I think the author did a great job of capturing the feel of the depression era as well as the small town setting for the story. The relationship between the two main characters was well defined and engrossing.
The deep timber and slow delivery, suggestive of a southern drawl helped define the story line. The narrator did a very nice job with the southern accents.
As mentioned, this book had glitches, The sudden dropping out was jangling considering the intensity of the dialogue. Good story, well written, didn't want to stop listening!
All of the one's incessantly using the word grimaced. Which was usually pronounced grim-Aced but occasionally would be pronounced grim-ace.
I am very disappointed in this book. The constant use of the word 'grimaced" overshadowed any storyline to the point I grimaced every time I heard it. The use of modern slang, Romanized was distracting. poorly done.
Yes. King is the only author who's work I will reread or relisten too.
Disclaimer, I have been a huge Stephen King fan since I read
This book was an Ok listen.
This is my first book by this author.
The narrator did a very nice job portraying each character.
This book had an interesting enough plot to hold my attention but the writing needed to be tighter. Plot lines were left dangling never to be resolved. The author used the same phrases (it seemed a lot of the characters
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