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The Woods by Harlan Coben
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May 07, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: thriller

Another standalone thriller from Harlan Coben. Another likeable main character having some kind of crisis. If you've liked all Coben's previous books - both standalone and the Myron Bolitar series - there's no reason why you won't like this as well. It's a good read, pulls you in and I for one always have trouble putting them down - just another chapter, let's just see what teasers he's writing now, what clues he might give away ... just one more chapter.

I've always enjoyed reading Coben and liked all his books to date (so far, so good!). There was just something at the end of this one that didn't quite ..... finish. Usual good ending, all the loose ends tied together but I didn't get that feeling of resounding closure that comes at the end of a good read. The mental "thwump" of satisfaction like closing the cover on a darn good book just wasn't there this time. Let's hope he's not going the way of Grisham and just churning the thrillers out off the production line. (Parm)

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