The Bookseller at the End of the World
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and i’m not trying to be a jerk about that book just because she’s never written me into one of her novels - it was okay, it was just a bit predictable and forgettable, while this one is nothing but unpredictable horror and suspense. Having chapters from different character's points of view helped me gain a little more insight as to what was going on in their heads, but I thought those portions were a little dragged out and for that, I deducted one star.
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Andrew comes to believe that Redmond is actually Jeff O'Bannon, a man who assaulted Andrew in a bar thirteen years ago, for which he went to prison. Most of the experiences of the author would just about be bookworthy as a solitary tale, but altogether they are so extraordinary that the book is almost fantastical in scope.Paul Tremblay has won the Bram Stoker, British Fantasy, and Massachusetts Book awards and is the author of The Pallbearers Club (coming 2022), Survivor Song, Growing Things, The Cabin at the End of the World, Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, A Head Full of Ghosts, and the crime novels The Little Sleep and No Sleep Till Wonderland. Her favorite things to do are spending time with her family and friends, reading, and spending time outside.
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Rather, “the heavens” refer to everyone in the solar system, including the stars, the moon, and all the planets. He kills Adriane, but during a struggle with Leonard over the gun, Wen is accidentally shot and killed.She sought immediate refuge on Stewart Island, where her parents were running the pub, and began work as a cook. The next day, the group says they are going to sacrifice another one of their group to try to delay the apocalypse, and the one they are going to kill starts saying, "I don't wanna die! As a child, she remembers cradling a large, ancient volume, and stroking it, because she loved it so much.