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!!!!
The narrative was grated on my nerves. I'm going to try again it tomorrow, but I only lasted half and hour today.
I think the whole process of the narrative is wrong.
I don't think it's the narrator. I believe it's just the set up
You never know
Yes! You wondered when they would run into each other again, the different "after effects" and just how would this end.
This WILL become a Stephen King classic, must read!
Getting to know all of the characters and how relationships, whether close or in passing, effect each person.
I don't really know
He is very talented. You could tell which character was which at any part of the story.
I thought it was pretty good.
In a way I felt that in trying to move from what was considered "kid's" stories, Harry Potter, she over used vulagar language. I am by no means a prude, but sometimes the vulgarity seemed forced.
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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