Courrier De Fan Ronald Munson

ISBN: 9782869309746

Published: 1995

485 pages


Courrier De Fan  by  Ronald Munson

Courrier De Fan by Ronald Munson
1995 | | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 485 pages | ISBN: 9782869309746 | 8.60 Mb

So Stephen King loved it. Since he hasnt gotten me into his fandom yet I didnt know how high I should let my expectations fly.The whole book is made up of letters, faxs (apparently faxing was da bomb in 93), phone conversations, memos, emails... ect. I think Munson did a great job with this format, but I wasnt particularly fond of it. I felt like I couldnt get as in-depth with the characters. Which, the characters were semi-interesting. I thought the book dragged with all their witty, recycled, chatter.I think he set up the characters - shall I say suspects?

- well. Right when I thought I knew who the creeper was he sprung some new information and it made me backtrack. Could it be him? No, it has to be this other dude. Well it could be either, but...I wavered between a three-star liked it and giving it a two-star okay. In the end I didnt like the characters enough (wait, did I say I even liked them?) and it just carried on a little too long.

Was it worth reading? It didnt disinterest me, and the ending was good enough, but I wouldnt recommend it. Maybe Stephen King fans would like it better.

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