Oh, I so wanted to love this. Wanderers was my favorite read of 2019. Wendig is a master of complex interesting characters and world building. My challenge with this one is that I felt like I’d read it before. So many elements seemed pulled from Stephen King works. I don’t mind an allusion or a singular idea that is expanded and refreshed. But in this case I felt like it was a bunch of King ideas cobbled together. There were a few times where I felt it was a little too predictable and I needed to force myself to continue. If you haven’t read The Outsider or It or 11.22.64, you might be wowed by this one. But it was just a ground rule double for me and not a homerun.
What’s the last book you had high hopes for that didn’t hold up?
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