Imagine waking up one morning and discovering that your entire town is trapped under a giant invisible dome. Well, you'd be either in Springfield (The Simpsons Movie featured a similar plot point) or in Chester's Mill, the Maine (surprise!) hamlet of Stephen King's latest door-stopper of a book. Twice begun and twice aborted early in his career, Under the Dome includes all the expected King flourishes small-town secrets, unnatural shenanigans and many, many, many (more than 1,000) pages. Given that two of King's best books (It and The Stand) are also his longest, expectations are predictably high.
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