Yes. To be able to grasp at the things I didn't catch the first time.
Aomame in the room with "The Leader".
Fuka-Eri (Eriko Fukada), she's 17 year old high school student, she's most memorable for being so odd in the whole story - that and a scene from the stormy night will get people to think how different yet not so different she is. Weird but true to her character.
Patience - Patience - Patience is the key, if you have none then this book isn't for you (remember, these are three books in one go - so you know), it's very long and detailed. You are basically in the world of 1Q84 once you're in - you'll know if you look outside.
I haven't read the printed version, but to hear the words come out of the legend writer's mouth is far more appealing.
Besides the posion ivy? I have to say is the odd jobs that he had before hitting it big time.
I have not, this is the first one, and it won't be the last.
The persistence that Tabitha had on King, they are good for each other.
This book isn't mainly on teaching about writing, it is a book more about the writer but he does give amazingly helpful tips on what to do. This is a must read for King fans and those who wish to become writers themselves, learn and see how the legend went from regular joe to master of the craft.
Top 3 - I will hear it again, and again.
Spock, because he's Spock, I can relate to being too logical. He helped the story's credit.
The way it felt like I was in the Enterprise and they were reading to me, it gives a thorough performance, almost like the show but in audio.
Yes, the end had a nice touch to the story, without spoilers, it did make you thing "was it"?
For the amount price listed, these are bargain brand, genuine show like entertainment. I will hear these over again.
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