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Wonderful story, masterfully written, made characters real and caused reader to sympathize with the devil. Looking forward to my next Joe Hill book.Published 7 hours ago by Tonia Wilczynski
Great story by the son of the master, Stephen King. I've read a couple of his books and he doesn't disappoint. Distinctly different to his father's style.Published 9 days ago by John Spencer
Joe Hill has inherited his father's creative genius and incomparable writing style.Published 11 days ago by CB
Another great story from Hill. Horns will keep you reading to the fiery conclusion. Can't wait to start another Hill book.Published 17 days ago by Kate M.
Love this book Joe Hill is an amazing author the story jumps off the page!Published 19 days ago by liztakesphotos
Very engrossing book. Tried it because the author is the son of my favorite author, Stephen King. He writes a lot like his dad and I was not disappointed!Published 21 days ago by Cathy
First book of Joe Hill's I have read and I loved it. The characters are amazing and the horns in the story are a fresh and interesting plot device. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Marcus Key
This is just awful. Like his father Stephen King, this guy takes a really interesting idea and just kills it with heavy handed, ham fisted storytelling. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Julia Wilson
Read this book as a book club "assignment" and will never read another book by this author; if I could give a rating in the minus numbers, sign me up. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
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|Horns (Film) (2013/2014) | Starring Daniel Radcliffe as "Ig"||
I'm glad I read the book first, but in watching the preview I believe it most likely will do the book justice. I love it when I watch a book-based movie and find that it looks exactly as I pictured it while reading, this is the case with the "horns" teaser, I can't wait to watch the... Read More
Jul 16, 2014 by Kare bear | See all 2 posts
|Will this be out on Kindle?||
Kindle books are sometimes released up to two months after the hardcover release. This, they say, is to preserve hardcover sales. That seems a little silly to me. By my calculations, the publishers make significantly higher profits on Kindle books. No marteials. No postage. No handling.
Mar 21, 2010 by Russell G. Moore | See all 2 posts
|Wow, Paperback of Horns Cheaper Than Kindle Edition?||
I was also surprised to see that. Why, when there is no paper, printing, shipping and the labor is already completed in the text version?
Jul 31, 2014 by Beth R. Schwartz | See all 3 posts
Shadow S. - Posters are sometimes snarky...just ignore it!
I was excited to find out the Joe Hill was SK's son. I didn't know when I read 20th Century Ghosts...and I really loved it.
Feb 27, 2010 by Donna Cravey | See all 8 posts
|Anyone know what this book is about?||
I haven't read Joe Hill's other books. I haven't been a big fan of what they call horror these days since James Herbert began writing thrillers. This was, of course, a while ago. I've also never been a Stephen King fan. Ever. I do anything I can to stay away from anything remotely connected to... Read More
Dec 6, 2009 by Lucas Thorn | See all 5 posts
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