From Publishers Weekly
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I have wanted to read this book for many years to see how the book was changed for the movies audience. As usual, I prefer the book to the two movie adaptations that I have viewed. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Amazon Customer
Very different read from any other thriller. Lots of surprises and turning points in the story. You didn't know how it would come to an end until "the end".Published 22 hours ago by s Sanchez
This gives the true story of the isolation and also gives the idea the evil is in the eye of the beholder.Published 2 days ago by Kindle Customer
Don't judge this book by the crappy Will Smith movie. It's pretty good.Published 3 days ago by rfswitch
This was a good story, completely different the zombie movies that were supposed to be adaptions of this book. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Brian M. Mcgowan
If you have never read this, take a day and do it. The movies don't do it justice. There is a reason Stephen King and many other masters of the craft acknowledges Richard Matheson... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Spenser Calderin
I didn't know what to expect with this book as I had only ever heard of the movie. I thought it was an easy read that was difficult for me to put down. Glad I read it!Published 6 days ago by Narya