The book is well written. I don't normally like the british accent when listening to a book but this one good listen. I did not have trouble understanding what was being said. The history of the house is sad..the story pulls at your heart strings for the children.
I would not without having said friend read/listen to Rushed (book 1). Having said that, I would highly recommend these books! They are not heavy on the horror aspect but they are a really fun listen.
Eric, just the way he handles all the obsticles he is faced with through out the book.
No, but the whole story line just kept my attention, and I can't say that about all the books I listen to.
In my own personal opinion, these books do not disappoint.
Creepy, Provoking, Enlightening
The way he vocalized the thoughts of the Warren's, the way he told the story. I liked it.
I read this book many many many years ago, when I saw it here I had to have it and listen to it. Was not disappointed. I started reading the Warrens' work when I was a teenager back in the early 80's and have been fascinated with ever since. It was very sad when Ed passed away back in 2006 but we each must move on. This is a couple I could have sat down and talked with for hours. Not everyone believes in the paranormal, and for those that don't well they don't, I am not one to push what I believe onto anyone else. I have always believed in it and will continue to listen to stories and read books on the subject.
If your are ghost paranoid then this book is not for you if you wish to sleep peacefully again, but if you can listen to it with a detached sense of mind then it is a great listen, if you don't believe in the paranormal at all I would keep on moving to the next book cause the whole book will be an eye roll for you.
The idea was very interesting. I can absolutely see big industry testing like this and the average person would have no idea it is happening.
How she was able to portray the male characters voices.
No, it was strange enough with adding a follow up to it
It is your typical John Saul book, centers around teenagers and kids. It is an alright listen, there were parts where my mind started to wonder and I would have to rewind. Typical single mom, single dad, meet and combine families in the beginning. Lots of teenage angst.
If there was nothing else to listen to, I would. It was a good story the first time around, but not good enough for me to listen to again.
When Kip stopped being the victim and stood up to his older brother. I mean really!
Don't turn off the Lights!!!
Very interesting idea for this book. There were parts where I reallly just wanted to slap the main character silly and tell him to get over himself, but overall a good listen.
Just short of a Zombie Apocolypse, but, it is not a book about Zombies.
It was interesting enough to keep my attention, without being overly gory.
While not fighting Zombies in this book, it has the same feel. It is an interesting story, the ending felt a little rushed, but really it ended in the best possible way it could tying up MOST of the loose ends. The book has some gory parts but they are not overly done, just enough. Great story line, felt there could have been more action, but what there was of it was acceptable. This book does drag in a few places, where eye roll happens, but overall not bad.
Would not say the absolute best listen, but was a very good listen
I really liked how he portrayed each character. The personality of each character came through with his different inflections of each.
This book is by no means one that will keep you awake at night with things that go bump, but, it does let your imagination run wild with the description of the creatures Eric comes across in his day of travel. The humor between the main character Eric and wife is very entertaining. I look forward to the next in the series.
The story is very good, but getting over the narrator....the voice drove me crazy!!! Clear your throat and speak up!
Absolutely Not!! This guy basically whispered in this rough harsh whisperish voice like he needs to clear his throat voice. The story line is the only thing that kept me listening. I will not be getting another book that he is the narrator on.
If someone like Scott Brick, Joe Montenga was reading this book.
Based on the book description alone, yes, but after reading the book. No. It listed a mystery thriller, but this book is really neither. It just follows a little girl who lost a sibling.
Small SPOILER: Without ever reavealing what truly happened to her brother leaves this book just hanging. Listening to the life of this little girl growing up was interesting with her family an all, but seemed to me nothing was tied up.
The book followed a topic that I have always found interesting.
Her reading style takes alot to get use to. She made the main charactor of this book ALWAYS sound so ominous. It was a struggle at times listening to her, but the story itself was good enough to keep me going.
If I had the time to sit and listen to an entire book at one time, this book would not be the one.
The story line is good. The book is about 200 pages to long. While I really enjoyed the story line, at some points it did get montonous, the same thing over and over again. I would recommend this book to someone, overall it is a good listen.
I loved this!! If you don't listen to The Shining first then you will find areas in this book that will lose you. Watching the movie The Shining does not follow the book. There are things they added to the movie that is not in the book and things in the book that did not make the movie. I would recommend the unabridged version, I have listened to both and I have watched the movie.
I am a big Stephen King fan so I was very excited when this book was released!! The narrator did a good job, had me wondering at first if I was going to be able to listen to him for long, but he grows on you.
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