It's up there based on Ray Porter alone. I think I would love listening to him read the dictionary.
There were many spooky parts that were great and some cringe worthy ones as well.
The whole thing. You can always tell which characters are talking w/o having to be told. Most definitely the best narrator I have come across.
Like I said before, it's definitely not for the faint of heart. It's not extremely violent or gory but the are certain parts where you are just like.....damn.
A good book by one of the better horror writers ever made even better by today's best narrator.
The characters are what makes this series so damn great.
The opening scene when the red scope lights end up dancing a little to far south for Joe's tastes.
Ray Porter is Joe Ledger. If they ever lost him as the narrator for this series, it would take a serious hit and that's saying something because its so well written. Nobody else could do this like Ray Porter does.
Whenever he is reminded of a certain person, don't want any spoilers, the Maberry/Porter duo really makes you feel the hurt and loss Joe is dealing with.
Any Ledger novel, as well as the short stories is worth the precious credit.
The baseball that was involved. You always see those people behind home plate and now I'll never look at those people the same way.
It would fit right in with any of his short story collections.
Watson does an excellent job. He has become one of my favorite narrators of King's work along with Frank Mueller.
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