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If you are looking for a quick, quirky, messy, horrific tale, you should definitely give Thinner a shot. Since Billy is one of the solid taxpayers who plays golf with all the right people the whole mess is quickly tidied up in court without him getting so much as a ticket.

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Such a huge turn of events for the main character. He just can't seem to win. I almost gave this a two, but like I said above, the ending was good. Not my favorite King book, and I'm sadly disappointed with this. Cheating wives know a lot of my friends enjoyed this, but it just wasn't for me. My favorite thing about the novel was the premise, and that's obviously not a good thing.



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