The Mist Audio CD
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1) Production Quality - Here is where the audiotape shined and failed. Sound Effects were clear, loud and you could feel the room rumble when the earthquake hits = strong point. Voices kept fading into the background or were too low to hear what is being said = weak point. If this part wasn't so bad I would have given this production another star but even with the volume set at max it was hard to hear key scenes of dialogue.
2) Acting - actors were great! Nuff said.
3) Story - It was good. Because of the quality of the sound and voices I'm not sure how the story ends since it was so hard to hear some of these final key moments. But I liked the overall concept.
OVERALL: I hear the CD version is pretty good so I'd opt for that if you can and avoid the audiotape version. This production all fits on one tape, yet it is 80 minutes long. Nice change from someone actually reading a story.
I have to wonder whether or not there was much corporate sponsorship in the making of this audiobook. For one, at the sight of a mutated insect-monster set aflame trying to put itself out by smashing into the sauces aisle of a supermarket the reaction is not shock or dismay. It's literally a character moaning that there's "Ragu and Prego everywhere!" Uh, what? Ruffles, Bud Light, many products get quite a bit of audio-time.
The story itself was likely a good one: after a quick storm, people find themselves trapped inside a grocery store, surrounded by a thick mist, and monstrous horrors attack and kill anyone who steps out into the horrible thick fog. But alas, the voices chosen for the characters were very poor -especially the apparently sinous-infected young boy, and the reactions of the voice-overs to the attacks are just as bad -"Oh my god, get it off me!" never sounded so flat as on this tape.
I'm not done with trying audiobooks quite yet, but I'm beginning to think it's just a genre not for me. At the very least, I suggest that if you, too, are flirting with the audiobook, try something by Stuart MacLean, not Stephen King. Certainly not, "The Mist."
Most recent customer reviews
While The Mist is a quick read(novella), I found the plot along with the cast of characters to be extremely well developed. Read morePublished on Nov. 23 2010 by A Customer
This was a short but sweet read. I could tell it was one of his earlier works by the style and plot. Read morePublished on March 14 2008 by K. Wong
This was the only story that gave me a nightmare after I'd finished reading it. It's what you can't see in The Mist that lingers in your mind.
A truly scary tale. Read more
it is a binaural recording. basically it is a recording technique that was meant specifically to be listened to with headphones. Read morePublished on Aug. 20 2003
I like to listen to audio books and follow along in the book at the same time. I couldn't do that with this CD. Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2003