I watched the movie years ago. It was interesting to compare the book to the movie.
There is no comparison to The Green Mile. It has a truly unique storyline. Stylistically it is vary comparable to the rest of Stephen Kings books. King is a true master of character development.
He adds a voice and emotion, but if you have seen the movie it is impossible not to compare the narration with the movie.
It didn't make me laugh or cry but it did make me think a lot.
This is a fantastic book. If you have seen the movie, the book adds depth to the characters that was very fascinating.
I love Stephen King he is my favorite author but this book just didn't do it for me.
The book is all over the place and hard to follow.
This was the wrong narrator for the book.
Dumb question it is book one in a 7 part series.
It's the best lecture I have heard.
There is no comparison.
He was very objective and unbiased.
No, it was a lecture.
This is an excellent lecture from a historical perspective on how Christianity developed, and evolved. This is not a fundamental view, but a historical view.
I already have! This book is incredible! I did not want to ever stop listening. Once again Stephen King proves he is the best!
It's a toss up between Abra & Dan.
He does an amazing job with all of them! Rose The Hat was especially sinister! Dan Torrence was the most believable.
The entire book was moving because it was truly brilliant! I am moved by anyone who is a master of their craft and Stephen King is a Master Author!
This is one of my all time favorite books. It picks up exactly where The Shining (the book not the movie) left off. I love the book because it not only picks up where the book left off, but it also adds new twists and innovative new elements to the already deliciously twisted story of The Shining. We get to see what happens to little Danny (Doc) Torrence after he survived the Overlook, and we are introduced to a superb new cast of characters.
I doubt it. The only audio book I have ever listened to more than once was Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson.
When the childlike witch raped Macbeth
All of the scenes with the three witches.
I thought the scene in which Banquo dies was really pretty good.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book the narration was simply Brilliant and worth the listen just to hear it. If you liked Macbeth the play you will love the novel. It was very entertaining.
A better story.
The solo grandchild
This book could have been ok, but there were very long stretches of the book that were irrelevant.
The narration is masterful!
This should be a two book series.
The scenes with the Nogri
I wouldn't make a movie about an unnecessary book.
The series starts off great, but then it drags on and on. I found myself zoning out through a lot of the book because there are huge portions that just very compelling.
Conclusion, Finally, Over
There was far to much filler. This should have been two books.
Marc Thompson may be the most versatile narrator I have ever heard.
5 Years after Return of the Jedi.
This trilogy started out great, but there were huge sections of the book that were to slow. it had way to much "filler".
It is 1 or 2. This is a by far the best Trilogy I have ever heard. The narration was MASTERFUL!
It was incredible how well the narration was performed. Each character literally came alive!
They were all great. I especially like the characters Talon Card, and Grand Admiral Thrawn, they were both awesome!
No but it kept me on the edge of my seat the entire listen.
This is a perfect continuation of the Star Wars Saga. It is a must listen for any Star Wars enthusiast!
It was cooky, light hearted, and brilliant.
I can't think of any one moment that was the most memorable. It was very entertaining, because it was different!
This is my first by Stephen Fry, but he was brilliant!
I laughed many, many times through this book.
I loved this book it was deliciously quirky, delectably exotic, & damned funny!
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