Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 1996
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
Warning, this review is full of spoilers, and I didn't feel like trying to figure out where they all were and hiding them individually. So don't read if you don't want to be spoiled. I was disappointed when I read this book for the first time, not long after its publication. I was still a very sh...
Audience: Adult Format: Audiobook/Owned "Thinner," the old Gypsy man with the rotting nose whispers to William Halleck as Halleck and his wife, Heidi, come out of the courthouse. - first sentence I've been listening to Stephen King books on audio recently. All of them have been re-reads and I ...
It's weird. I think I may have read this book before, but now after finishing it this weekend, I have doubts. I maybe just watched the movie and that's where I was recalling most of my information from. I honestly don't like the Bachman books that much that Stephen King wrote. I recall "The Long Wal...
Synopsis: “You can’t do anything…It’s gone too far. You understand, Halleck? Too…far.”Attorney Billy Halleck seriously enjoys living his life of upper-class excess. He’s got it all—an expensive home in Connecticut, a loving family…and fifty extra pounds that his doctor repeatedly warns will be the ...
Thinner is one of Stephen King's Richard Bachman books, the handful of books that he wrote in the late seventies to mid-eighties and published using the Bachman pseudonym. Why did the best selling author in the world publish under a pseudonym? Well, depending on what you read or what you choose to...