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The Gingerbread Girl

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  • Posted November 28, 2009

    Predictable but terrifying!

    The ordeal the main character endures would be anyone's worst nightmare, however this is an example that anyone who puts up the fight of their life may have a chance at survival.

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  • Posted October 25, 2008

    Gingerbread Girl

    It was short, sweet and too the point. Em runs (not jogs) through out this whole book. She runs from everything in her life. Soon her legs get her out of a mess she never needed to get into. The audio book is a good listen for any King fan. However, not his best I would say for anyone to give it a try. The story is good and the characters are for the most part predictable. But all and all you get the sense of a women who gets lifes dirtiest cards dealt to her and somehow finds her way out of them. Good read. OK reader.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2008

    Great short story!

    This short story is true Stephen King and I listened to it while wrapping gifts for family members - a lot of gifts - and was happy to have some entertainment. 'Reader' did not do male voice of one character menasing enough. Stephen should have done his dialogue!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2008

    Excellent!

    Duma Key was scary, exciting, funny and sad. The characters were believable. The description of the island and the sand monster (his beloved daughter) was powerful. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I really enjoy a thick book and as always Mr. King delivered.

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