I was a little concerned about the length of the book, but it was worth every minute. One of Stephen King's best in recent years. The story is engaging, the characters are real, and the reader is good, although sometimes women and children are a little whinier then they should be. I liked it so much I'm considering listening again because I will miss the company of this town on my commute each morning.
I'd like to think that it was mostly the reader, who made everyone sound ancient and annoying, that ruined this book, but it might just not have been one of Woods' best. The book was boring. And the reader just made it worse.
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