Addictive, eye-opening, recommendable.
It is rare that I find a book that when finished, I want to go right back to the first page. This has easily become one of my favorite books, I have been telling everyone to read (or listen) to it. Nicola Barber's narration is fantastic, and she nailed both the cockney and Irish accents she uses at different times for the book.
I will for sure listen to Mr. Mercedes again, I really liked it. It isn't my favorite of King's novels, and its nothing like what he is known for, but it is a great story nonetheless.
Yes! I don't want to give anything away, so I am just going to say yes!
I enjoyed the two different voices.
Ugh, they were both main characters are horrible people, which is part of the charm of this book I guess. I don't want to spoil anything, but lets just say I do love me some revenge.
Yes, it is extremely entertaining, and it felt like each chapter left on a cliff hanger.
I will of course listen to this one again. I think its as good as "Gone Girl." I loved that it kept me wondering the whole time, and just when I thought I had the culprit pegged, I was only half right.
The total creepiness of it kept me intrigued.
She did a great job on using different voices and inflections for different characters.
I have recommended it to a friend, but warned her that its my least favorite of Flynn's three books. With that being said, it is still a worthwhile read.
Will her dark family secret be brought to light?
I love the multiple narrations in the audiobook.
It wasn't my favorite, but it was a far cry from my least favorite.
I was actually pretty bored, and had to force myself to focus on the story. I think this is a book better left read by the junior high crowd.
If said friend was a Stephen King fan, such as myself, I would recommend it, if they are new to King, it wouldn't be the first of his I would recommend.
The recording was kind of muffled which irritated me.
I just liked the Beaver character, I liked his humor and vocabulary.
Incredible character story.
There is only one option: Dolores Claiborne. She is my favorite because she is one tough broad who doesn't sugar coat the awful truth.
I can't imagine anyone besides Frances Sternahagen reading this book. She brought depth to the character, and had a great Maine accent that Dolores would have.
Ann Rule always writes awesome books, and I love her True Crime Files books.
I would recommend this book to my friends who aren't put off by graphic details. However, the first story about Morris Blankenbaker was a little long.
Well, heres the thing. I could have used a different narrartor. Here characterization of the male players in the book was off-putting, and because most of the players in this book were male, it was slightly annoying.
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