The Shining was my favourite King book, so it was wonderful to find out what became of Danny. One of my favourite things was the intro and prologue by Stephen King.
The narrator was great. He really captured the vibe of each character .
Great job by Will Patton. He does a wonderful job of reading King's works! Loved hearing what happened to Danny. Now we are all waiting to hear another Abra. Hope there is another book in the series.
You can picture the story in your head like a movie because he describes the setting til your imagination is hand feed what it needs to complete the world he has created. The narration was easy to follow because each character was given it's own voice to tell their part of their life they have been given in this tale.
shocking. deep. fulfilling.
Its really up there on its own pedestal. Its such a great continuation of Doc.
Couldn't pick one, they are all great.
The Shining was one of my favorite books and I was happy to follow up with Danny. I always wondered what happened to him. It is a bit different than I thought it would be., but a good story nonetheless. The performance was good, but not great. The voice is a little watery and his impression of a woman's voice is weird, but overall very good. There are a lot of characters and you are able to tell who is talking right away.
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.
The shining was the first Stephen King I ever read I didn't sleep for weeks because I was afraid one night of using the restroom because of Mrs. Massey in the tub. This was a wonderful follow up. Filled with all kinds of new nightmares. I recommend to true hard-core Stephen King fans