I personally don't see how anyone (left or right wing) can argue with the logic Stephen Kings uses in this book. I would like to see this book passed out to everyone in our country, its a perspective on gun control that could save a lot of lives without taking away our right to bear arms.
I have always been a fan of Dean Koontz but this book was terrible. There was barely any dialog, it consisted almost entirely of the characters thinking and dreaming. I stuck it out to the end but it never improved, My sister couldn't make it past the first half. I miss his more exciting books like Phantoms, Lighting, Mr. Murder, Watchers and so many others. The first Odd Thomas book was good but after that they also became less dialog and too much introspection. Pass on this one, save your credit.
You can't go wrong with this audiobook. From the beginning to the end it's a great story (actually two stories in one) and the narrator is amazing, he brings the characters to life. Mr. King, do us all a favor and please go back through that box and dust off a few more of these stories that you weren't sure were good enouth because you were so wrong about this one.
S.K. is a master storyteller and I enjoyed every minute of Duma Key. It's totally worth the credit.
Carl Hiaasen's stories and wacky characters are always fun and George Wilson is the perfect narrator for Hiaasen's books.
This one is hard to put down. I love when Stephen King narrates his own stories.
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