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En esta espectacular colaboración entre padre e hijo, Stephen King y Owen King nos ofrecen la historia más arriesgada de cuantas han contado hasta ahora: ¿qué pasaría si las mujeres abandonaran este mundo?
En un futuro tan real y cercano que podría ser hoy, cuando las mujeres se duermen, brota de su cuerpo una especie de capullo que las aísla del exterior. Si las despiertan
Published February 1st 2018 by Plaza & Janes (first published September 26th 2017)
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Bob GrayTrying so hard to get through the next 200 pages. This book has been pretty awful from the start. This would have been a decent novella, not a novel.…moreTrying so hard to get through the next 200 pages. This book has been pretty awful from the start. This would have been a decent novella, not a novel. Evie's palms, the same as Flagg's in The Stand? Stupid.(less)
Chris MillerIT and The Shining are my favorites of his but don't overlook Gerald's Game or Needful Things. Hell, MOST of his books I enjoy very much. But IT is…moreIT and The Shining are my favorites of his but don't overlook Gerald's Game or Needful Things. Hell, MOST of his books I enjoy very much. But IT is truly incredible, and The Shining remains one of the scariest books I've ever read.(less)
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Apr 04, 2017Shelby *trains flying monkeys* rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Shelves: the-king, read-2017, liburry-book, appalachia, puppysquisher, the-trolls-will-come, end-of-the-world
1.5 stars rounded up.unless I get pissed off writing this review and just one star the thing.
I'm not really going to go into the blurb or storyline. You can read that yourself or one of the many reviews that will come for this book. All the women have gone to sleep and all the men are acting a dang fool wondering who is going to feed them in an hour. That's my take on it.
Now for the things I liked. Which is not much.
First off, Stephen King is and pretty much will always be.My favorite author.
Jun 09, 2017Emily May rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Once a serious conflict commences—a fight to the death—objective reality is quickly lost in the smoke and noise.
Also, many of those who could have added their own accounts were dead.

As I was reading Sleeping Beauties, I was trying to find the words in my mind to sum up what I felt about the story - and Stephen King's stories in general - but then I got to the Authors' Note and discovered that they had done it for me: 'If a fantasy novel is to be believable, the details underpinning it must be
Oct 17, 2017Matthew rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Shelves: mystery, library, suspense, gr_awards_2018, horror, 2017
The story of people in a remote town trapped by mysterious circumstances . . . no, wait, that's Under the Dome!
How about . . . the story of a mysterious disease and the fight between good and evil . . . darn it! That's The Stand!
One more try . . . the story of a magical prisoner who . . . ah, crap, I give up . . . that's The Green Mile!
Anyway, this is a pretty good book that brings back a lot of themes from earlier King novels. I have seen some places where people say they can tell the parts whe
Oct 03, 2017Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
I loved the tree and animals and that's all I'm saying!
There is a reference to a dead cat and a Mercedes. I might have missed some more but I caught those two and King fans will know where those references come from =)
There are a lot of characters in this book and I loved most of them! Evie was freaking awesome! I can't even think of all of them because I didn't make any notes! I was so enthralled every time I picked up this book to read on it that I didn't write anything down. So, I'm just go
Oct 05, 2017Chelsea Humphrey rated it it was ok · review of another edition
That's it?
16 days later and I'm FINALLY finished. I feel completely drained by this book and hope to write a review in the next week, but for now I think it's safe to say I didn't feel this was one of King's stronger books. I'll gather my notes together and hopefully make a compelling argument for why this didn't work well for me.
Mar 12, 2017Edward Lorn rated it it was ok · review of another edition
How does it feel to be a gender and not a person?
Buckle in, ladies and gentleman, we're gonna be here for a while. I have a lot of coming-to-grips to do with this book and you're about to watch me decide whether or not I like it, almost in real-time. Let's do this.
