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Here is what I had forgotten about reading a
Lansdale book---how easy it is. The writing
just flows along, flows along. Read more
It was a real nail biter! Enjoyed it from the first to last page! All of Mr.Lansdale's books are terrific!Published 12 months ago by Micha
While have to accept a premise close to science fiction, the story become very interesting...tightly woven and thrilling at the ending.
A great, quick read.
There is a lot to like with Joe Lansdale. There are elements of a crime novel, and more than a bit of supernatural here in this novel about Harry Wilkes, a college-age man, with an... Read morePublished 17 months ago by MHavilandWriter
The great Texas writer, Joe R. Lansdale, is finally back with another mainstream novel, Lost Echoes, and boy is it a keeper! It would also make one heck of a fabulous movie. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Horror Novel Reviews
First of all, I don't understand how anyone could rate this thriller anything less than five stars. It grabbed me and kept pulling me in. Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by Wanderer
Roger Ebert's cardinal rule of film is a simple one: "It's not what a movie is about that's important; it's how it goes about it. Read morePublished on December 17, 2011 by Josh Mauthe