It's always darkest before the dawn.
- first sentence
Bill, Holly, and Jerome are all back and so is Brady. Despite traumatic brain injuries and spending the past 5 years in a vegetative state (or maybe because of it), Brady has developed deadly mental powers. He can take over other people's bodies (and minds) and use them to do his bidding. He wants revenge, not only on Bill but on the entire city. Brady was dangerous enough walking around, but now he is even worse, especially because no one thinks he is capable of doing anything.
The thing I loved best about this book is the focus on Brady's paranormal abilities. Compared to the other two books in the series (which I enjoyed btw), this book more closely resembled King's previous works of supernatural suspense. This was an amazing end to a surprisingly good series.
I read a few other reviews that complained about the book being unrealistic and not providing a believable explanation for Brady's abilities. Being a huge Stephen King fan, I am thrilled with Brady's powers and I definitely wasn't looking for realism in this book. King's ability to take typically benign things/people/animals and turn them into supernaturally terrifying threats is part of his charm. I loved this book and highly recommend it.