Under The Dome by Stephen King Paperback Book

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Author: Stephen King

Narrator: Raul Esparza

Format: Unabridged-CD

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio

Published: Nov 2009

Genre: Fiction - Horror - General

Retail Price: $75.00

Discs: 30

Synopsis

In Stephen King's mesmerizing new novel, a Maine town is subject to the imposition of an impenetrable dome that isolates its citizens from the world.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Vincent on 2014-04-08 13:17:50

A really long audio book. I should have got the abridged version, I only listened to the first seven discs and couldnt stay interested or awake. I sent it back at disc eight, I couldnt take it any more, boooooring !

BookLender review by Dutch on 2012-08-02 09:08:53

Are these people too nasty? This is not the first time I have marveled at how well Mr. King can portray mean, selfish, thoroughly nasty men. He really seems to understand what makes them tick, which is kinda scary. This is a compelling story of good people fighting a losing battle against several unrelievedly bad people and the spineless, stupid citizens who would rather be led than have to think. It is a very, very low view of our species. This long audiobook will certainly hold your interest to the end, but you may be fairly depressed by then. The book is competently read by Raul Esparza, although I never got used to the Southern sheriff accent he gave to the evil Selectman in this rural Maine town.

BookLender review by Stacy on 2012-02-03 17:15:27

Yes, twas looooong but I really enjoyed the unusual story. Kept my interest for days on end...easy to imagine what the town went through. King gave good details. Thumbs up.