Dogs are scary.
Any of SK's Dark Tower readers.
Sk usually picks such amazing narrators, but I could not get into this one.
this was better than what most authors write, but not Kings best, by half. his gunslinger series is excellent.
I always read the reviews for a book before I purchase and I read a lot saying the narrator wasn't very good. Then I found one that said she wasn't actually that bad so I decided to go for it. I honestly don't know what everyone was complaining about. I guess we all have our own preferences. As for the story, I have read a lot of King's novels, and as much as I love him, he has a tendency to add a lot of extra stuff the stories don't really need that slow down the flow. This one happily was not one of those novels with a lot of extra side stories. It flowed well, it was definitely creepy, and I thought the ending was perfect.
Not the best Stephen King book, but still pretty good.
Folks, the narration is just fine. I don't know why some people are shittin' on it so bad. There are FAR, FAR worse narrators out there. They'd probably have a stroke if they heard the 'Speak and Spell' narrator for Rendezvous with Rama... eeesh, now that's bad!
An avid reader that has run out of time to read and has turned to audiobooks to get his daily bookworm fed.
The story was not believable, the characters were all morons, the dog was way to smart for a dog that has had rabies for over a week, and the story was way too long.
Stephen King's The Dark Tower: The Waste Lands
I didnt necessarily dislike Ravers performance but I didnt like how she tried to do some of the voices.
It did have a few gross out moments and that would please even the most uninterested readers/listeners.
This could have been shortened and turned into a novella.
Stephen King, yes, Lorna Raver, maybe.
He should have shaved a hundred or more pages off the story (typical for him). The editing was poor, and the character arcs didn't match the intensity that King was trying to achieve. The entire thing seemed to fall apart about three quarters of the way through and it wasn't that good to begin with.
Depends on the book. She did poorly on some characters, but her narrative voice was solid throughout. I think she was the wrong person for the story.
The book had parts that kind of kept interest, but it was very scattered. I understand why he said he didn't remember writing much of the story, I would want to forget it too. He had to be drunk to come up with something like Cujo.