This is one of my favourite books ever. It's scary, profound, touching, addictive, and has the most creepy villain I have seen in a long time - Praise the God of the Lost!
Trisha's tale does not seem very actractive when you think about the basic idea: A 9-year-old baseball fan gets lost in the woods, and turns to her walkman for some company while something watches her. However, this is King, my friends, and it becomes an astonishing tale of survival and mistery when elements like Trisha' s imagination and some philosophical topics are added. It made me think, it made me feel for the character, it kept me hooked. It's one of his best.
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