The narrator was exceptionally talentedt! The story was one of Stephen King's all-time best, in my opinion.
Jake Epping, the protagonist. He is one of those great multi-dimensional characters that is so hard to portray in any story.
Voice characterizations were superb. I was caught up in the narration and story from the get-go and was enthralled until the very end.
Absolutely, but I didn't want it to end! That's how you tell a good story from a great one.
After many years of swearing off Stephen King (I'm not always happy with his story endings), I couldn't resist the many rave reviews about the novel and its ending. Consequently, I found out in the afterward that Joe Hill, Stephen King's son and author in his own right, helped with the ending.
Yes. Everyone should read/listen to Stephen King's "The Stand," especially apocalyptic fiction fans, although King describes it as a religious, good vs. evil novel.
Descriptive novels are the best--it makes you feel like you are one of the characters.
No, but he did an excellent performance.
I wouldn't rename it knowing the content and King's description of the theme.
I've always had a problem with King's endings, except for "11-22-63,"
Maybe. I very rarely repeat a book.
Confrontation between The Monster & Frankenstein.
He was enthusiastic.
I wouldn't rename this classic. The name Frankenstein has become synonymous with The Monster.
Well worth your time to read all of the classics.
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