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Couldn't put this book down. Emma Donoghue kept the suspense moving from page one. A disturbing storyline but one we all know has happened in the past.Published 18 hours ago by C. Warner
This is a super interesting story, but I am sorry, I cannot follow this five year old's brain. I love this author but I lost interest 2/3 of the way through.Published 19 hours ago by Burt Stacks
Get passed the first few pages it's worth the read! I actually really came to appreciate the different writing style & perspective.Published 19 hours ago by SBrooks
It's a little creepy. It starts to run a bit long and the ending isn't exactly satisfying to me, but I'm glad I read it.Published 1 day ago by Donna Santana
Few things light a fire under my butt like a movie adaptation of a book. I feel a frenzied need to rush out to the bookstore and blast through it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by LT Lib
It's hard to describe the dynamics of this book. It is told from the perspective of the 5 year old child so there is some "child-speak" throughout the entire book. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Connie
After getting used to being told the story by a child, it was a creative way to tell the story. Very thought provoking!Published 2 days ago by dlb
ROOM is one of the finest books I have ever read. The author draws you into a dark story, then lets a five-year-old boy tell
the story of his life...and his mother's life... Read more
Excellent story! Well written and engaging. It is wonderful and scary and heartwarming and heart wrenching. I hope that the movie does it justice!Published 3 days ago by sazia