LA Times: Stephen King brings back son of 'The Shining' in 'Doctor Sleep'
'[E]verything that goes around comes around,' King writes. 'Maybe it's luck or maybe it's fate, but either way, it comes back around.' What he's saying is that we can't escape the past, but while that may be true, it also leaves the novel burdened with a certain narrative inevitability.
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