This book had me on the edge of my seat in horror and laughing the entire book. I was sad when John described his story. It was so fast-paced that I must listen to it again. The dialogue between the two heroes was hilarious. Of course the descriptions David has of John had me bowled over in laughter. Of course I don't see how the blurb fits the book. The narrator isn't really talking to us at all. But the story is so wonderful in its oddities and the narrator is so good that I could not help but want to listen. This was a great read and worth the credit.
great read. may want to watch the movie first to see if you want to know more from the book. like watching Harry potter good movie but you know they could not fit it all in.
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This was to disjointed for me to follow. I enjoyed Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits and really delight his writing style. This just did not get it.
i have yet to listen to a sorry that has made me involuntarily laugh and have such good plot at the same time.
I may be way too young to be into this book, or this author, but John Dies at the End makes me laugh like no other work. There's more to hear even after I've finished the book several times. When ever you think you know what's next, your Dead wrong.
This story starts off great, intriguing, different, funny.... it draws you in, then gets weird, then weirder and then you get lost and by the end it stops making any sense. The last 10 minutes I had to listen to over and over because it seemed completely disjointed from the rest of the story, like it was the ending to a totally different book. I feel like I wasted my time, nothing was wrapped up and *Spoiler Alert* , John does not die at the end. Do NOT waste your time with this ridiculous discombobulated mess of a book