katiekatie, May 9, 2007 (view all comments by katiekatie)
This Book Was amazing, The whole time i never got bored. It made me want to keep reading, and i dotn like reading much but i loved reading this book!!! The Greatest book i've every read!!!
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Aim, September 7, 2006 (view all comments by Aim)
I really enjoyed this novel. It was AWESOME!! I was hooked right from the beginning all the way to the last page. I was constantly coming up with different conclusions all the way throughout the novel. Coben sure has a talent of intriguing his readers. Sure i did it as an english assignment. But it has turned out to be the most enjoyable assignment i have had to do!! YOU HAVE TO READ IT
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