This was a great "edge of your seat" story, that keeps you thinking about it long after you've read it. The narrator does a great job of keeping the suspense high.
I enjoyed it and would recommend it.
I just achieved App Master!! I never thought I would make it this far!! Thanks Audible
I THINK THIS IS A DOUBLE TAKE,I NEED TO START OVER. THE TALL GRASS MADE NO SINCE..THE ONLY GOOD THING IT'S A SHORT BOOK.I JUST KNOW KING IS'NT THAT BAD.I'LL LET YOU JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.THE NEXT TIME I LISTEN AND I THINK IT'S BETTER I'LL CHANGE THE REVIEW..
This is the kind of Stephen King story I love. Scary and suspenseful from beginning to end. The endings of his more recent novels fall flat for me although I love the journey along the way. This one is 'open mouth wide' horror. Loved it!
I have enjoyed several of Joe Hill's stories and numerous King stories. I enjoyed the father son collaboration. The story flowed very well, you couldn't tell that two different minds were writing the story. I was entertained and finished rather quickly. The narrator was good.
A lot of other reviewers were shocked by the twist. It's not shocking. It's a parody of itself. Overall it had no value as entertainment, but if your vehicle is loud this makes good white noise.
This story is confusing if you don't listen closely. It's the kind of story that keeps you interested. Some times I felt like I was on the edge of my seat! Love this book!!
I love ALL Stephen King Novels...Cant rank them, they are all GOOD
Horns by Joe Hill. Both stories involve something 'weird' happening in the middle of innocent looking fields/woods that no one would believe could happen
King has a way of making the ordinary.... extraordinary
On Mile 81...Keep the windows up and the radio on
Big fan of both authors and even though it's a short story it wasn't a butt kicked. Not worth the cost. Spend a few more to get either guy's full length novels.
I absolutely loved this story. Crafty writing that shows how talented Stephen King and his son Joe Hill are at writing modern horror.