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Kim Reads and Bakes
Kim Reads and Bakes rated it 9 years ago
The way I listened to the audiobook version of this novel narrated by John Slattery didn’t do it justice. Being on holidays, away from home and my usual commuting and exercising habits, I listened in short grabs, either just before going to sleep or when I woke up in the early hours of the morning a...
La Vie en Prose
La Vie en Prose rated it 9 years ago
I almost gave it 4 stars... so, call it 3 1/2?There were a couple of points I wanted to mention:- the main character painted with oils, but there was never mention of how long it takes oils to dry. it was written to sound like the painting would be done, then ready to cover with a sheet in the morn...
Amadan na Briona
Amadan na Briona rated it 9 years ago
It sounds cruel to say this, but I kind of miss the old coke-snorting alcoholic who wrote Cujo and The Shining and The Dead Zone and Misery and a lot of those scary-ass short stories in Skeleton Crew and Night Shift, et al. That doesn't mean I'm not glad that Stephen King sobered up and no doubt ext...
Flicker Reads
Flicker Reads rated it 10 years ago
I think favorite books are often just as much a matter of fate as the quality of the work itself. When I read Farewell to Arms the winter of 2011, I was in just the right place to be awed by Hemingway's novel of love in the midst of war. It's really too bad that Hemingway's reputation so often overs...
TheBecks
TheBecks rated it 13 years ago
I've read a lot of King. I read a lot of King, and this is among his best. I know some people feel that after his accident he lost his touch for the creeping horror that made him famous, but I assure you that is not the case. This book proves that King not only still has it, he's still improving. I ...
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