As with his first book, Paranoia, this book had me hooked from the start. Very real, hard lessons and consequenses of the corporate world as well as how it can spill over into your personal life. Full of twists and turns.
I can't wait for his next book.
I am not always a fan of Stephen King but generally enjoy most of his books. This book seemed to miss its mark somehow. I wasn't 'drawn in' to the characters, the production of the taping was not the best, and the ending was extremely weak - or a good cliff hanger for Cell II.
This was one of those books that I couldn't turn off. The reader was excellent. The story, primarily a love story of sorts, was so compelling that it drew you into the characters and the messes they made of their lives. Nichlas Evans did a fantastic job - can't wait for his next book!
The storyline was engrossing as well as terrifying. It was one of those books I couldn't wait to get back to. The only downfall was the Bostonian accent sounded more like 'Jersey', but if you can look beyond that, it was a very worthy read.
This is a book I will remember for a long time. One, who's story and everyday life, anyone can relate to. It was an endearing story of a Mormon family trying to do their best in what life gives them. The ending was so incredibly done. I particularly enjoyed the author's talk at the end.
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