In a small, peaceful town on the Equator, the sun always sets at 6, and a good audiobook is always the perfect evening companion.
With all the eerie scene-setting of a Stephen King work, and more than a few horrifying events, this little story never really goes anywhere.
No, I would not recommend this book. A car-thing that eats people??? Really?
I enjoyed listening to the Gunslinger, so maybe. Or possibly it was just that the narrator was just that good.
Turn it off.
This may appeal to a younger audience that is less mature. Half way through the story I still cannot find anything redeeming about it and I turned it off. I will not wonder what happened.
It's a short story but I would have liked it to have an ending
No, because it did not have an ending
Yes, the differienation was obvious
One of my favorites. I'd not read this, so it was a double treat.
Creepy - sucked me right in.
Edward Herrmann nailed the Southern judge accent - the ending of "The Dune" gave me chills.
Definitely in the top of the heap
Characters were well-written and it kept your interest
Willy Wonka of it
Hard to say. As a short story it ranks pretty high, but it's not a novel so it's hard for it to have any lasting emotional bonds.
Say something about yourself!
Two short stories - worth my time and coin. "Mile 81" takes a while to start, but it was quite satisfying in the end. I'll say the same for the other short story "The Dune."
It's probably in the top 10. Mile 81 was a good story that is very well written. Basically what we've come to expect from King. However with that being said it may have been a little too pat. There wasn't alot of "shock or suprise" for me. However with that being said I loved the surprise story at the end. It was full of surprise and was really worth waiting for.
The interaction of the children with the "horse lady" and the "state police officer". It gave it an extra quality that made the characters feel more three dimensional.
No; however I look forward to hearing them more.
I like Mile 81, I am not sure I would change it. It's vague enough to make you wonder but yet tells you where you're at as well.
While I enjoyed Mile 81 the real gem for me is the suprise story at the end. It is a great peice that makes you think you know where you're going only to slap you in the face for your arrogance. Really a great peice.