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"An illusionist extraordinaire." - Publishers Weekly
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|Length: 388 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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I love Stephen King books nearly have them all even have some movies.Published 3 days ago by Eric N. Skoglund
This book will stick with you after you read it. The story is simple but it lingers. The ending, if you can call it that, is a mystery. This is what I believe makes it so powerful. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jim Thomas
Loved this story when I as younger and pleased to know it still holds up. A fast sort of "pulpy" read but chilling and dark, most definitely.Published 7 days ago by Dude Manbrough
I am a Stephen King fan; have been for years. But this book is the most anti-climatic story I have ever read of Mr. King's. Sorry to say I can not recommend this one.Published 12 days ago by Bill Jackson
One of these books where you can't wait to finish to find out the ending but disappointed when it does end.Published 17 days ago by lndpugs
I have always liked King's books and this holds true as well. Stephen King is still one of the best authors I have read.Published 17 days ago by Kindle Customer
This story is of the fantastic realm, in that it could never really happen in our society. However, in other parts of the world or other times perhaps!Published 19 days ago by Roann Mitzner
Excellent book! One of my favorites. It's short and easy to get in to...check it out!Published 21 days ago by Aislin Gardner
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It's been a few years since I've read this, but I seem to recall that aside from a significant monetary award being implied the full nature of the prize was deliberately left ambiguous by Mr. King. My take-away was that the prize for the winner of The Long Walk was whatever the winner wished it... Read More
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The glorification of the squads is supposed to emphasize the horror of the sport to the reader. It is meant to intensify realization of how horrible humanity has become due to the Squads to the point they find the murder of men honorable. The reader is supposed to be disgusted by the unnecessary... Read More
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