Yes - Stephen King is always a pleasure to read/listen to, and it is good to have the readings broken up into short stories rather than one huge novel.
Probably Clark in 'Rock and Roll Heaven' - we can all emphasize with getting lost on back roads - especailly before the days of GPS.
Very good - the narration made the stories come to life - even adding some sound effects, which was cool.
Pieces of Nightmares
As with most Steven King material, this did not disappoint.
Yes - Very good plot - hard to put down (pause the audio)
The grim alternate ending of the Cuban Missile Crisis
Being able to differentiate between which character was talking by the inflection in the reader's voice (which is done extremely well in _11_22_63, right down to the Southern drawls and Russian accents)
_A Tangle of Timelines_
Excellent book, but a bit too short. Given the millions of alternate realities, King could have had fun with many other events. I feel he just scratched the surface with this alternate timelines theme. I'm currently listening to _11-22-63_ by King, which takes this theme and focuses on one event. It is like _UR_ was an appetizer to this longer novel.
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