I don't think the narration could have been any better. I was very impressed with the job Ann Heche did. I was caught up in the story and holding out hope that she would make it out. As always, Mr. King draws it out as long as possible, but by the end you have a very clear picture of his intent.
Stephen King can certainly tell a story. I was anxious and excited to see what was going to happen. I was not dissapointed. I was also pleased with Mr. Wasson's performance.
Since I listen to my books when I walk, this made me get out out more. I love Stephen King's storytelling. Once I'm in, I'm in, and this one wasn't any different. Only problem is, I walk outside, with his stuff can't walk too late in the evening.
Very well done by Steven Webber. I enjoyed. I had gotten away from Koontz as I was did not care for a few of his offerings. But I enjoyed this story and enjoyed the reader's presentation.
I used to read every book he wrote when they came out. Life changed, other things got in the way and I wasn't reading as much. Reading/listening to this took me back to why I enjoyed him so much. And hearing him read it was an added bonus. Loved it!!
Nobody tells a story like Stephen King. This is my first audio King book, normally I read and actually haven't read one in a while. I used to wait for his books to come out. This took me back to when I was a constant reader and made me realize how much I miss it. Just don't seem to have as much time now. Anyway....I loved this.
For my first book I wanted to choose an author and character that I knew and was pretty sure I would enjoy. I liked the tv series and have enjoyed many Parker-Spenser novels. I enjoyed this one very much. The he saids, she saids don't bother me. I did not have a problem with the narrator. I am glad to get back into "reading".
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