Gingerbread Girl, The
  Fan submitted reviews of Gingerbread Girl, The (Short Story):
 
 
Posted By: I.S - October 4th, 2010 12:03:37 am EDT
When I first started reading this novella, I could not stop. I love this short story and i love the characters.
 
 
Posted By: S.K.Rules - July 3rd, 2010 2:06:25 pm EDT
A really great story didn't see the killer coming.
 
 
Posted By: Santa - January 14th, 2010 9:14:38 am EST
Sir, what an gripping tale you have here. I cannot stop thinking about it. I want to tell all my friends (the ones that read) about it. I just finished reading this story (after Wilda) and now I can't move on to the next; I have to finish 'digesting' the Gingerbread Girl (there are so many entendres there, but no pun, honest). Thank you Mr. King, for entertaining me for so many years.
 
 
Posted By: Trudge164 - July 29th, 2009 9:33:21 pm EDT
This one tour de force. It hits the ground running and like a marathon runner it does not stop until the end.
 
 
Posted By: DJB - July 20th, 2009 10:16:51 am EDT
Was really enjoying this story (up until 5 minutes ago) when I firstly found one page (60) completely blank and then page 76 was completley unreadable! I bought Just After Sunset a few months ago from amazon and am now left frustrated as I did't want to miss any of this great short story! Just thought I'd share my frustration :)
 
 
Posted By: Britt - April 13th, 2009 10:24:33 am EDT
You cannot help but get into the excitement of Em trying to escape this serial killer. It makes you think if you would be that strong and have the will to live even after the loss she took at the beginning of the story. I don't think I could be.
 
 
Posted By: BrinaBaby - February 10th, 2009 1:22:41 pm EST
This was an amazing short story that captured me from the word go.....I loved it and the ending was just great! I love Stephen King. He is such an amazing writer. Never stop giving the rest of the world just a small piece of your gift....thank you!
 
 
Posted By: William Hendrick - December 12th, 2008 6:29:17 pm EST
Where else has this story been published? I just reread it in the current collection and am sure I have read it previously.
 
[It was previously published in Esquire.]

 
 
Posted By: Monkeygamer42 - November 9th, 2008 12:56:41 pm EST
I loved it! I especially loved the all the little gingerbread references. Not just the running bits, but also all the other things that deal with gingerbread cookies and how you play around with them. I liked the similarities between this story and "Duma Key." It was like a fresh baked cookie: cooked just right and doesn't get a chance to sit in the cookie jar for long. :D
 
 
Posted By: Lythe25 - October 22nd, 2008 11:46:01 pm EDT
I want it I want it I want it.... GIVE IT TO ME!!!!!!! I've needed my SK fix for some time now, and as an addict, I DEMAND a fix from my dealers!!!! What else will I spend my paycheck on???( lol, it's a beautiful story, I really hope it comes to print. Thank you for your efforts.) lol It must be nice to fart excellence like Stephan King!!!
 

 

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