I'm sounding pretty flip here but I did like Sleeping Beauties reasonably well. It reads largely like a Stephen King book (so I wonder how much collaboration the co-authors did), with its detailed, intricate world-building and knowledge of small town life. It's also a fairly political novel: King is liberal and it is clearly pro-feminist, as well numerous digs at the current administration. Lots of the characters (and there are LOTS of characters) are pretty thinly sketched, including Evie, the goddess/witch, and one would think that she would be more developed, being so intrinsic to the story and all. I wouldn't put it up with King's best works by a long shot but would put it lower-middle of the pack.
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