I would have had a Professional voice actor read this story. As far as the Story goes, it could have been a little more Gun Slingerish. Yes I know it's a story within a story, but for Gad's Sake, it seemed like the biggest character and Villain was the Storm. So we are revisiting really nothing as far as the Dark Tower is concerned.
As with most King stories the Ending seems a bit of a let down...then you let it sit with you. Then you sit alone in the dark and wonder, "Why the hell do I do this to myself?". Then you pull out the old "It is what it is" to make yourself feel better.
In the beginning it was very hard to tell which character is which. Typical King. Towards the end he got a little more into it, by that I mean he fluctuated his voice a tad more.
Yeah, only if you had listened to the whole Dark Tower series. Then it's a must. On it's own it's...Meh.
It easily has to be the Top Three...shameless.
Of course it is Biff. He is someone I can relate to if I had a personal physical relationship with Jesus. His Character Traits resemble those of myself and my own circle of friends.
I loved the Scene when we are introduced to John the Baptist and his penchant to almost drown people..
I had a hard time stopping. I did not want to break my day up from listening to the story. The voice actor did a awesome job of character interaction and comic timing. I will probably listen again.
Sure, I think he is genuine in his writing.
The Mosh Pit of Jewish Men celebrating...I try to imagine a Pantera Concert filled with Hasidic Jews...
If I can stomach is Nasaly Voice for 6 plus hours...yes.
Definitly..as long as it stays true to the book and doesn't go all "New Years" or "Valentines Day" on the bit...."Tu Bishvat"
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