Yes, it's nicked part of almost every private-eye-hunts-serial-killer book ever written, from Wilkie Collins to Chandler and beyond. Yes, you could pl..Show More »ot the beginning, middle and end without too many mistakes.
But that old formula in a great storyteller's hands can grip like nothing else, which is why we're still watching Sherlock and why JK Rowling's equally cliche-ridden latests are selling like hotcakes.
In other words, couldn't put it down (or whatever the audio equivalent may be). Highly recommended, have already downloaded the follow-up.
Recreate the experience without the cost by eating wasps
I've not read any Stephen King before so his fans may disagree with this but i thought this was terrible. It was so bad that i gave up with three hour..Show More »s remaining: an act which proved to be the most enjoyable part of this experience.
The plot is boring and utterly implausible. The narrative skips around aimlessly and the characters are bland and one-dimensional.
To make matters worse, the narrator has a particularly grating voice. His portrayal of "Halle" is like listening to nails dragging down a blackboard.
If you're fascinated by suicide induced by a psychopath through the power of telekinesis and the internet (i know!) then maybe this is for you. Otherwise, spend your money and time in almost any other manner and, chances are, it will be better spent!