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The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix (Green Mile, Bk 4)
The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix - Green Mile, Bk 4
Author: Stephen King
Time has run out for one of the inmates at Cold Mountain penitentiary. Eduard Delacroix is set to take that final walk down the Green Mile. But first he must say good-bye--to the guards, to his fellow inmates, and to a strange creature that forever changed his life. Little does he know of the terrible fate that awaits him, and of a devilish plan...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780451190550
ISBN-10: 0451190556
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 90
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4.3 stars, based on 185 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Paperback
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Time has run out for one of the inmates at Cold Mountain penitentiary. Eduard Delacoix is set to take that final walk down the Green Mile. but first he must say good-bye-- to the guards, to his fellow inmates, and to a strange creature that forever changed his life. Little does he know the terrible fate that awaits him, and of a devilish plan of revenge.
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Keeps you wanting more!
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As always Stephen King keeps us with our eyes glued to the pages.
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What can I say? A highly emotional, frightening, haunting and chilling book. Which makes the book all the more memorable. The detailed description of the execution is excellent.
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Book four of The Green Mile books works well as a standalone book. To be fully appreciated and understood the reader must read the first three books prior to reading this one.
The movie is faithful to the book. The book, however fleshes out the character of John Coffey a bit more than does the movie.


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