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end of watch

This was the final book in Stephen King’s Bill Hodges trilogy. I tore through it at a pretty quick pace, so we’ll call it a winner. Unlike the first two books in the series, this one had a supernatural element. It was a pretty interesting concept.

I’ve been waiting a while to read this. I’ve been in the Stephen King Library for 20+ years now and I think this is the first book they didn’t send me. Perhaps I am no longer a member? So, I added it to my Amazon Wishlist and Brian was nice enough to buy it for me for Christmas.

My rating: 4/5


  1. JM

    I am in the middle of book two, glad you didn't toss any spoilers, but I'd prb forget by the time I got there.

    I dropped the book club a while back because there was so many they never sent. It's cheaper sometimes to just snag it from Amazon – or, as slowly as I read – Ollies.

  2. I wasn't as into book 2 as the others. But, overall, I really enjoyed the trilogy.

    As for the SKL, I like the convenience of it, but you're right–the books are usually cheaper on Amazon.

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