"This one's a must for King fans and may also attract YA readers." - "Library Journal"
..".period murder mystery with a heart...King brings his usual finesse to this tale's mystery elements" - "Publishers Weekly"
..".the book...features some of King's most graceful writing...ruminative, amused, digressive, marvelously unaffected, and finally, devastatingly sad." - "Entertainment Weekly"
"An amusement park and murder figure into a coming-of-age tale in this miniature thriller with a hint of the supernatural." - "Los Angeles Times"
"Undeniable...charm [and] aching nostalgia...[JOYLAND] reads like a heartfelt memoir and might be King's gentlest book, a canny channeling of the inner peace one can find within outer tumult." - "Booklist"
"Wrapped in a gloriously pulpy cover, "Joyland" is a coming-of-age story set in 1973 at a North Carolina amusement park -- creepy! -- that's haunted by a murderer." - "Time Magazine"
"Stephen King's carny-saturated "Joyland" evokes the ghosts of summers past -- literally." - "New York Magazine
""Joyland," by Stephen King (Hard Case Crime, June). An old-school, pulpy paperback ghost story set in a North Carolina amusement park." - "Departures Magazine
"King's latest thriller, a PG-13 pulp paperback crime novel takes place at a remote carny park where college kid Devin is desperate to see the ghost of a girl whose murderer might still be
lurking around the hot dog stands." - "Cosmopolitan Magazine"
""Joyland" is a joy. A gem whatever its genre." - "Tor.com"
"This is a wonderful return to old school King." - "We Love This Book
"""Joyland" is a fantastic story. This is a compelling and yet oddly gentle tale of a young man experiencing the ache of heartbreak and the curve-balls life can throw at you." -"Geek Native"
"From horror authority Stephen King comes some hard-boiled action, with all the elements of a good crime novel--including the early '70s,show more