doors to other worlds.


    Although this book is part of "The Dark Tower" series, it is not specifically referenced in LOST. However, there may still be some comparisons and analogies to draw upon with LOST and other books included in Lostpedia's Literary Works.


    Stephen King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy ficti…



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  • Just Sayin'
    LOST Book Club - LBC

    SPOILER NOTICE - YOU MAY WANT TO AVOID THIS BLOG UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THIS BOOK

    The "Song of Susannah" is the sixth book in "The Dark Tower" series by Stephen King.

    Taking place mainly in our world New York City and East Stoneham, Maine, this book picks up where "Wolves of the Calla" left off, with the ka-tet employing the help of the Manni to open the magic door inside Doorway Cave.


    There are story similarities found in the LOST event of The Incident and episode 316 S5E6.

    The saying "Great minds, think alike", comes to mind when considering the similarity of ideas in LOST episode Follow the Leader S5E15.


    Stephen King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and…



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  • Just Sayin'
    LOST Book Club - LBC

    SPOILER NOTICE - YOU MAY WANT TO AVOID THIS BLOG UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THIS BOOK

    "The Waste Lands" is the third book in "The Dark Tower" series by Stephen King

    The three gunslingers follow the Path of the Beam inland to Mid-World. The subtitle of this novel is REDEMPTION.


    There are some similarities to be drawn with LOST episode, The Constant. S4E5


    Stephen King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy fiction.

    "This third volume of the tale is gratefully dedicated to my son OWEN PHILIP KING: Khef, Ka, and Ka-tet." by Stephen King


    "A heap of broken images, where the sun heats.

    And the dead tree gives no shelter, the cricket no relief,

    And the dry stone…




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  • Just Sayin'
    LOST Book Club - LBC

    SPOILER NOTICE - YOU MAY WANT TO AVOID THIS BLOG UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THE DARK TOWER SERIES

    One of the first books to discuss with the LOST Book Club. Please post your comments here, so we can keep this discussion all together.

    Thanks!

    --Just Sayin' 20:25, July 19, 2010 (UTC)


    "The Gunslinger", a 1978 novel by Stephen King can be seen next to Ben's bed in "The Man from Tallahassee". S3/E13

    The story centers upon "the gunslinger," who has been chasing after his adversary, "the man in black," for many years.


    Stephen King (born September 21, 1947) is an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy fiction.

    Stephen Kings Inspiration: Robert Browning's Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came …



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  • Desmondd

    What is your favorite maincharacter? And what maincharacter dead is your favorite( We'll say that Lapidus is dead)?

    My favorite is Lapidus. Absolutly. I realy dont hope he's dead.

    The saddest dead was Charlie og Lapidus.

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  • DeCarta

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    March 14, 2010 by DeCarta

    Let's be realistic: When the series ends, the producers will: a)Leave us to come up with our own answers for all the little mysteries that there was never time to solve (ex. How Libby wound up in the nuthouse), or b)Start a series of novels, covering the material that was never covered in the show (a la Star Wars). Maybe both. I say, that if they do leave the mysteries to us, we should all get together (on this blog, of course) and come up with our own answers to the little mysteries, if only to satisfy our own rampant curiosities. For example, I recently decided that the Hostiles built the rope bridge, but eventually moved away from the area, leaving it to fall into disrepair until it was broken when Charlie stepped on it.

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