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★★★☆☆ From the Greeneteens Review Blog - Alaska
By MsEm on Fri, 14 Aug 2015 15:53:44
Pen Name: Alaska Age: 13 Title: A Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon Author: Stephen King Publisher: Pocket Books Summary: This book is about a little girl that is nine years old and gets lost in the woods. She can't find her way out for many days; she gets these hallucination of creepy things that want to get her. Find out if she over comes these hallucinations and gets out of the woods! Cover appeal: The cover was pretty cheesy but other wise you got what it meant and why he chose that. Most compelling parts of the book: The most compelling aspect of this book is the climax of the story. Disappointments: It wasn't very action packed and a few parts were confusing and it didn't draw me in to much but it is readable. How would you rate this book? 3 - Readable Recommendations and final thoughts: I would, it's a easy read and it isn't to much or too little... It is satisfactory!
★★★★☆ Deeper than Expected.
By Breena on Sat, 30 Jul 2011 12:28:13
I found this book to be deeper that I thought. It's rather short for King, but still realistic. I found myself drawn to the protagonist. I also found his expression of this girl's belief about God to be...enlightening.
★★☆☆☆ Not the Best
By bcl Summer Reading on Thu, 21 Jul 2011 12:40:53
Not the best Stephen King. Good story about survival.
★★★★☆ one of favorites
By sophiaâ™¥ on Sun, 27 Dec 2009 09:36:54
my first book read by the author of Steven King. I was expecting something very scary but as i read on it seemed to be anormal story. it is beautifully written and has a great meaning one of my favrite books
★★★★★ A survival by even the most vunrable a child
By vampralicia on Wed, 22 Jul 2009 22:49:59
When You read this, you'll see that even the smallest things can make us carry on the will power to live in the most frightening situations.