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‘It’ is probably the scariest book you will ever read, but it doesn’t mean it is not perfect also outside of the genre’s boundaries.
After hearing the real good news that this book is being adapted to Television, and the even better news – that one of the stars
Iain Reid’s psychological thriller manages to miss time after time when he tries to penetrate into the reader’s mind and manipulate him to dark places. Will he get to the finish line? Spoiler: no.
Although it starts in a quite predictable way, Blake Crouch’s new and talked about book manages to deliver and justify the hype.
Mike Carey manages to dodge all the obvious clichés while building a post-apocalyptic world that crawls into the reader’s heart and refuses to leave long after the last page is turned.
Margaret Atwood likes to challenge her readers with stories that pull the rug from under their feet. She did it in Oryx and Crake (the wonderful and depressing), and she does it perfectly in The Handmaid’s Tale.