It was good but not great.
It is better than red dragon
I thought he did a great job narrating
The book could have been great but Thomas Harris is to indulgent as writer. He gets bogged down in minute details and that bores me. I hate when authors don't allow me to use my imagination.
Yes it was very educational, but it was also very dry.
No he is to mono tone.
He put me to sleep.
The story was about Genghis Kahn not Jack Weatherford.
This is an extremely detailed account of Genghis Kahn. It is very insightful, but it also very boring. I listen to audio books while I drive, and this book made me want to fall asleep at the wheel.
I have already, not because it's a great book but because a large portion of the book is set in Tulsa Oklahoma which is where I have been for the past 38 years.
The fact that he mentions the Tulsa State Fair, and the old Bells Amusement park.
The narrator was dreadfully boring, and dry.
No! The book was dry! Stephen King is much better than this.
I was very disappointed in the book. I had very high hopes, and the book did not live up to them. If you listen to audio books while driving do not get this book. It will put you to sleep.
Yes, because the narrator adds a lot to the characters.
Captain Skull, He was a very cool character every time he was mentioned the story got very interesting.
The torture that captain Skull endured was really some good story telling.
This book is read in four parts. The fourth part is dry, dull, and boring. They should have stopped at part three and the book would have been perfect. The last part was so dull that I barely got through it.
It's in the top 5
It would be a toss up between Gus, and Mattie.
It's hard to say their were many great moments in the book, but when the Mexican officer asked to be shot to let the others go free, that was inspiring.
No moment in particular, I was moved by the book as a whole because it was very well written, and superbly narrated.
This is a quintessential Western novel, and must listen. This is a great book even if you don't like Westerns.
I have been anxiously waiting more from the Reckoners, and this was a great appetizer.
Well, Steelheart of course.
I have listened to several of his narrations. He is great in everything.
Not at all.
Can't wait for Firefight.
The narrator was fantastic
Very long and cumbersome. Great character development, but damn enough is enough.
Honestly if it weren't for his performance I would not have finished the book.
St-st-st uhtttering Bhu Bhu Bill.
This book would have been great had it been about 20 hours rather than 45. It was just to long. I expected it to be scary, but really wasn't scary at all. King is a master story teller, and he is great at twisted plots, but not really scary.
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.
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