Sinclair Lewis' fantastic drama of an religious anti-hero is super relevant today. He's such a despicable and appealing character, brought to life by the fabulous narration. I loved every minute of it.
I just finished 11-22-63 and wasn't expecting the old Steve King. Horrible evil characters with poison running through their veins instead of blood. Big Jim is beyond awful. It took me a while to get used to the narrator. Craig Wasson, who did 11-22-63, is so terrific. It was hard to hear Raul's Maine accent. And his French accent! But I stuck with it and got addicted to the terror. A good yarn.
People must have thought I was a crazy person - while I listened to this sharp, strange novel about a lazy egomanic I was laughing out loud. On the subway. On the street. In stores. The narrator and the novel are hilarious!
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