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The Threshold: A Novel in the Alastair Stone Chronicles Kindle Edition
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I have enjoyed being in King's world and look forward to reading #4. Do yourself a favor and pick up Stone and a Hard place and get ready to be entertained.
The side characters in this one are great. There is a character that appears in the second half of the book that not only stretches Stone's world but provided a great foil for our three heroes.
The Threshold is my favorite Stone book to date. The best compliment I can give it is that I am nearly done with book four (aka The Source) and cannot wait to read more about our trio. Here's hoping King has a lot more to say about Alastair, Verity, and Jason.
The only flaw I found was the beginning-- a little bit heavy on the backstory. While appreciate that the author feels the need to catch up new readers, I think there's too much info-dump that slows down the first couple of chapters. But the overall brilliance of the novel far outweighs this weak start. I only mention it because I would hate for a reader to give up too soon and miss out on a fantastic read!
Learning, Mentoring, and Building up, and great show of moral character as well, on helping the homeless.
Alastair is going thru more growth, and facing his worst nightmare.
My only complaint about the book: I need alot more Alastiar Stone.
This book really should be on your must read list.