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Ratings and Book Reviews (7 51 star ratings
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    Elevation

    Very very disappointed too short. I kept waiting for something scary to begin, never happened. Probably the worst Stephen King book I have read. Far below his usual standard. I have read all his books, and if this book is all he can produce, he probably should give it away.
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    Poor value

    Good book but very over priced at 9.99. Wont fall into this trap again
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    Very imaginative

    This novella by master storyteller Stephen King is like a fairytale for adults, with an ending that makes you wish the journey wasn't over. Like most of King's tales it's set in a small town in Maine where something unimaginable happens to one of it's long time residents, forcing the town to let go of the old conservative prejudices. No grisly horror scenes here just an uplifting (in more ways than one) story about discovering how there are more similarities between us than differences.
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    Short but Btilliant

    This book is pretty short...but it is amazingly written and both clever and touching. Not scary. Scott reminds me of Ralph Roberts from Insomnia
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    Great read - keeps you turning pages

    Shades of Thinner Man in this heart warming tale which in Stephen King fashion suspends belief and draws you into the imaginative and creative plot scenario,.
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