Involves an aging rock-and-roll guitar player and his longtime relationship with an ex-preacher who has lost his faith in God and has turned to experimenting with "secret electricity." It's not the best book I've read by King, but it was nonetheless captivating. The hocus-pocus is mostly crap, and of a predictable type, but the underlying philosophy is rather disturbing. I won't reveal more in case you want to read the book some day.
King uses some elements of carnival culture in this novel, which reminds me of Joyland, which I read not too long ago. It seems that he didn't waste any leftover research from that effort.
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