Mr. Mercedes, Him or life of pi
Mr.Mercedes trilogy definitely !
Stephen King definitely!
If you want another good read try J.D. Barker. I read ” The Fourth Monkey”. Now the sequel, “Fifth to Die”. His new book “Ready I” comes out in October.
Drat that autocorrect! “DRACUL” comes out in October!
Never read Mr. Mercedes but I will say that Life of Pi is incredible. The ending blew my mind ??
Mr. Mercedes trilogy, then The Outsider.
@Lowell Just finished the Outsider. Love SK’s use of crossover characters but it’s still a stand alone book !
Yeah many people are recommending outsider
Life of Pi ??
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I read Mr. Mercedes and the following books, they were good. I read Life of Pi and kept wondering why people thought it was so good. Did not appeal to me at all
Mr Mercedes trilogy is awesome.
Him is one of my favorites!!!!
I just read Mr. Mercedes recently – excellent read! – and was wondering whether I should read #2 & #3. This thread just decided for me. ??
Not to give anything away but I gave up on Pi when the boy was alone with the tiger on the boat. The story just didn’t grip me enough. I usually give a book 50 pages. If I’m bored or the story seems to drift, I stop reading and go back to my TBR pile. Life’s too short to struggle. There’re too many literary classic I’ve still to read. I’m reading ‘The Jungle’ by Upton Sinclair, right now. It’s going good, almost finished.
I’m going to say Mr Mercedes. Here’s why, if you have read SK it’s a little different which I enjoyed. Not the standard King we have all come to know and love (and some hate). It’s one of those stories that I’ll think about later. Like, dang. I’m still sad about that. I did not enjoy Life of Pi at all so I would no help with that decision ?
Both are good for their respective generes
Life of pi. Is good
Mr Mercedes, although Life of Pi is excellent – depends what sort of read you’re in the mood for.
Rona Halsall want a book that grips you and u can’t put it down
@Bushra Mr Mercedes it is then!
Life of Pi
Life of pi
Not heard of him, so try that. I’ve read the either 2 and neither impressed me
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