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We all know how the story ends, but MacDonald builds the tension until it shreds your nerves.
This book disturbed me. It's been a longtime since I've been able to say that about a book.
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Would you listen to Cape Fear (aka The Executioners) again? Why?
Yes, a few years down the line. The story really went for it. I felt for the terrorised family.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Cape Fear (aka The Executioners)?
I don't do spoilers!
Have you listened to any of Stephen Hoye and Dean Koontz (introduction) ’s other performances? How does this one compare?
Yeah, solid. The narrator had a classic detective thing going on. His delivery was fluent.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I pretty much did. It drifts off a bit in the latter half of the novel, still very interesting and gripping.
It's made clear early in the book that the story is set on the early 1960s. If you never lived in that culture you won't understand the significance of all the time spent lightning, sharing, picking up putting down, and even smoking cigarettes. Just ignore all that. It's a great story. Enjoy it.
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What made the experience of listening to Cape Fear (aka The Executioners) the most enjoyable?
I remember the movie. It was a bit different and a long time ago, but the suspense was there all the way through.
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