When a gaunt man dressed in black disappears, leaving his Buick Roadmaster at a gas pump, the Pennsylvania State Police of Troop D immediately feel that the car is not of this world. And they'd be right. Dead right.
Hardcover Book : 368 pages
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons ( September 24, 2002 )
Item #: 10-349498
Product Dimensions: 6.125 x 9.25 x 0.92inches
Product Weight: 22.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
STEPHEN KING IS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVORITE WRITERS. I HAVE BEEN READING HIS BOOKS SINCE I WAS A TEENAGER, AND HE NEVER DISAPPOINTS! AND THIS ONE WAS FANTASTIC!
I read it in one day. It's a good tale of how curiosity killed the cat. I've always been intrigued by supposed haunted things; this book merely captures human nature and our obsession with poking the hornet's nest.
I've read almost ALL of his books; this book was horribly boring; but as I started it I was condemned to finish it; took me 6 years to finish this book; i'd pick it up and read it in between other books and when I finished it the end result was the same as the first result; horribly boring and the ending ???? ...
This book is nothing like Christine and i must say as far as King books go this one is up there.This book is a sweet read and i recommend this to everyone who likes King!