This is a smart book. It's not a good read, but it is smart. Let's face it, if smart books made for good reading, David Foster Wallace would outsell James Patterson.. (does that mean Patterson writes good reads? Fuck, stop. Let's rewo
Sep 26, 2017Perry rated it did not like it · review of another edition
Best Let Sleeping Beauties Lie
Completely revised on 10/18/17
Stephen King, who recently turned 70, has written a phenomenal fifty plus bestsellers. Regrettably, 'Sleeping Beauties,' a writing collaboration with his younger son Owen that may seem touching in the paternal sense, fails to plunge the reader into the type of heart-thumping chills and page-flipping thrills that casual King fans crave. Rather, the novel proves itself a tiresome, often grandiose, fantasy-soapbox that is sure to please on
Oct 16, 2017Emily (Books with Emily Fox) rated it liked it · review of another edition
3.5? Not sure yet!
In a world where women have fallen asleep in cocoons, the men are left to figure things out. The premise was super intriguing but I'm not 100% sure I'm happy with the ending.
This book contained a lot of characters. A LOT. I did appreciate most of the feminist views included although it sometimes bordered on the 'm'lady hat tipping' side.
This book also featured one of my new most hated character of all time! Congrats Don Peters, you're a POS! :D
I'll probably update this review
Sep 29, 2017Suzanne rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
I love King books because they are insanely freaky and crazy! This time you get that entertainment from two Kings and it was so amusing. You have a fantasy (with some sci-fi vibes) about a world where most of the women have fallen asleep and have been cocooned leaving the world to a wide variety of male characters. Both the male and female characters are written so well and amusing.
Overall, yes it is a 700+ page book but it is worth it for that slow burn that keeps you interested. It's a King b
Mar 31, 2018Justin Tate rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Stephen King is a god, but this book is a slog. I support quality father-son bonding, though, so for that I feel less guilty about wasting $20 and 20+ hours of my life on it. But please, please don't waste your time. Not unless you've read every other word by SK. It's by far his worst effort to date.
It took me about 4 months to read the first half. I realized then that if I was ever going to finish it I'd have to do the audiobook. That helped a lot. My one positive comment is that Sleeping Beaut
Oct 08, 2017Johann (jobis89) rated it really liked it · review of another edition
'Sometimes you get what you want, but mostly you get what you get.'
A strange epidemic spreads across the world wherein once all the women fall asleep they become cocooned in an unusual waxy material. Disruption or tearing upon of this cocoon will cause the female inside to act in a homicidal manner. Sleeping Beauties focuses on the events occurring in a small town, Dooling, West Virginia, and in particular Clint and Lila Norcross, Clint being the psychiatrist in the local female prison, and Lila
Oct 31, 2017Kemper rated it liked it · review of another edition
Shelves: horror, 2017, apocalypse-now, spooky-powers, uncle-stevie
This is a review of a Stephen King (& Son) novel being posted on Halloween. SPPOOOOKKKKYYYY!!
Eh….Not so much.
Around the world all the women who fall asleep become enveloped by mysterious cocoons that form almost instantly once they go night-night, and they aren’t waking up. They’re still alive, but if anyone tries to cut or tear open a cocoon the lady inside will pop awake in a psychotic rage in which she’ll immediately try to murder anyone around and then will immediately fall asleep and be
Nov 30, 2018Lisa rated it really liked it · review of another edition
I'm so glad that I have this book a chance. I had read so many meh reviews, that I just kept putting it off. I should know better than that! I loved this book! I don't think I've been this satisfied with a King book in many years. Yes, I liked The Outsider, and Kings recent trilogy, but they just weren't quite weird enough for me. Sleeping Beauties felt like a King book of old. I don't know or care who did the majority of the writing here. Father or son? Either/both, the thing was a winner for m..more
Sep 29, 2017Celeste rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Shelves: dystopian, favorites, horror, magical-realism, paranormal
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I’ll probably never look at moths the same way again.
What would happen to the world if half of the population went to sleep and never woke up? And how would that reaction differ if the population was divided by gender, and all of the sleepers were females? How would men handle a world without women?
