one of my favorite king novels. Timeless and very much worth the time. Mr. Gardner does a great job on the narration.
no. did not like the agents of god/devil on the planet aspect. Long long read to get to a not very ending and not too many great scenes along the way. Might have been okay for its day but there are soooooo many better books out there now. I like post-apocalypse but this was not good. Try "The Girl with All the Gifts" or any Joe Ledger series books.
A masterpiece by Stephen King very well written really gets you into the characters and their struggles narrator isn't the greatest but not by any means bad either I highly recommend this book if you haven't read it
The Stand has always been one of my favorite Stephen King novels. It's a classic tale of good verses evil and that struggle with that and faith within oneself.
It is lengthy, but that's one of the best reasons to opt to listen to the audiobook. Plus, I love being able to stretch a credit out...it's almost equivalent to 4-5 books, so, if you're constantly listening to audiobooks, like I do, it's a great buy, by a great author, and a great story read by a great narrator.
It's one you'll never forget. I highly recommend it.
I did not read the original "edited" version of "The Stand". I fully enjoyed getting to know the characters in this unedited addition & truly feel the story would have lost the connection with these individuals if it had been! A great & not far fetched story of us & our struggles dealing with good & evil!
Its a fascinating tale that would begin on may 5th, 1989 in Mease Dunedin hospital and from there the legacy grew. I am adult now.
I was honestly not crazy about the narrator. The story would've been so much better had they not gone with Grover Gardner. Regardless Stephen King is the reigning king of suspense.
One of the best listening experiences I've ever had. Worth every penny!! Anyone that is a fan of the post apocalyptic fad that's going on now will love this book.