gorgeousness and gorgeousity made flesh
Salem's Lot. The reKingaissance got me interested in going back to some of King's works and of his older books, Salem's Lot is the one I know like nothing about. I never read it before, never saw the miniseries but all the other ones from that era I know at least the basic concept of, whether through the books or the movies. It's interesting. Man knows how to draw you into townsfolk.
Not one of King's best efforts, but written during "the coked up period" when he was at his best.
The Audible is read by Edward "king vampire" Herman, and his Mainer accent is perfect, and it's really entertaining.