why muller for regulators

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Don't get me wrong, he's a legend,but all his audiobooks r that same drawn out last word. Don't get me wrong I like em just man someone like will patton or Craig wesson who did 11/22/63 was awesome. Who knows, maybe they declined.
At the time it was originally recorded, Frank Muller was at the top of the list as Steve's audiobook reader and Will Patton and Craig Wasson weren't on the radar.
 

Cheffie1983

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This book...whoo boy...scared the CRAP out of me. The way the world is now, can you imagine some crazy crap like this happening? It hits so many emotions...it's scary good.
 

Cheffie1983

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I just picked up a hard copy of this one today - I have yet to read it

(Have you read the other one - Desperation?)
How could one have not? I think Regulators, Desperation, and Needful Things show the true horrors of which mankind (of course the profound forces are not) is truly capable of. Sometimes I think of SK as kind of a Nostradamus, if you would. HE JUST KNOWS!
 
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