Way too long! I got bored half way through -- but was determined to finished it. The abridged version probably would have been just long enough. I generally like Straub, but this was not one of his best. Plus the narrator's tone and diction was not a good match. At first I thought I was listening to some kind of comedy or children's book -- he sounded like Winnie the Pooh.
Not sure of a name, but someone with a deeper timbor than Lawlor.
Some - just too long.
Could not finish it... way too much to convey so little. Not what I expected.
This provided way more in written form. The story itself is decent, but just does not make for a good audible.
I had forgotten all about this book. It is a true classic -- all the new "end-day" stories are old considering this was written in the early 60s.
It had potential -- except it stole from too many other vampire, zombie, werewolf stories.
Not a complete attention grabber -- but was worth the time. Easy to pick back up if laid down.
No - I never listen more than once. If it was good, I might read it.
I love everything African... this was cute while at the same time true.
This was my first listen to Antony Ferguson
Honey Badger does care.
Funny Sweet Revenge
I listen while gardening or running...it was easy to pick back up after a day or two.
I like Koontz and the narration was super. But this was way too much like the final Frankenstein. Koontz could have gotten the story told in a much shorter time.
It could have done half the time
I listened for over an hour and could not get into the story plot... too much stuff at first with references to past -- with no past story line to shore it up. Was lost and the story line was not strong enough to hold my interest. I felt it was a sequal and I should have read or listened to a Part I somewhere.
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