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Great & Secret Show
- By: Clive Barker
- Narrated by: Chet Williamson
- Length: 22 hrs and 24 mins
In the little town of Palomo Grove, two great armies are amassing; forces shaped from the hearts and souls of America. In this New York Times best-seller, Barker unveils one of the most ambitious imaginative landscapes in modern fiction, creating a new vocabulary for the age-old battle between good and evil. Carrying its readers from the first stirring of consciousness to a vision of the end of the world, The Great and Secret Show is a breathtaking journey in the company of a master storyteller.
Horrific Dark Fantasy
- By Michael on 09-05-16
Masterful story - subpar narration
What made the experience of listening to Great & Secret Show the most enjoyable?
The story is still great after all these years. I read the book when it was first published and re-read it a few years later. It's hands down of of my favourites of all time.
What did you like best about this story?
The world created by Clive Barker is simply wonderful. His imagination seems to know no bounds and The Great and Secret Show is one of his absolute best books.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
I'm still listening to the book and because of the pretentious and sermon like narration, I'm having trouble finishing it. It really just doesn't work for me and unfortunately it distracts from the story and makes me enjoy it less.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I'm just in awe of the greatness of Clive Barker.
The Chalk Man
- By: C J Tudor
- Narrated by: Andrew Scott, Asa Butterfield
- Length: 8 hrs and 39 mins
None of us ever agreed on the exact beginning. Was it when we started drawing the chalk figures, or when they started to appear on their own? Was it the terrible accident? Or when they found the first body?
Great story. 1/2 the narration god awful.
- By Tom on 03-07-18
Ok, but flawed narration
I really don't understand why the producers of this book decided to use an Irish narrator for the 2016 parts. It suggests that Eddie grew up to become Irish, which doesn't make much sense, since he stayed in the same town until the age of 42.
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