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    Creepy and brilliant

    I loved these four tales. Two of which I have seen. Willem defoe, even though he is a great actor, really shouldn't attempt a teenage girl voice and James Woods mississippi accent was actually creepy! Ken Howard's voices are all brilliant and there is a should be a warning with the library policeman. In the third to last chapter there is something that happens that can only be described as graphically disturbing. But still a great and terrifying tale! The sun dog is good and (I can't remember the narrators name sorry!) does at times sound like he has a mouthful of water! But if you can get past that it's a great listen and really well done. Classic Stephen king some of his best horror. Even though people may not think of it as horror

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