I'm a Stephen King fan, but this book really hit home it's a lot like Stephen King never boring always something going on and ending was fantastic will read more of his books
This was my first Joe Hill novel and while it was a decent listen I just don't know if I like this style. The story was predictable but it kept my interest throughout. The tone of the book seemed to be monotone and the narrator was very good at being monotone. Almost so much that I would be falling asleep. The horror genre is not something I have read in so long that maybe it just isn't my cup of tea anymore or maybe I should stick to actually reading them instead of listening. I have another Joe Hill book on my library of listens so I will give both Joe Hill and the horror genre another shot. I listened to the whole book but have very mixed feelings about liking it or hating it.
Audible is better than TV
This is the second book I have read of Joe Hills, and I think it is very good. A very unique ghost story. The characters were alive, and I cared about what happened to them. The story and pace were fantastic.
It took me a chapter or two to understand the rhythm of the narrator, but once we were dancing to the same song he was great.
On the downside, the music between chapters needs to be deleted because it is very annoying.
The narrator's voice sent chivers down my spine multiple times throughout the story. The different voices used for the different characters fit so perfectly with the persons I made up in my mind it is spooky. The intonations, pauses, and fluctuation gives life to an excellent story.
I was looking for a really spooky, can't turn off the lights type of book. There was not one moment that scared me. The writing was good, story okay, narration was good but kind of reminded me of a one-man play, a bit distracting with all the acting. Wouldn't recommend.
Prolific reader, who always wished I could find a way to read and drive. Then, I found Audible. Wish granted!
I struggled to finish this. Really struggled. The narrator was excellent, but the story just fell flat for at least the first half. Eventually Mr. Hill pulled out some gorgeous imagery that somewhat kindled my interest, but even that couldn't hold it for long.
The development of the relationship between the two main characters was one of the things that I felt like I was supposed to be interested in, but... nope. Not even a little bit.
Would only recommend this book to Stephen King fans, and even then, with caution.
Decent book. Narrator had accent problems. I thought one of the characters was a leprechaun there for awhile. What is with the terrible music as an seg way to another chapter? Dude! It's not even metal. ...it's crap. The music kinda killed it for me.