Yes, I would, the narrator has done such an excellent job in bringing this book to life.
I love Stephen's use of words, when he paints the world with his words, and then easily flips the world upside down in a matter of sentences.
Jake Epping, simply because the world revolves around him. Aside from him, Harry Dunning, really feel for him.
Yes! I certainly had moments where I gasped, smiled and nearly cried, especially at the end.
I didn't want it to end. I enjoyed the little details of the 60's era. The book was exciting I couldn't wait to hear more of it. The audio reader was very good. Stephen King was excellent.
Terrific story line, great characters, engaging narration. This audiobook actually made me look forward to my drive to and from work!
An Audible veteran with more than a decade of commutes listening to audiobooks.
The story and the characters were incredibly engaging. I really couldn't wait to hear what was going to happen next.
The characters and the circling around real world events and people.
I will get another book with Craig Wasson as narrator. His performance was really excellent.
Most books I only listen to in the car. This one I had to keep listening after my commute had ended.
I would recommend this book to anyone. Having lived through the period depicted in this novel, I enjoyed the references to products and life in general in the late 50's and early 60's. But anyone should enjoy the history as well as the truly engaging characters and story.
Craig Wasson doesn't just narrate the story, he ACTS it out. His performance is spot on perfect.
I would have loved to listen to it in one sitting, however it's too long for that. I did find myself making time to stop and enjoy a chapter throughout the day.
Yes. I was captivated by this book. Not usually a King fan as I don't like horror, but glad I risked this one.
Great oration. He is believable as the main character.
The best book I have read in ten years hands down. The story grabs you in the first couple of chapters. I found it a little strange but couldn't stop listening. Unlike anything I've ever read.
I am a person that tries and get through 1 book a week if possible. I am Dyslexic so this is really the only way I can get through a book. I have listened to more book in a year than I read my first 20 years of my life. I found the joy of audio books in the early 2000 and have been a audible customer since 2000 or 2001. I have over 490 books in 2 different accounts and listened to 90%.
Yes the performance made the story for me. Craig does a great job on accents and his JFK is very good as well.
I think jack picking at saving the world over his true love shows how string of a character he is.
No first time and I will listen to more now.
Nope it is very long book with a lot of historical information to take in.
Never read or listened to a King book before. I bought this cause the reviews were so high...I was BLOWN AWAY! The level of expertise in his writing and the amount of research and time taken to write this, wow. It was one of the best Audible Credits I've spent since "Ready Player One". Thank you Mr King for such a wonderful ride.
The only problem I had with the narrator was how he did the voice of Sadie. It just sounded a little bit wimpy, while her character was so strong. Other than that, his narration was exeptionally moving right along with the storytelling done by Stephen King. The descriptions were so spot on I could smell those dingy buildings as well as the strong dislike for Oswold. I was completely engrossed from start to finish and related with the lead character so much that I think I jumped or hooted everytime he did!
I am not a big reader of Stephen King because of the horror of it. This book wasn't at all like any of the other books. This book was amazing, once i started it, I could not put it down. I especially liked the narrator. It was comical and sad in places.
Lizzie's story reminds me of this book because of the time traveling.
Craig Wasson was magnificent.