I've listened to Black House several times. It's a great sequel to The Talisman but stands alone as well. Frank Muller (RIP) is an engaging and overall entertaining narrator. The characters have not only come alive but have become old acquaintances.
Jack Sawyer remembering his past.
The description at the beginning of Wisconsin and the mention of places that are almost, but not quite, real. The "giant six-pack" for instance (it was never Kingsland Ale!).
Henry Laden. He's just oozes cool.
I didn't mean to download this title. I'd finished all of my other audio books and had a long drive ahead of me. Boy, was I surprised by how much I enjoyed it!
The lead character and his "personalities"!
He brought a depth that a good narrator can give.
I laughed a few times out loud.
The story is really good, the narrators so-so.
The end of Rand.
I found their narration ok, but not memorable.
Get ready for a LOOOOONG movie!
I'm happy the series, after 20+ years, has finally ended!
It's hard to follow, with so many characters, separate story lines, and difficult to pronounce names and places.
I don't think so. I just never got into it with him as narrator.
I love the world created in the story, but it is so drawn out!
The depth of the writer's story universe.
I just never got connected to him.
Well, it obviously has one.
I've read (& listened) to a most of King's stuff. This story is ok. If you are a Stephen King buff, it's worth the time. There was a feel of incompletion by the time I finished. Campbell Scott may be a good actor, but his narration what somewhat dry, lacking emotional depth.
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