The Last House on Needless Street
Narrator: Christopher Ragland
11 hours 30 minutes
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Completely odd and utterly disturbing. This book was an ideal segue into fall and Halloween.
Don’t be taken in by the summary. It is completely false. But then again, it’s also true.
To be clear, you will think, “What the heck am I reading?” for a good 2/3 of this book. The storyline is convoluted and confusing. Yet, I was fascinated and compelled to keep reading. The unnerving vibe of the characters and plot played well with this style of writing. And just as I thought I had figured one thing out; another thing would make me question everything again. The secrets of this book are held tight until the very end.
The audiobook is exceptionally well done, adding an extra layer of suspense and mystique. Narrated by Christopher Ragland, his rendition of the characters and nuanced approach to the text makes this book a complete experience.
There is good reason for Stephen King brandishing his stamp of approval on this book.
Thank you Catriona Ward, MacMillan Audio/Tor Nightfire, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review an advanced copy of this book.