I cried like a baby at the end! Now I am afraid to watch the movie!
not much. That will take a few re-listenings.
not sure! so many out there....maybe
fun, however dark read!!!
Most comedy skits/shows/ books by celebrities these days have too many political and personal lifestyle views that I do not agree with. This is brilliant material though. She sounds as if she is reading off a quick grocery list, as if in a race to finish it. I have actually had to rewind or use the slowdown setting quite a few times. BUT this is really very entertaining and I can't contain laughs while my IPod is in my ears (I have to pause during my morning workout so people won't look at me funny!), once you get over these little glitches. She's great with impersonations too. Take what you like, and leave the rest. THIS could be a classic.
OOOH I loved this collection. This is much better than his other ones. The narration could have been better; Ms. Hecht's voice is a little "wheedly" and irritating like she has no brains at first in her narrations. But then she tends to turn out later sounding like a "ha-ha I caught you" sarcastic feel--which is more fitting for the plot--"Big Driver" was my favorite. King's newer full-novel audiobooks are too wordy,have stupid music and sound effects( and they go off-tangent) but most of his collections really keep me on my toes. Craig Wasson is good too, though I didn't care for "1922" too much--it was over-acted. But all that aside, once again, Steve, you are back with that virtual butcher knife, slicing right through to the hilt! Way to go!
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