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Excellent. Had everything a great book has. My new favorite author!Published 2 months ago by Lynette
This is surely the blandest, lamest thriller I ever got my hands on. I should have stopped after the first chapter, but thought it might give me a clue as to why some writers write... Read morePublished on August 7, 2011 by Susi Schw.
After reading Jason's previous novel, Lights Out, it is easy to say that The Follower has the same thematic concerns as the former, but it's increasingly clear that Jason wasn't... Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by Cai Yixin Jeremy
I've always enjoyed Jason Starr's work. This book perhaps wasn't as strong as some of his previous books, but nonetheless it's an enjoyable read and a great noir journey.Published on July 14, 2009 by Crown
Noir, nasty, mean and of course funny, I think!
Another Starr page turner that drops you in the middle of Manhattan and the strange world of dating and "hooking up". Read more
The Follower is a gripping, fast-paced thriller from start to finish and Starr's writing has a very unique satirical edge--you will be terrified and laughing simultaneously. Read morePublished on January 4, 2009 by Dr. Bernard Starr
Starr's The Follower is marketed as doing for dating what Jaws did for swimming. Other than both having a main character (the shark - Jaws) (Katie - The Follower) that obviously... Read morePublished on February 5, 2008 by James N Simpson
There is no character development, no credible premise, not a single memorable sentence, and no irony in sight.Published on January 25, 2008 by Cristina Sanmartín
The cover of The Follower describes it as a thriller, and when the inside jacket revealed that it's about a woman being stalked, I thought that this might be a reasonably... Read morePublished on January 13, 2008 by Lleu Christopher