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Hunted Past Reason

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2008

    Is this the same Richard Matheson?!

    Richard Matheson is an amazing suspense author and able to create a thrilling novel without using random violence, profanity, etc. for shock value. Therefore, this book came as a surprise and I had to check twice to confirm it was the same Richard Matheson. I also found myself rooting for the psychopath because the victim was preachy, whiney, judgemental, and unbelievable. He deserved to be hunted. On the other hand, I did learn quite a bit about backpacking.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2007

    Directly in the garbage

    I love Richard Matheson. My first Matheson novel was What Dreams May Come, and after that, I was hooked. I was very excited to see this book, in hardcover, at a discount book store. The first half of the book had me hooked. I had to finally put it down and go to sleep about 4am. When I picked it up again, I read about 5 pages, and was horrified by what I read. The detailed sodomy scene was beyond disgusting. I've read Stephen King for years, and King has never come close to anything this awful. I was so disgusted that I couldn't even continue reading. I read the last couple of pages to find out how it ended, and promptly threw it in the garbage. I wouldn't even donate it - I wouldn't want anyone else to read this piece of trash. I have never in my life been offended by a book, but I was offended by this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2003

    Boring

    This book drags on, and on. The author speaks about stuff that is not worth wanting to know for the story. And this drags on for the first 100 or so pages.

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