Stephen King.

Originally released as a serial novel, following the style of Charles Dickens, in 1996.


About 375 standard pages[1].

First read (January 2014)Edit

14 01 25 The Green Mile

A day or two after finishing, January 26th 2014.

14 01 25 The Green Mile

Progress graph, generated by Goodreads.


Paperback, mine.


Got it for Christmas 2013 from Darren and co. Started reading it after finishing The Farseer Trilogy at the beginning of 2014.

Finished it on the 25th of January.

I enjoyed it, it was well written, and I liked the final part the most, but I think because I was familiar with the film which was such a faithful and memorable adaptation I didn't get to enjoy the unfolding mystery part of it. Probably deserves a 2 really, but for me this time it was a 1.


1, solid.

Reading recordEdit

Previous book: Robin Hobb, The Farseer Trilogy

Next book: Isaac Asimov, Pebble in the Sky


Recommended by Emma.

Links and referencesEdit

  1. Counted the characters from the final part of an online version and compared it to the page count of my paperback.

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