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I loved this story, fast paced and interesting. As usual, the characters were people you really cared about. The only complaint I have, is that I wish it was longer.Published 3 days ago by Eleanora Bresciano
Cool ideas, but as with any wide concept like this, you're left wishing more was done with it. I was glad there was no macho posturing over the fact the kindle was pink. Read morePublished 6 days ago
Great read. Takes off immediately. What would you do if you could change a bad outcome BEFORE it happened? ANYTHING.Published 7 days ago by Lynn DiDiano
I liked the idea of the story,but it was way too short. I feel cheated. This was presented as a book, I would consider this more of a chapter. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Lora Anderson
The weakest work by Stephen King. Part of the problem could have been reading the book after the beginning of the kindle revolution. Read morePublished 12 days ago by John F Margie
Stephen King loves to write about the new tech for literature. This story reminds me of his short story called "Word Processor of the Gods" in his Skeleton Crew anthology. Read morePublished 15 days ago by C. Manuelian
As a hardcore King fan, I was expecting a bit more of this "kindle exclusive" book. It seemed to me that the only constant throughout the book was the continuous mention of... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Elias