Right up there at the top
the poor slob thinking he was a vampire
voices, and emotion.
Not sure, have not read the print verison....but the audio verison rocks!
the plane ride, for sure
different voices, I think
Both, cry & laugh, laugh out loud!
Yes, good, quick read.....plot moves right along, easy to follow, but tough to figure out
the nasty teeth
The last day of the trial
Yes, I would have
Typical Dick Francis! Keeps you guessing right up until the end.
The pace of the book, it moves right along.
Not sure what the tag line would be, but it would be one heck of a movie!
Absolutely! While I am a big SK fan, this may be his best. From the first few pages, I can captured, unable to stop the flow. Since I remember so vividly that day, and since I live in Fort Worth, TX, it struck so close to home.
It was eye-opening to hear streets, businesses, and landmarks I am so familiar with. But just going back thru that history, that time in our country;s past, made this something very special.
The end. I won't spoil it, but it was the ending.
Sadie, I think. But really, all the characters were, well, so real. I know that some were real, of course, we are dealing with real history here. But those who lived in Mr King's mind, they became real, too.
Oh, yes, of course, I wanted to listen to it all in one sitting. But there was no way for me to do that, given the length.
What a wonderful listen!!
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