Friday, June 17, 2016

End of Watch

Control. Stephen King needed fewer than 450 pages in the novel, End of Watch, to bring the Bill Hodges series to a very satisfying conclusion. Most readers who enjoyed the first two installments will be pleased with the finale. The Mercedes killer, Brady Hartsfield, has found a clever way to control the behavior of others. The familiar cast of characters from the earlier novels returns, and King uses great dialogue to draw readers into their lives. Hodges finds himself in declining health, and his business partner, Holly Gibney, uses her many skills to help him stop Hartsfield from carrying out his evil plans. Fans of King appreciate the thrilling plot, the quirky twists, the humor and the joy of reading a well-told story, all of which can be found in this novel. Rating: Five-star (I love it) Click here to purchase End of Watch from

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