The first half was interesting, but the second half sounded like "blah-blah-blah" almost all the way though.
Sounded like she had to stretch out the book to make it longer by talking about her frustration, and the trials and tribulations of getting anyone to talk to her.
Very scary descriptive book - I really liked it much better than the movie (which was good but fell apart at the end)
There was so much more to discover in the book, and even some shocking things I never imagined.
Steven Webber is a really good narrator, very dramatic - however, the volume changes in his reading made me keep the volume control close at hand to back off the loud parts and turn up the quiet parts so that I could hear them and not have my ears blasted out.
It loses one star for that.
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