The first time I actually read this book, I was very young and it scared the "$h1T" out of me. The audible book was no different. This so called "true" story had me shutting all the doors and playing music so I can go to bed at night. This is a must listen for any true horror enthusiast!
The whole story of the stand was developed great. It was great to get to know the characters in depth. It was great to see how each person played out their role in the plot. That is why I was very disappointed by the ending of the story. I won't spoil it for those who want to listen all the way through, but let me just say that it ends abruptly and predictably.
The continuing story of Harry Seldon and his Foundations could have been so much better if Larry McKeever didn't sound so much like a "Speak n' Spell" during his performance. So very monotone and unexciting.
Great, Great stand up...If you like whitty sarcasm, then this is the right stand up for you.
This book has a great story although it kind of drags on at times. The narrator, Roy Dotrice can be hard to understand as well. He tends to slur his speech a little too much with some of the characters. The plot is an intriguing one and has great character, scene and story development. I do look forward to the next book and would recommend this book to others.
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