BAG OF BONESEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
Leaving Viking for the storied literary patina of Scribner, current or not, King seemingly strives on the page for a less vulgar gloss. And he eases from horror into romantic suspense, while adding dollops of the supernatural. The probable model: structural echoes of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca do sound forth, although King never writes one paragraph herein to match du Maurier's opening moonscapes ... Read full review
Review: Bag of BonesEditorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Marlene Taylor
Two words come into mind when I think of BAG OF BONES vintage King. The story revolves more around the imagination and mental games that surrounded the early works of King than it does around blood and gore. And the fact that the gristle is missing does not have the story lacking not in the least bit. As the book opens Mike Noonan, a bestselling novelist has just lost his wife to a brain aneurysm ... Read full review
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I ENJOY ALL OF STEPHEN KING NOVELS.
Review: Bag of BonesUser Review - Jack Dixon - Goodreads
I know it's hard to believe when I say that this was my very first Stephen King novel. I LOVED LOVED LOVED IT!!! I have felt spooked before by my previous reads, but never has a novel made me cry from ... Read full review