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Ratings and Book Reviews (12 191 star ratings
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4.3 out of 5
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    Excellent

    Stays true to Mr King's style. Twisted, chilling dark and very descriptive narrative. I'd recommend it to any thriller genre fans.
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    A tough road.

    Been meaning to read this book since I was a little kid, and I finally got the chance. A tough tail of losing your mind .
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    Great dystopian read

    Oddly gripping. Bit of a slow start by once 1/3 in could not put down. Chilling, fascinating and disturbing
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    The Long Walk

    You want to talk about psychological novels? The Long Walk is the one for you! I pace when I read, and I was so into the story that when I tripped and twisted my ankle, I genuinely thought I was about to be shot and killed after my three warnings were up. It was an unsettling and amazing read.
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    An emotionally curious read

    A book i came back to after a long time. The second read is just as engaging as the first, trying to catch any details missed, trying to figure out the purpose of the race. Just public entertainment during dystopian times?? Or is there more to all this? Why do the boys sign up are
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