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Death's Disciples

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  • Posted January 9, 2011

    Poppet's review

    This thriller by King is certainly unusual. It starts off with a plane going down, and then follows Susan Gardner through her amnesia as the only surviving member of Flight 311. Two main characters dominate the first half of the book, Susan and Agent Steve Krupinski. Both are incredibly likable characters and the reader definitely becomes attached to them while they run for their lives as everyone from the FBI to the Death's Disciples seem to be out to kill them.

    It didn't lag, it didn't get boring, in fact the many strands of intrigue keep you wanting to read to find the answers and more than anything, understand these mysterious characters who call themselves Death's Disciples. At one point I was even doubting if they were real at all or just a figment of the public and propaganda imaginations posing as a cover for something else entirely. Perhaps that is one of King's strengths, he engages your brain and you are constantly trying to solve the riddle and look under the layers to find the truth of what's really going on.

    One thing you are guaranteed picking up King, you are in for a supernatural ride with a lot of thrilling and captivating twists along the way.

    Poppet
    Author of Darkroom

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  • Posted January 9, 2011

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    Poppet's review

    This thriller by King is certainly unusual. It starts off with a plane going down, and then follows Susan Gardner through her amnesia as the only surviving member of Flight 311. Two main characters dominate the first half of the book, Susan and Agent Steve Krupinski. Both are incredibly likable characters and the reader definitely becomes attached to them while they run for their lives as everyone from the FBI to the Death's Disciples seem to be out to kill them.


    It didn't lag, it didn't get boring, in fact the many strands of intrigue keep you wanting to read to find the answers and more than anything, understand these mysterious characters who call themselves Death's Disciples. At one point I was even doubting if they were real at all or just a figment of the public and propaganda imaginations posing as a cover for something else entirely. Perhaps that is one of King's strengths, he engages your brain and you are constantly trying to solve the riddle and look under the layers to find the truth of what's really going on.


    One thing you are guaranteed picking up King, you are in for a supernatural ride with a lot of thrilling and captivating twists along the way.


    Poppet

    Author of Darkroom

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