This is a good story from Stephen King, but I am really struggling with the monotone and boring narration of Campbell Scott, in fact I would not buy and audio book he has narrated from now on. He spoils a good tale.
Starts off a bit technical and boring, but it gets better
Not as good as some of the others.
He is the best, I wish he read more books in Audible.
An hour into it and I just can's stand the narrator. He sounds a bit like Troy McClure from the Simpsons.
The worst book in this series, terrible narration
Not this series
No, she is terrible
A great series has been ruined
I am returning this
Use the same narrator as the first 3 books
Idiots, why do you do this?
After reading Pushing Ice I was looking forward tot his book, 3 hours in and it's just too painful to continue
This is a pretty interesting book, but Ringo does seem to go on dragging the story out, if you get it for a discounted price its ok. Not as good as the Troy series of books of his.
If you are expecting a sidesplitting tale then look for another book, this is Judith's story and it is a pretty sad tale punctuated by some classic Lucy humor. I enjoyed it, but by about halfway through I got the picture that she had a crappy upbringing and only listened to the rest because there were a few bits of comedy in there. If it were not narrated by Judith it would have been garbage, such is the content.
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