The narration leaves something to be desired, but it's not terrible. The story is a timeless one.
I would recommend this book to a friend. It had a good storyline and likeable characters. The flash-forward, flash-back format I could have done without, but that wasn't too big of a deal.
For a story that, at it's core, is incredibly simple, this book is wonderfully complex and captivating. A purchase well made.
I enjoyed the book well enough, but I felt like the story line was porous and not overly plausible. I much preferred Rice's first offering, which wasn't so far-fetched as to grate the psyche.
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