The spotting of the third person in the crowd was a 'tell' for me. Mr. Wasson was great and the story was OK. I would not discourage any King fan from this story because there is a message here.
The narrators were excellent especially Julia who does snarky to perfection. At first I wished he would speak faster but after a few chapters that was over. You cannot out guess this author as to what Amy is up to at all. My question is....when is the sequel coming out....don't leave us hanging.
In four words..........Oh, how they danced! Mr. Wasson brought it all to life!
I was totally involved in this book. The story was excellent with plot turns you could never see coming. The story so held your attention and the characters were so fleshed out you could picture them as you listened. And, of course, the capltivating voice of Mr. Brick holds your attention to the very last word. In my wildest imagination I never saw the story end the way it did....brilliant!
No one seems to be able to get Dean to do a sequel and while it is understandable I cannot be the only one who wonders what is next for Del and Tommy. This book is just so much fun and Koontz's description of the characters is perfection.
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