Thursday, July 21, 2016

Review: Duma Key

Duma Key Duma Key by Stephen King
My rating: 1 of 5 stars

Duma Key By: Stephen King

I must admit that this is the first book I have read from Mr. King. I also have to confess that it took me almost 3 weeks to read a book that could have taken me a couple days. I’m not sure if maybe I started off with the wrong book. In the beginning I didn’t have a lot of interest in the book, but I never start a book without finishing it.

I loved Wireman, he is a man that most people would love to have in their lives. He was a very respectful, caring and a funny person, also extremely loving. He went through so much pain and the events that follow are horrible. His breaking point and what happened to him before he arrived at Duma Key is sad. He is an amazing friend, which is one of the many things I loved about him.

Edward, the way he described his paintings and the events that occurred thereafter made me get a lot more interested in the book. It was awesome, very detailed, yet it was creepy. Creepy in the sense that you feel scared and can imagine Ms. Eastlakes stares as you turn the page of the book. I love the mystery and suspense.
“Under the Dome” is my next read. I rate this book 1 stars.

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