Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 1992
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
One of McCammon's weaker efforts IMHO. The characters are too black and white and two-dimensional and don't live for me. I didn't care enough about any of them. This is usually McCammon's strength. The plot is not as rich as McCammon usually makes it either. He usually has multiple threads with...
Well then. I have a feeling that this probably wasn't the best of McCammon's books to start with... or, at least I hope that's the case. I was less than impressed with this one for much of the time it took to get through it, and while I guess it was interesting enough (as in I was interested enough ...
Review edited 10.14.13.I am a HUGE Robert McCammon fan. Since his older works are all becoming available as e-books now, I'm trying to re-read everything of McCammon's that I read as a teenager. Lucky for me, these stories stand the test of time.Mystery Walk is the story of two boys. One of Choctaw ...
Mystery Walk has everything I love in a story: coming of age characters, good vs. evil, ghosts, suspense, scares... Like all of McCammon's works, Mystery Walk is a huge story I was able to lose myself in.
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