I'm sorry to disagree with other reviewers of ths book but I found it a frustrating listen. It came across to me like an old Cowboy B-movie. Characters are either wholly black or wholly white. You don't learn much about any of them, or care much about any of them either. The plot is telegraphed to an extent that you can safely skip forward through the more rambling bits to get beyond the point you have already grasped. This may be a genre of fiction that goes over my head, so I appologise to King's many fans, but I'm afraid it left me wishing I had used my credit on something else.
"Not for musos"
If you work in a rock-band then avoid this novel. While the author has tried to research the "technical" side of gigging he makes some dreadful goofs as far as the gigging vibe goes and the practicality of fullfilling a tour with a decreasing number of bandmates. It just wouldn't work like he says. The first guy to get killed is the bass player but they carry on happily with the keys guy "playing his part" - in a rock band! - get real. I gave up on it ,but if you are not in the business then you may find this a decent serial killer yarn.
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