King talked about the sequel to his 1977 novel The Shining last year, even reading a section from the manuscript during an appearance at George Madison University. The sequel, Dr. Sleep, finds Danny Torrance grown up and working in hospice. One can only imagine what this type of work would bring to a man who shines (has the ability to see the dead or events that have passed away). Danny was only a child during the first book and dealt with things as only a child can--fear and the typical ambiguity during distracted play. I'm curious to see how Danny, the adult, reconciles his shine.
If you haven't read the first book, or if you haven't read it in years, I'd recommend picking up a copy and preparing yourself for the coming Dr. Sleep.