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Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, The by Stephen King

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AuthorStephen King
TitleGirl Who Loved Tom Gordon, The
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Volume0
Year1999
GenreHorror
 
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Submitted by Mark 
(Apr 04, 2003)

I just finished the book, and it was really good how Trish got a hold on to herself despite every thing that came her way, the courage hope and faith eventually lead Trisha to her safety. King really knows how to give people what they want. And in this book, a terrifying ordeal and the courage of a nine-year old girl who is too big for her age stood to that torment. A great book and a great author. What else could you ask for?


Submitted by joel 
(Oct 31, 2002)

I found this book absolutely wonderful., I have read many of his books before, and this one was by far the best. I found the ending magnificantly structured, and I could not put the book down until I had finished. This just proves how talented Stephen King is... I would recommened this novel to any-one who enjoys, suspense and spine gripping adventures.


Submitted by Shane
(May 03, 2001)

At first, I thought this book was extremely boring, but as I kept reading(I had to for school), this was a very interesting book. It shows how your imagination can get the best of you. It also shows how your imagination can help you in the worst of times. It can help you by imagining that someone is with you, helping you get through anything.(In this story, that person is Tom Gordon). This wasn't as good as Cujo or The Cycle Of The Werewolf, but it was still an excellent book.


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