Under the Dome by Stephen King

10 Oct 2014


I listened to the Recorded Books version of the audio book.

One day, an invisible barrier appears over a small New England town. What happens is a tale of small town politics and the nature of xenophobia and fear of the unknown. Like the other King works I’ve listened to and read, this was incredibly entertaining throughout. I was constantly in suspense with the kind of dramatic irony that makes you want to scream aloud. Like disaster movies? You’ll love this book.

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