It was the first dramatized story I bought from audible. I cant bring myself to spend more than $10 on a five hour audio play, so I wont buy the next one in the series. All in all, it was perfect to buy when it was on sell. I enjoyed it on my road trip.
R2R2 really landed his speaking parts
Help us obi-one, Youre our only hope
I was on the fence about this one. Private detective , it's been done a million times. This story has all the elements you expect in a classic who-done-it, but the fact that the story is written by jk Rowling makes it worth my one credit. I'll admit the ending had a few surprises I didn't see coming and all in all, it was a good journey. Go ahead, but it and enjoy the story.
I will be the first to admit that Gregory Maguire can be a hit and miss sometimes. This novel though maybe his best work to date. The narrator really bring the witch to life.
I bought the fourth series on a deal of the day special, and got hooked five minutes into it. An all together awesome series.
I've got to say, this series is a real keeper. I love how she entwines the original novel into the story instead of making up new material. The only put out is the narrator, but I've discovered it is enjoyable if you speed up the performance to 1.25.
For some reason I enjoy King's work, but never got the hebie jeebies from them. I guess it took a cannibal who preys on young children to really spook me out. It has everything you would want from the king's franchise and so much more.
I liked how he gave you the option of closing the book almost at the end and taking a picture perfect ending or really socking it to you.
The dark tower was taken to a whole different level with muller . He just knows when to stretch out words and make certain things extra creepy when they need to be. This book is classic muller, no questions about it.
I've already called up the ladies and told them to jump on this train before it becomes a movie.
I like how it 'mirrored' the original story but took on its own life.
I didn't like the forced accents. It was a huge turn off.
I wouldn't say moved, but I thoroughly enjoyed this book and purchased the next book the second I finished the last chapter.
Hows this possible?
The dark tower. You wait for years for the series you grew attached to to end. Everyone has faults by the end of it, everyone is a slight anti-hero, and you are sad to bid them all a farwell.
Im not ashamed to say I cried while listening to this novel. It takes a while to get into this novel, but the minute it starts to unfold on you, it hits you like brick
I loved how each one of the characters have their own memorable moment in this book, down to the waiter.
Spolier Alert! My favorite scene had to be the father talking to the store owner about the broken window. It just reminded me that little things really imapct people in ways you cant forsee.
SPOLIER ALERT!!! I really liked the story, but have no clue why they had to end the story the way they did. I feel I would have given it more stars, but the last chapter just murked up the whole plot.
I liked the basic outline of the plot. It was less of a straight script like the hunger games was, but still didnt leave much to the readers imagination
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