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Cell by Stephen King
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  • Published in USA  Jan 2006
    384 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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Not What I Expected
I was disappointed in this book. I've read many Stephen King books and one thing you can always count on is a good story. He is a fantastic story teller no doubt. His creativity is amazing and that is what I truly appreciate about him. I didn't enjoy this book though. His characters, setting, plot etc were all done very well. It was the far fetched unrealism of what the characters were that lost me (and that fact that he is a Boston Red Sox Fan). I struggled my way through just to finish it. I think it's one of those books you will either love or hate. Sometimes you never know what to expect from Mr. King. and that is good because if you don't like one of his books, it doesn't mean you won't like others. - TRE
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