His plots are twisted and sometimes have surprise endings. His stories grab you from the minute you start to read and are hard to put down.
Marion manages to maintain levity through the dry humorous writing while creating characters who are remarkably unique, memorable, and likable
Lindsay...provides another guilty pleasure. Really, really guilty.
Zombie attacks, family members in physical and emotional jeopardy, and vast government conspiracies all contribute to a heady tale that reaches a satisfying conclusion.
... tense and spooky and unrelenting...really had me cheering.
The story takes a little while to get started. There’s a lot of backstory to set up, but it’s all important to provide a picture of the political and economic climate of Havana during those years. Hunter obviously did his research well and enjoyed the subject matter.
It all adds up to one of the best time-travel stories since H. G. Wells... King has captured something wonderful.
Some readers may find Henry’s initial behavior unconvincing, but once he goes on the run, the plot turns thrillingly realistic with a surprising resolution.
The river, the raft, a stash of money coveted by bad guys, nonstop adventures that edify, terrify and deepen the bond between Sue Ellen and Jinx. A highly entertaining tour de force.
Call for the Dead by John le Carre is an exciting book of spies and detectives.
Those already familiar with the bestselling authors’ fictional world will most enjoy this intelligent suspense novel.
Bernie’s voice—ironic, mordantly funny, inimitable—reflects a world-weary journey. Still...readers are never permitted to forget that survival is his religion.
“NOS4A2” is full of chills and cliffhangers, but it never turns needlessly grotesque.
My one minor quibble - there wasn't enough Meg and Simon. But there never is enough for me. BUT - Let's just say things are happening on that front! I can't wait for the next (and final?) book in the series.
This is, quite simply, a must-read book. It is characteristically brutal, tragic, darkly humorous, and riveting.
With its suitably nutty psychopathic killer and supercharged pace, Tick Tock is a slice of pure, unadulterated entertainment.
If you are really serious about creating wealth for yourself then Think and Grow Rich is mandatory reading.
With very few exceptions, I tend not to seek out horror. Emily Carroll's Through the Woods is so thoroughly an exception that I have to revise my stance on the whole genre.
You are kept guessing throughout so the next time rain is forecast, stay in your jammies, curl up on the sofa and enjoy one of the best mysteries to come along in a long time.
Mary’s story delivers what’s important: zombie apocalypse.