The way it ended--I did not see that 'solution' coming. It left me with more questions!
when the lightening flashed and they saw the hand.
Probably the dump guy. He was too much!
ANY Stephen King book is good! This one, though short, is great!
this book was way too long. every time I thought the story was wrapped up and over--it just jumped on to more. It could have been way shorter and more entertaining.
This is non-fiction, and in my many non-fiction purchases, it ranks in the top 10.
I hadn't heard much of these brain studies, and I was surprised and amazed at the depth of the program. Much insight into the how/why of violence, what might be causing it, how to predict it, who is responsible.
good and interesting information.
he has the loveliest reading voice!
this does repeat a lot of info I have read before--studies, experiments, etc. but still enough fresh to keep me listening to the end.
I've never read the print version.
helping me identify a manipulator in my life!
yes, and I did! I listened to it all day long while I worked about the house.
No one. No one ever. I have no idea if the story is any good because the reader was so bad.
as long as it wasn't read by Drew Campbell, I might consider it.
He Can't Read Out Loud. Or maybe he just didn't get the performance cleaned up by an editor. Either way, totally wrecked the book for me.
who knows? I missed out on most of it because I was so distracted by the reader.
The reader continually reads a sentence, starts it again, breaks off in the middle and gives the sentence a different reading, mispronounces names and just words in general and corrects himself constantly.Did NO ONE ever edit this book before unsuspecting people bought it??? Every time I got settled into his reading, he'd pull another mistake and I just ended up stopping listening to it all together. I wish I could return this one! What a loss!
In the top ten of my collection. Actually, I think all of the books in my top ten are by Stephen King.
Danny. It was really interesting to see what happened to him after he escaped the Overlook in The Shining.
oh-for sure the voice he gave to "uncle Billy". It made me laugh--I know I've heard someone just like that before!
I just overall enjoyed it a LOT. Patton's reading definitely contributed to my enjoyment with his different voices. and he even did the women really well, which can sometimes be tricky for male readers.
I would recommend this to anyone, but remember to read The Shining first, so it makes more sense to you!
Yes--it is the fifth in a series, and worth listening to.
I have lots already, and many on my wish list! I sure would!
Unfortunately, none spring to mind. That was the problem with this book!
No--just disappointment. I think it might be time to retire poor Odd.
Disappointed in the story--draggy and strangely bland. Not what I expected from either Dean Koontz or the Odd Thomas series.
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