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What the community says about The Woods
- "This book was an absolute snooze fest. The plot is fairly bland, and I couldn't connect with any of the characters. I wouldn't say it's poorly written, but the ending is atrocious. The entire story seems like it's leading up to this huge finale, but I was very letdown by the conclusion. Subjectively speaking, I wasn't a fan at all. "
- "Harlan Coben is one of my favorite mystery/thriller writers of today! I loved this book in particular because the main character is relatable and human enough to be interesting - not a James Bond, not a Jack Reacher, just an average guy solving a crime with wits and intelligence. Highly entertaining!"
- "The woods is a great thriller that I enjoyed reading because it has twists that had me excited. I really liked the character of Paul Copeland and felt bad about the angst of having to relive his sisters death 20 years later after another murder pops up. I couldn't put the book down and it got me to thinking, what if all murders are really unsolved or a person is just set up?"
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in What are the best thriller books"My friend recommended Harlan Coben to me and I jumped right in with this book. It's not really my cup of tea. The characters were a little wooden and cliche, and the plot was meandering at times. I suppose there's supposed to be a sense of confusion and paranoia, but it just doesn't come across for me."