The Story was a bit predictable but entertaining. Some goofy horror moments. Beginning is slow, but story catches up about 1/3 of the was through. Would recommend if you're into goth and grunge music cliches
I love stories and traveling in a world beyond my own. I write them, read them, view them and now listen to them!
I think I would, but it'd be a long while down the road. The story was good, but it was thick and very descriptive. I think you have to be in the right mindset to take in that much flavor. For me, there would be no surprise to listening again unless it were a decade down the road.
For me, the moment when Danny was calling him, saying how he was lost somehow. That was a tingling moment of chills.
Craddack was the best. He took to that character perfectly and as the person on the other end, you can almost see the old man and the tent revival preacher ways in which he spoke.
Danny on the road.
I was expecting more of the chill factor. Over all it was a good story. Similar to his fathers writings. I would recommend it the characters seems really cool and bada** lol. Enjoyed it :)
I liked this story but it wasn't an on-the-edge of my seat horror that I anticipated. It's a good thriller but if you like horror stories that leave you scared when you put it down, this is not for you.
Phenomenal! Stephen Lang's performance is brilliant!
This was one of the best written books with the perfect narration. I tend to go for male narration but this was perfect and she did a great job adding twists and creativity.
Must read, you won't be sorry!
I love Joe Hill and this story did some very interesting things. I wasn't a fan of Judas and Georgia in the beginning but that doesn't matter in a Joe Hill story, you'll love the characters by the end. Stephen Lang has a very dry and harsh reading style which lends itself to this story very well particularly every time he says Craddick, he gives the ghost a very ominous feel which I really liked. Some of the character motivations and actions didn't always make perfect sense but the story is still worth the listen.