The story was fabulous but Oprah reading it added so much to it for me, sometimes I didn't even recognize her voice, I loved it so much. Great, great read.
Her own take on the characters, bringing them to life. It was truely fabulous
I'll come back to this one. It wouldn't be so much any of the characters but Oprah and then to talk about the book and the parts we liked/disliked etc.
I have yet to have a bad read from any of the audible books regardless of author or reader.
This was not the normal Stephen King book until later on. It was great though. Really enjoyed the read.
No first time I've listened to Mare Winninham, although I love her acting. She did all the characters really well, I liked hearing the difference in her voice for each one. It never really ever sounded like her or how I"ve heard her sound on TV, but it was really great.
I've read Misery in hard copy at least 3 times, listening to audiobook performance was absolutely wonderful. I would rank Misery in the top 10 audiobooks I've listened to.
there is no comparison really, John Grisham is John Grisham as is Michael Connelly himself, there is no comparison to Steven King and any of his novels, he stands alone as well. Great author, my favorite of all time. No complaints about any of his books.
She put a real voice to this story although I kept picturing Kathy Bates who played in the movie and James Caan, but this was great
oh yes, even though as I have stated I have read Misery at least 3 times, this was better, couldn't wait to listen again and again.
This is the best book I have listened to by far. Craig Wasson did a wonderful job narrating this story. I was caught up in every word and loved the way Craig changed his voice to match the characters. Best book ever for Stephen King and I have read them all. Thanks Audible, Stephen King and Craig Wasson for a truly wonderful experience.
Stephen King brings all his characters to life, you feel what they feel, you smell what they smell, you cry when they cry so I have no absolute favs in this story, they were all great.
No this is the first time hearing Craig Wasson but I will definitely listen to his narration again.
This story held me captive thru the entire story, I did laugh out loud, cry, cringe, and easily put myself right there with the characters
Being in the 5th grade on 11/22/63 I knew what happened already of course but loved the way Stephen King had done his research and made this whole story absolutely believable. I really do wish there was a "rabbit hole" to travel back in time........that's the great thing about Stephen King, it all seems plausible and possible.
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