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3.0 out of 5 stars
Unputdownable....., 4 July 2007
.....but definatley lacking wider coverage of Clayton Blaisdell's youth, it almost seems like an introduction to a character that King would most likely use in later tomes, however the ending suggests this may not be the case.
I read it in 4 hours, and would recommend it to all King Constant Readers. King himself says it's a trunk novel, and he is right, I would certainly not recommend it to a King first timer, his style is inimitable however it resembles his earlier work and does not leave the reader wanting to search for more by the author.