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I see how some of the people reviewed the way they reviewed but I say Keene does it again for me. I don't think he can do any wrong. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Taylor Stevens
¿Poorman's The Dome?... No way, perhaps not so ambitious, but far more satisfying than King's one. Recommended.Published 6 months ago by Alvaro G.
Great premise and pace. There is some awkward style issues on the storytelling side that occasionally gets in the way of the story itself. But generally it's a solid read.Published 14 months ago by Jonathan
It takes a lot to scare me. A LOT. And this book scared the s*** out of me. It wasn't the bloodiest or most violent. It didn't have horrendous acts of iniquity, or gross-outs. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Evan Dean Whipple Jr.
I really didn't get a grip on this one, and more important; it didn't get a grip on me. It was pretty much the same from beginning to end, with little changes. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Varjagr
I've read a few of Brian Keene's books (The Rising, City of the Dead, Ghoul, & Castaways) so I knew what to expect from the author and had enjoyed what I'd already read from him. Read morePublished 19 months ago by coachtim
If you read or watched last summer's mini-series, Under the Dome, this is similar in nature, but oh-so-much-better. Take a chance and pick up this book. Read morePublished 21 months ago by William R. Hull
Terrible pointless book. Don't waste your time. It was the same from beginning to end. Nothing learned, nothing saved, nothing changed. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Un Satisfied