NEW PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA, United States | Member Since 2013
Funny nonstop listen
It was narrated by nick offerman
Just as entertaining as his well written character.
I laughed and felt his passion for life.
Please narrate more books nick. Genius.
The book is about being true to oneself and trying so hard. That's why I would recommend this book.
The other normals, it's about a like-able outcast who can't make with no idea things would change if they just remained cam and collective.
Just in his movies. I think it's very similar to his films.He's not a bad narrator.
the book is intriguing from its first opening line to a satisfying climax with enough likeable characters to be rooted for even if you think they're not going to make it out alive. I would a friend should read. Stephen King is a true artist of making you sit back relax and enjoy what the hell is going on? Plus it rains body parts in the first chapter (spoiler alert)
I like the idea of a town run by a corrupt official and the followers. Realistic terror and tension. Really made the hair stand on end.
I like the way he brought the characters to life. Every detail of the voice of 25 or more was there. I could picture the faces of the characters as they talked and their action and reactions.
One Nation, Under Dome
Save the world
It's about unlikely of heroes. An underdog story.
I like perry
I was between books at the moment
James Franco reveals the true graphic and brutal reality of high school.
There isn't a comparison.
I would, it's a story that I can relate too. I had a gay best friend in high school.
Perks of being a wallflower, it's all about tolerance.
Will Grayson has a hatred for acronyms, I can relate.
Hide the children.
I would compare it to the film "Nightmare On Elm street" because its about children facing a supernatural evil.
Steven Weber performance was thrilling and i wouldn't expect anything less then the actor who played Jack Torrence in the tv miniseries of the shining.
"They All Float Down Here"
I've enjoyed Matthew quick ,he is a brilliant writer . This book will probably be a favorite in my ranking.
This book reminds me of silver linings playbook cause it's about an adult male learning to cope with being alone.
Winters tale is the other book I've heard him narrate with such depiction and dramatic interpretation . I can't really compare.
The part that really was the storyline about the main characters incredible gift.
Mind bending thriller
I liked that it kept you thinking amy was going to meet her maker eventually.
Julia whelan makes you really hate amy even more. Kirby heybourne makes you really feel for him.
I could have been on the edge more than really just reading it myself.
I wish it didn't end the way it did
It's probably up there. A bit drawn out sometimes.
It was entertaining. Talk of could have been toned down a little.
No he's a unique storyteller.
Not really it took time to get used to it.
I certainly think it's better as an audio because you put a picture and place it scene by scene.
The most memorable moments are when Philip doesn't exactly situations too seriously. I'm a lot like that. I can relate because also the baby in my family.
Never have but he reminds me of Steve Buscemi. Good reader captured the tension perfectly.
I honestly feel like Philip and I would hit it off.
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