Recommend an Audiobook (to make commuting less of a waste of time…)

Discussion in 'Bred Any Good Rooks Lately? (Suggested Reading)' started by Jacques Schiddt, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. Jacques Schiddt
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    Jacques Schiddt Member

    Hello All,

    Having all Mr. King's books in printed form (and the original audiobook of IT, because it's my favourite book of all time…), I was wondering if my fellow Constant Readers could recommend/suggest/put forward their arguments for which SK audiobook I should invest in next for me to listen to while commuting backwards and forwards between home and work, so I can make better use of this "dead" time and take my mind off my fellow commuters.

    Points for originality of suggestion, based on your own personal preference or for the way the story has been narrated by its performer. Unabridged audiobooks only please!

    Diolch yn fawr.

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  2. aintshesweet
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    I absolutely loved Under the Dome. Raul Esparza's narration made this book really come to life. There were so many different characters, but somehow, he was able to give each and every one his/her own voice...I never questioned who was speaking...that's talent.
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  3. OldDarth
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    Bag of Bones. Narrated by King himself and combined with incidental music of the time period it really makes the story come alive in a way I never thought possible.
  4. Dana Jean
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    Dana Jean Beta Tester/Moderator Moderator

    Danse Macabre. So interesting and full of personal anecdotes.
  5. VultureLvr45
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    VultureLvr45 Well-Known Member

    The Dark Tower Journey...you won't mind all of the traffic tie ups.
  6. Lina
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    Lina Committed member

    I liked some short stories, for example The Boogeyman and Plot. Really good narrations.
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