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He becomes one of the most sympathetic criminals in all of literature. This is a crime story of surprising strength and sadness, with a suspenseful current sustained by the classic workings of fate and character, as taut and riveting as Stephen King's The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon.
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 05-17-17
OF MICE AND MEN
King wrote this when he was 25. He wrote it before CARRIE. He thought it was bad and threw it in a trunk, so he calls it a trunk book. He never even submitted it to be published. Recently he brought it out, updated it, thought it was bad still, and then convinced himself it was good. I did not care for it. I did not like the similarities to OF MICE AND MEN,and I found it boring for the most part. I did enjoy it when they went back in time and showed us Blaze's childhood. I found the talking to a dead guy, to be annoying and my mind kept wondering through the rest of the book. I also recognized the childhood part, as I believe King has reprinted that in one of his collections or somebodies collection.
Pass on this
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