Dark unforgettable classic
The futuristic story, spooky plot and overall depth of the story.
Good change in tone for various characters
Yes - after it really got rolling.
The review said this book was like a Stephen King novel and it was right! Hard to believe this book is 60+ years old, but easy to understand why it is on every classic book list. This is the kind of book that you keep thinking about long after you have read it and raises the bar on the types of book you will want to read.
Doubtful - would have to have more patience
He sounds like the guy that plays Frasier.
The interrogation with the security guard - no one would've ever tried to make up such a silly lie to get out of it.
This book begins like a scene from Office Space with a shallow loser for the main character getting into trouble at work. He is then blackmailed into an incredulous plot of corporate espionage and after 2-3 hours, I couldn't take it any longer.
The story telling exchange between the past and present and the variety of performers.
Good murder mystery, like watching a good show that is entertaining, but not so deep that you dwell on it for weeks compared with other books (e.g., 1984).
The performance was by far one of the best - great character and outstanding read from Robert Petkoff.
Sharp witty portrayal
Not have so many of the same themes and characters that that King has over done
The man in black seems like he has done before in The Stand, and felt like Tommyknockers - an intriguing story that leads to dumb ending. After reading 5-6 King books, the madness and super natural forces of good and evil and all that comes with it starts to feel like a formula that will eventually disappoint.
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