The Long Walk
Pages no: 370
, Science Fiction
I’ve only read one of the Bachman Books, and that was Blaze. (Which I don’t really count as a Bachman, just because I’ve seen King talk about Blaze in numerous pieces. But that’s just my opinion.) And admittedly, I picked this up after passing numerous YA dystopia displays and thought, “Man, I just ...
I don't know what to make of this book. It was an easy read (writing wise, not what went on) but I'm left with questions - I hate that. The whole time I was wondering what kind of world this was but it was never really revealed. That being said, the walk itself was describe so well that you felt you...
First sentence: “An old blue Ford pulled into the guarded parking lot that morning, looking like a small, tired dog after a hard run.”P. 99: ” This time it was a boy in a flapping red and white football jersey.”Last sentence: “And when the hand touched his shoulder again, he somehow found the streng...