Song of Susannah was not as enjoyable for me this time around. I deducted one star from my original rating.
It seemed like there were a lot of words, (especially the word "chap", enough already!) but the story didn't seem to move very far.
What I really enjoyed about this audio book were the diary entries from SK himself, which were read by the narrator after the story was over. In these entries, he talks about his drinking, about how some of the DT stories came about, and about how he and his wife argued over his taking his daily walks alongside a busy highway. That was truly chilling. I don't remember these being in the book back when I read it the first time, so it may be something that was only included in the audio, or in reprints of the original book? If I'm in error about that, I'm sure someone will let me know.
I only have one book to go in my audio re-read of the DT series.