Bone chilling horror story that could give nightmares to the squeamish. I dare you to put yourself in the shoes of those that are trapped in this situation.
Andy, Sun and Frank are the heroes. But I think Bud was the most interesting.Bud was able to make my goose bumps run and hide .
This is the first time hearing a performance by Luke but he did an exceptional job.
Although I did not cry for any of the characters, I could sure feel their fear.
This book is what a " true horror" story should be. Edge of your seat mind numbing terror.
I found this book very slow moving with a very weak plot. In no way do you get the sense of knowing the characters as they are not developed to any extent. The people of Alaska are portrayed as uneducated and have to use profanity to express themselves. I kept hoping that the story would improve but that just did not happen. Save yourself a credit and having to listen to ten hours of gutter trash language.
I've now listened to two of Stephen Hunters audio books. I find that his characters are well developed and the contents are well researched. His stories move with a fast pace from beginning to end. The only flaw that I notice is the excessive use of profanity through out. I know that he is being realistic in the language of his characters, but needs to tone it down a bit.
An amazing idea for a story. It's to bad that the author used a a great story theme to paint Christians as hypocritical bigots. In a story with so many characters it is odd that a God fearing righteous man or woman could not be found is this town.
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