I’ve been intrigued by this book since the cover art was released, and immediately put myself on hold for it at my local library. I was super exc
Mar 08, 2018Matt rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Having long been a fan of Stephen King, I was curious to tackle this novel, which pairs the King of Horror with his Prince of Thrills (?), Owen. Working together on this massive piece, the reader is able to see the Kings’ respective writing styles and notice how well they mesh together. In the town of Dooling, the discovery of two meth cooks are found murdered seems to be a day like any other, though a stranger may be behind this bloody mess. Normalcy ends in this community when women around the..more
Dec 12, 2017Zoeytron rated it liked it · review of another edition
Quick! Would someone please pass me the No-Doze? The ladies in Sleeping Beauties could have used it, but I needed a double dose my own bad self before it was over.
This started out strong and had me wondering why so many of my GR buddies were less than enchanted with it. I get it now. It wasn't a total snooze-fest, but overall it was a disappointing read for this particular Constant Reader.
Dec 15, 2017Sophia Triad rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Shelves: afterlife, 1paranormal-lovestories, 4fantasy-lovestories, thriller
Not bad..Not bad at all..
A moth flutters from the branch of the old oak tree and settles on her hand
It's been a while since I read a book by Stephen King. Until a few years ago (okay I think it was possibly 20 years ago when I was a teenager hahaha), he was by far my favourite author. My second favourite author was Clive Barker. I used to read so many horror books and I did not mind at all the fact that King was considered an entertainer, not really a quality author. If you wanted to read q
Oct 30, 2017Debra rated it really liked it · review of another edition
3.5 stars
Somewhere in the future in an Appalachian town of Dooling (is this a spoof on drooling which one might do when they fall asleep?), women are falling asleep and being cocooned in a sticky white substance. Psst..don't wake them. No one likes to be waken from a deep sleep, especially the women in this book who become violent once awoken. This is a big book so I am not going to give a big synopsis on it. The long and short of it is this: women are falling asleep, those not asleep yet are
Apr 22, 2018Becky

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rated it did not like it · review of another edition
Shelves: apocalyptic-types, disappointing, horror, politicalish, bookclub_njsk, ebook_kindle, 2018, fantasy, multi-dimensional, reviewed
Sigh. I think that my Constant Reader card is going to be revoked soon. Of King's last 5 books, the best rating that I was able to give was a 'It was good, I guess..' 3 star. One I thought was absolute shit, and I'm pretending absolute shit's two sequels just don't exist so I don't have to read them.
Then there's this book. Holy hell. I have issues with this book, oh yes indeed. This was a collaboration between Stephen and Owen King (SK's youngest child), and I don't think it was an altogether
Apr 01, 2017Morgannah marked it as to-read · review of another edition
An official picture of the manuscript! GIVE IT TO ME!!!
Sep 06, 2017Sandy *The world could end while I was reading and I would never notice* rated it liked it · review of another edition
Shelves: contemporary-fiction, 2017, fantasy, favourite-author, 3-star, own
EXCERPT: The Avon Lady who was not the Avon Lady walked away from the trailer and back toward the meth lab. The smell of propane grew stronger with each step until the air was rancid with it. Her footprints appeared behind her, white and small and delicate, shapes that came from nowhere and seemed to be made of milkweed fluff. The hem of her borrowed shirt fluttered around her long thighs.
In front of the shed she plucked up a piece of paper caught in a bush. At the top, in big blue letters, it
Oct 07, 2017Jilly rated it liked it · review of another edition
Shelves: yay-feminism, characters-i-want-to-torture-maim, thrillers
I'm rating this middle-of-the-road because the stuff I liked about the book I really liked, but the stuff I hated I really hated.
Stephen King really gets you inside the characters heads and creates complex characters. I had strong feelings about many of the characters.
There were too many damn characters. There was a cast of characters at the beginning of the book that had over 70 people listed. I was like, do I really need to study this before reading? Is this going to be on the tes
Oct 13, 2017Ashley Daviau rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
I've been waiting anxiously for this book for so long and it was most definitely worth the wait! It definitely wasn't a classic King horror story but I was drawn in from the start and quickly fell in love with the characters and the story.
