I can't really answer that. I personally prefer to read books but I have to settle for audiobooks on my 3 hour commute every day. The narrator did a wonderful job though. I like that he didnt go overbored trying to do voices.
I liked all them and the dynanic between them. Doug was probably my favorite.
He has a nice deep voice that compliments the tone of the book.
Monsters aren't the only thing out to get you.
I love horror stories. I usually read Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Richard Matheson, John Saul and the like. This story isnt a typical horror story, being that actual monsters are only half the battle but I think thats what makes it great. I love this story and will listen again.
I love reading horror books and being scared!!!!
yes, especially because they picked a good narrarator, my only complaint about him is that he spoke a little fast at some parts of the story.
without giving to much of the story away. i really liked how the "Ghoul' was not the only villian in the story, and in my opinion he was not the worst of the villians in this book either. all in all this was a very good coming of age story even though it wasint the scary i thought it was going to be, this book is pretty scary in a way you will only know by reading it.
Wayne June had a great voice and it fit well in the the charactors.
The "Ghoul' isint the only ghoul
if you are considering buying this book you definitly should. if your looking for a supernatural scare like i was then you wont find it here. instead you will find a scare you where not expecting, and a story that is very well written and pretty sad in my opinion. it is definitly a keeper that i will read again in the future.
We were all kids once, and this is a typical Brian Keene gore fest with unmentionable violation of women. This is the only aspect I don't like about Keene, but if you want a pleasant read then go read "Gone with the Wind!"
This is a classic Brian Keene, not for the faint of heart or the viscerally sensitive. Be ready to be spooked, horrified, and saddened. Keene does not try to redeem the better qualities of the human race, but to expose the darker elements, and the supernatural, and let you digest it.
wise in the ways of metal
Excellent characterization and a rapid pace.
Stand by Me (Stephen King) for its realistic portrayal of young boy characters.
The narrator himself. His mechanical delivery gave tension to the reading.
The Ghoul himself, if he could restrain himself.
A really great listen that was better than expected. The story is very intimate but with hints at a much larger overall horror as we learn a bit of The Ghoul's origins.
I really enjoyed this. the story and the reading were good. the narrator conveyed different voices extremely well. as with another listener, i used up my credit too fast on this one! a slight criticism - the narrator should slow down just a little. otherwise a good 'spend' of a credit.
Wow, what a great job by the narrator. I have never heard such great voice work by a male speaking for females. Usually, it is poorly executed - not here. Great character differentiation as well. The story was also interesting and atmospheric, making great use of location descriptions. Highly recommend.
Yes. The way the narrator tells the story, it's as if your watching it on tv.
The cave part.
I would highly recommend this book to the adventurer.
Yes. In time. Why? Because it ws entertaining.
Dan Simmons wrote great book that would compare to this. I forgot the name, but I think it had Summer in the title. It was about a group of kids, friends, an old school. That probably isn't real helpful, but maybe someone can help me out here and come up with the name.
The story was good, well written and the reader was very good. I have listened to books before where The reader ruins the book.