Fan submitted reviews of Bag of Bones (Audiobook):|
Posted By: Anonymous - February 7th, 2013 9:47:48 pm EST
I loved it
Posted By: Name / Nickname - December 29th, 2012 5:10:03 pm EST
I love Stephen King
Posted By: Adultswim - August 10th, 2012 4:53:47 pm EDT
Have been on a Stephen King rampage, can't seen to stop. Everything started with the Dark Tower, soon after I finished the series I hunted down any book related to TDT. "Insomnia" > (This man has the most calculated minds ever) Stephen King can put so many books together with only a fraction of a connection. I have never had so much to say about 1 person, and this makes me seem close to CRAZY... ha ha. I say all this because I haven't stopped since I finally finished everything to do with TDT. I have every audio book he offers and have been listening to them for 2 months straight. Since I drive heavy equipment at night by myself I listen to 6-8 hours a day and still haven't seen even a shimmer of light at the end of this amazing tunnel. Haven't listened to this one yet, half way though The Stand (which is also a great book) "The Stand, if you believe that WWIII is coming in 2012 then this book will make you think long and hard" Bag of Bones is next on my list so here I come, and I agree with Deerhunter72"s review that Duma Key was another great book. If I ever (EVER!) find a long not so good book Stephen has published I'll be the first to tell everyone.
Posted By: Deerhunter72 - July 15th, 2012 11:21:19 pm EDT
My two all time fav. novels are "BAG OF BONES" followed closely behind by "DUMA KEY". I think what seperates the two is the simple fact that SK read "B of B". Steve is always bashing his ability to act lumping the two together when he rules at one and does suck at the other. Nobody can tell a story, spin his case, than the author himself.
Posted By: Dave-O - December 9th, 2011 8:48:59 pm EST
HANDS DOWN one of the best gothic ghosty-type stories PERIOD!!! SK is quite possibly one of, if not THE, best authors of our time (even though he doesn't think so himself). GENIUS story-crafting sir!
Posted By: Alexis - April 14th, 2011 8:54:50 pm EDT
I am finding the book really enjoyable, especially nice that SK is reading. The format is a problem tho--if you want to take the CD to another place, or it loses its place, the two "tracks" are a real pain.
Posted By: Carmelia Gamero - January 23rd, 2011 10:57:51 pm EST
my name is Carmelia Gameo i am from Belize Central America before the hurricane hit my country last year i use to own a copy of this book bag of bones by Stephen King it was such an awesome book i wish i could get my hands on another copy of this book so that i could read it over and over again. It's a book that you just cant put down once you start reading it. and when u finnish ready the book you will want to start reading it all over again.
Posted By: Jackwhite - November 17th, 2010 2:46:18 pm EST
Posted By: Rodsangel - October 8th, 2010 10:32:40 am EDT
This is very wonderful,,,,,,gives a good incite on the books.
Posted By: Julia - October 24th, 2009 3:28:13 pm EDT
Bag of Bones are my English book for home study.
Posted By: John - May 22nd, 2009 6:38:04 pm EDT
Mr. King reads this utterly engaging novel unabridged so you get the whole story as it was intended. An outstanding job of reading and the interview is an added bonus. Worth the $ and time. Susan, it is available in CD format. look on amazon.com
Posted By: Serialmonkey - February 9th, 2009 6:51:42 am EST
Posted By: Brett - January 23rd, 2009 7:19:13 pm EST
There are few books that I will read or listen to more than once but this is one of those. I never get tired of it. The story is one of my favoite Stephen King novels. Never gets old. The scene where Mike dreams of Joanna's dead body under the bed gives me the creeps every time.
Posted By: Susan - October 27th, 2008 4:59:57 pm EDT
I love this audiobook! Why isn't it available on CD?????
Posted By: Anonymous - October 18th, 2008 2:13:09 pm EDT
i LOVE this book