Currently on page 20 of Stephen King's It (about 1100 pages more to go)

"In the geography of Mellon’s face, mountains would rise and continent’s would drift." This is when Webby Garton decides to "rearrange Mellon's face". A rich description of how Mellon is going to get beat up basically. I've never read the fact that someone wants to punch another person in the face in such a visually pleasing and simple way. Also, I love the nature-related metaphor. Stephen King is actually so gooooood, or maybe I need to read more. No but Stephen King is good obviously for many other reasons.