Yes, because King's writing is riveting and Scott's performance made the writing come alive.
The detail and the imagery, being terrified.
No, but I've added many of his other performances to my wish list.
I would recommend that a friend read the book instead of listening to the audiobook because I think that I would have enjoyed it more that way. I had a hard time keeping track of the characters. I don't know why, but when a character yelled/screamed, it bothered me that the narrator read those parts in a weird raspy whisper voice. He also mispronounced some Maine place names.
The questions that aren't answered, mainly why do they do this?
I don't know. I liked him mostly, but the yelling voice was weird to me.
No. It would ruin the ending of this one to know what happens after.
As someone from Maine, I don't understand why narrators/readers can't find out how to pronounce the names of places in the setting of a book. I imagine it's the same for listeners from different parts of the country/world. It takes me away from the story to hear a simple town name mispronounced.
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