Unlike some of his books, which end weaker than they started, this one maintains great writing
to the end. My only complaint is that the villian has to be the familiar southern crazy.
But other than that slight fault, this is his best in years.
Encompasses more than just the horror of our worst natures, but is also an eccological warning.
We are all under the dome.
If only the universe were really like this. But perhaps it is, somewhere. I found this book very entertaining, and have enjoyed the previous books as well. I hope Audible will soon add the next in the series to its collection.
Unlike his show, this is only sometimes funny, and is mostly tedious and boring.
A combination of Phillip K Dick and Raymond Chandler, it has great
writing and is excellently read. Thanks for including this book
in your line-up.
Obviously its not great literature like Tolkien, which it borrows from, but it is far more entertaining than Robert Jordan"s wearily drawn out muddle.
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