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Old 08-06-2017, 01:52 AM
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Continuing down the path of hoping to find a scary book to read I'm currently about halfway through with King's Cujo which, despite an excellently eerie introduction and setup has so far been rather disappointing. The first full third of the book is just setting up characters and scenarios and the horror that was promised in the beginning has totally failed to manifest to this point.
Finished Cujo. After a very slow first half the scariness factor did finally start to come into play in the second half. Still, I was looking for a really terrifying book to read and Cujo only managed to get my spine tingling in two brief places. Oh well, next I'm onto some Edgar Allen Poe I got from the library. Perhaps Mr. Poe can set my spine to tingling.
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