Duma Key: A Novel (Unabridged)
Written By: Stephen King
Written By: John Slattery
Length:21 hours and 1 min.
Customer Rating :4.19
A dreadful accident takes Edgar Freemantle's proper arm and clambers his memory and his mind, leaving him with little but rage as he begins the ordeal of rehabilitation. When his marriage abruptly finishes, Edgar begins to desire he hadn't survived his injuries. He desires out. His shrink suggests a new life distant from the Twin Cities, along with something different:
"Edgar, does something make you happy?" "I employed to sketch." "Take it up again. You need hedges...hedges from the night."
Edgar leaves for Duma Key, an eerily undeveloped splinter of the Florida shore. The sunshine setting into the Gulf mexico calls out to him, and Edgar attracts. Once he fulfills Elizabeth Eastlake, a ill old lady with roots tangled deep in Duma Key, Edgar begins to paint, occasionally feverishly; several of his paintings have a power that cannot be commanded. When Elizabeth's previous unfolds and the ghosts of her childhood begin to look, the damage of which they're capable is really dreadful.
The tenacity of love, the hazards of inventiveness, the enigmas of recollection, as well as the essence of the supernatural: Stephen King provides us a novel as interesting because it is gripping and terrifying.