This is the story of a small-town nice guy - well liked, well respected - who one Friday afternoon sees his whole world crumble and as his friends try to help, they just make the situation all that worse, and he winds up terrorizing the town. This is meant for mature audiences only, as it contains sexual situations along with graphic gun violence.
Would you consider the audio edition of Fred Johnson Goes Crazy to be better than the print version?
I never read the print.
Have you listened to any of Dara Rosenberg’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
She did great leading up the drama of the story.
Who was the most memorable character of Fred Johnson Goes Crazy and why?
Well for me seeing the progression of Fred was the best part even though he did some horrific things.
Any additional comments?
I don't know how real the story could be but I imagine people can go crazy like that instantly. I was able to listen to it on a quick ride to work and it did make me think all day.