Book Review: Later by Stephen King

If you’re one of the people who have dismissed Stephen King as being “just” a horror writer, it’s time to give his books another go. King’s handle on reality and relationships is what makes the Stantons loyal readers of his work. This summer read introduces us to a young man who can speak to dead people. King immediately reassures us we aren’t reading a recycled trope by allowing the teen narrator to explain that this isn’t “The Sixth Sense.” Both and funny engrossing, Later takes you through several rewarding relationships that include family, friendship, and multi generational connections while maintaining the suspense that we have always counted on from Uncle Stevie.

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