I've been a Stephen King fan for years and haven't been that thrilled with a lot of his past books. Jpyland is right up there in my favorites
.The way you see Dev grow up, his relationship with Mike
I have never listened to him before, but I certainly would again.
Parts made me laugh and cry. When Mike is talking about his illness I cried
This reminds me of older Stephen King. I LOVED it!!!!
A better plit, more believable characters and a lot less of the explict sexual stuff.
Ended it sooner and once again tune down the orgt, references to everyone's bodyily parts.
The beginning of the book. I really thought he had something there. Talking about whay actos and actresses behave
I would have to say revolsion
I could even get to the very end of the book. I just couldn't deal with the stupidy of the characters.
The background of private detective and all the things they do to get information.
Discovering who the killer was! I didn't see that coming
When Strike gives the details of the murder
Yes! I wish I could have
I really loved this book and would enjoy a series!
I'm debating about it.
I was a fan a long time ago, but with descriptions that sometimes seemed to be pages long, I quit reading any of his work. I listened to the first Odd Thomas and could deal with the at times lengthy descriptions, but the dialogue is annoying. I'm not asking to write in a way that appears I never finished primary school, but not in a pompous style.
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