But good or evil, innocent or guilty, none has ever seen the brutal likes of the new prisoner, John Coffey, sentenced to death for raping and murdering two young girls. Is Coffey a devil in human form? Or is he a far, far different kind of being?
There are more wonders in heaven and hell than anyone at Cold Mountain can imagine. In The Green Mile, Stephen King builds the tension page by page and then delivers a revelation that will truly blow your mind.
©1996 Stephen King; (P)1996 Recorded Books
"King's best in years." (Entertainment Weekly)
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I loved this story, and I now love the film that much more as it's such a good representation.
I loved all of the characters and found the story completely captivating, not wanting to get out of my car where I was listening to it.
The reader was great, doing all the voices exactly as described. A must-listen!
A great story and a great narrator this was perfect to listen to on long drives.
there's very little difference between the movie and the novel, and I didn't feel like I gained a greater insight into the characters either. Still I found it enjoyable to listen too.
"Much better than film"
Very much enjoyed this its far better than the film would definitely recommend to all!
This audio book is one of the best. The story is brilliant and the narrator really does it justice. I would recommend this to anybody, and if you've seen the film first, remember that the book is always better.
Wow - what a book. A friend had said it was his favourite book of all time. Normally I steer clear of Stephen King as I am not a fan of horror stories. The Green Mile is not a horror story. I also steer clear of American literature and American narrators . The narrator made this book a ' page turner' . The book is wonderfully written and I think it too will become a favourite for me.
"absolutely gripping story, beautifully read "
great characters and a fabulous story. a beautiful book and as ever Frank Muller brings the characters to life and reads with that gorgeous voice
"very good reading"
brilliant narrator apart from the cajun delacroix who sounds like a Pakistani from Mexico who lived in Glasgow for many years.
"A much loved tale"
Would have to be top in my 10
The killing of del
Great voice in all
Quite scared for a lot of this story
Laughed loads at the moon pie sceen
Loved it,read it and seen the film but this was better. The narrator was very good and made the story come alive.
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