I'm always wary of collaborations, too often they come out stilted and awkward. But that was far from the case with Sleeping Beauties. It was absolutely seamless, I couldn't pick out what was Stephen and what was Owen even if I tried!
The whole idea of the sto
Jun 11, 2018Carol rated it liked it · review of another edition
Shelves: published-2017, read-2018, fantasy, chunkster, stephen-king

After recently reading THE OUTSIDER and absolutely 5 Staring it, my first impression of SLEEPING BEAUTIES is that it didn't sound or feel like there was much of a Stephen King presence here, albeit found this early quote pretty cool...

'The Black Angel came up from the roots and down from the branches. Her fingers are death and her hair is full of cobwebs and dream is her kingdom.'

There are bunches of characters here, but no worries..a complete listing is provided up front an

Sep 26, 2017Sh3lly marked it as wish-list · review of another edition
Oh come on, 720 pages?!
Oct 10, 2017Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror added it · review of another edition
Shelves: did-not-finish, king, season-of-horror-2017
I'm not going to finish this book; at least right now. Maybe I'll be more tolerant of the slow pacing, exorbitant cast of characters and weak plot line, later. Although I doubt it. I was 450ish pages into a 700 page novel and my suspicion is that this book was more of an Owen King effort instead of Papa King.
I didn't see Stephen's fingerprints on this AT ALL. This book had no teeth, no edge, no bite.
This wouldn't be the first time I DNF'd a King book, so I don't feel bad about it. He has so m
Oct 12, 2017Mindi rated it it was ok · review of another edition
*This review contains spoilers, so stop right here if you haven't read Sleeping Beauties yet.*
OK, so yes, I've been putting off writing this review. Some knob on Instagram even @ Stephen King for my picture that discussed why I didn't love it. I wanted to love it. It's Stephen Effing King, and I really wanted to love it, but I didn't. And I think it's because this book is more Owen than Stephen.
Full disclosure, I have never read Owen King. I don't know his writing style. But I do know Stephen Ki
Feb 13, 2018Mohammed Arabey rated it really liked it · review of another edition
The Stand/Under the Dome Mash-up.
Yet still creative, enjoyable Epic.
ماذا لو استيقظ الرجال كلهم ذات يوم، ولم يصح النساء أبدا
نعم، هن.المتحرش بهن، المضطهدات، حاملات كل الأعباء المنزلية بل والحياتية
لكن دونهن، لن يقود الرجال العالم إلا للفناء
يبدو ان ستيفين كينج وصل لمرحلة 'نحت' نفسه
فتلك الرواية ستشعر أنها تحمل نفس ملامح روايتين من أضخم رواياته
ولكنها خلطة ناجحة طالما تم إعادة تدوير الفكرة بشكل جديد مبتكر..والأهم أن تناسب العصر
الوقفة هنا تخص الأنثي..المرأة.في زمن تصاعد فيه كشف فضائح التحرش، الاضطها
Oct 03, 2017Mandy rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
I loved this book!!
Not really a surprise as I love Stephen King's work, but it was actually a little surprising to me how much I loved it.
When release day for this book came round, I was sick at home so I ordered it online, and it arrived the next day. When I saw how big it actually was I kind of baulked a little, but soon started reading. The cast of characters listed at the beginning of the book scared me. I prefer less characters in a book like this not the whole town, but luckily quite a fe
Dec 19, 2017Lyn rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Very pleasantly surprised.
Oh I knew it would be good, at least I hoped so. I’ve read some “collaborations” that seemed after a few pages read to be written almost entirely by the lesser known writer, then the book selling author would make some notes, some suggestions and stand by waiting for the royalties check.
Also … 700 pages? Really? I started with some trepidation, afraid that I would like the beginning and then slog through the long middle pages praying for the end to come.
But to both, I c
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