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Posted February 10, 2004
Example of the Need for Truth in Advertising
I thoroughly enjoyed Stephen King's humor, which manages to be quirky and acerbic at the same time. It's obvious he's spent some 'quality' time in a hospital bed. The best parts of the book were the commentaries on the medical profession. He did a nice job of developing the character of Eleanor Druse, but then relied on caricatures for all the other players. I was mostly torqued to have the story stop abruptly without resolution. Had I known this was going to be serialized, I would never have purchased the book. I was seriously annoyed when I reached the 'to be continued' end.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 3, 2010
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