As a philosophical and a religious person I found this book very intriguing. I don't know what conclusions to draw on the validity of any of the claims made in the book, but I do believe that the experiences shared are believed to be real by those that shared them and they offer some very interesting insights into the hereafter.
This is an interesting twist on the first story but feels a little contrived. The first is still the best of the three.
If you aren't a teenage girl, there is nothing in this book that you can identify with or find entertaining.
I think everyone has at some point fantasized about leaving the world behind and going on the road. Becoming a drifter, or an explorer of urban america. This is a story about someone who actually did it. This is the perfect form of escapism.
As mentioned in the title of this review, the author's drab style of writing and narrating gets old about halfway through the book. At a certain point I felt like I was hearing the same story just in different settings with different characters over and over again.
No. I don't find his style entertaining anymore after this book.
I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys Stephen King. It takes fantasy/sci-fi into the world of alternate history and all the while you don't realize you're reading a love story.
Very similar narrative and atmosphere as Insomnia.
Craig Wasson - he was the perfect pick to narrate this book.
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