No, but I do think there is a casting issue for this story. The narrator's voice doesn't allow one to envision young people in there 30's. She nailed the NE accent, specifically Maine.
Cujo. I would take him to dinner and spring for rabies shots for dessert.
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There is a death at the end that felt rash and not necessary ..... Like Mr. King was being called down to suppa and he had to be wicked quick...."not sure where to go with this ... Meatloaf's on the table getting cold... Alrighty... Kill, the end."
Not if it's read by the author.
Ms. Morrison had a huge support system, promising career, and was not financially devastated.... it was hard to listen to. "I had to fire my nanny, handed her an envelope stuffed with cash "... Are you kidding me? That said, I'd bet my experience would have been different with a proper narrater. The bland mono tone style of reading unfortunately kills the story.
It was like listening to a bored middle school student read aloud in class.
Preacher's ego. It was all about the preacher. Very little to do with the actual child, or anyone else stuck on this preacher's ego island. Trying to sell a book, I get it, but just be honest. It's about the preacher, and how he feels about every little thing.
Cut it to an essay that really, honestly, tells the story from the boy's perspective.
So, God only answers prayers from friends praying for them on organized church chains? Oy.
No way. Nope.
The soap opera like writing.
She was good, bad story.
I'm mad! Sunk cost... Listened to the whole rediculous thing hoping it would get better and it got worse.
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