A story of courage and caring - a vernacular masterpiece. Thanks for keeping it simple - always wins the day. Thank you from Damariscotta, Maine.
I wanted to start reading from iBooks but this book was “formatted incorrectly” and even after uninstalling it and reinstalling it still doesn’t work, other than the fact I can’t read it, it does look good
Again Mr. King touches the heart. A beautiful ode to what matters in life. Expect to shed a tear. Read it.
This book is one of the best book I read in a while, the whole story had me gripped in. A must read
Don’t waste your time or money. Mr King has lost his mojo.
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I’ve read them all....of course. This one, while good...doesn’t shatter any previous heights that’s he’s conquered before.
Still....he’s still writing. Admirable.
His best novella. As uplifting (elevating?) as Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption, but with a wondrous mix of mystery, magic, and heart. It is just the right balm for the times in which we now live.
Possibly the weakest Steven King writing ever. As an avid reader of King, this feels like a hastily put together lecture to those who do not agree with King politically. The main character’s story has potential but it is lost to a diatribe about prejudice of those who differ with King’s view. Being socially liberal I have no problem with the subject matter but King is a much better writer than this, I just disappointed at the lack of effort. It feels lazy and takes advantage of those readers who expect more. I would have liked to have known the preachy content before purchasing.