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on 13 September 2002
A Buick look-a-like is abandoned in a service station and is towed to Pennsylvania State Police garage (or shed). Every now and then temperature inside garage drops and then there is lightning and something more or less living comes from the trunk. Some people disappear. A dog dies.
Stephen King's text is usually enjoyable to read and it is this time too. Problem is that the story is rather boring. Not much happens here. I have had more exciting adventures with my '88 Escort than these Pennsylvania troopers have in this book with alien Buick.
I liked Everything's Eventual but didn't enjoy Dreamcatcher very much. Somehow I feel that SK has lost some of his touch. Maybe he has written everything he was meant to write. I hope not but his latest novels just don't impress me as much as his earlier ones did. If you are a SK fan you will certainly read this but if you are thinking of starting to read SK`s books try his earlier books from late 1970s and early 1980s.
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