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
I love reading horror books and being scared!!!!
Pretty much everything about this book disappointed me. it started off pretty ok but as "Mile 81" went on it got worse and worse, and by the end of the story i didnot like it one bit. i read books like this expecting to be scared, but buy the end of this i wasint even entertained. especially beacuse the story was based around a MONSTER CAR WHO EATS PEOPLE,, and the end was HORRIBLE. the second story "The Dune" was pretty ok, better than the "Mile 81" story but it was still weak. all in all it was pretty WHACK in my opinion.
if your thinking about buying this...BEWARE!!. theirs no scares or thrills
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."