I must say that the Spinechiller series is by far the best classic ghost story audiobooks out there. Doug Bradley is an awesome narrator, and it's fun to hear Jeffery Combs and Robert Englund read occasionally in the series as well. The reading that really stands out is "They", which I thought was especially well done. It's not a long audiobook at 3 hours, but well worth it!
I have listened to almost all of David Timson's Sherlock Holmes audiobooks and this one is by far the bast I've heard yet! I really liked the selection of stories:
- The Problem of Thor Bridge
- The Adventure of the Mazarine Stone
- The Adventure of the Creeping Man
- The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire
- The Adventure of the Three Garridebs
- The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier
My favourite by far was "The Adventure of the Creeping Man" - I found it a bit fantastical, but liked it more because of that!
Spinechillers Volume 12 has done it again with another great collection of classic horror and ghost stories. All of the stories were a pleasure to listen to, with Doug Bradley doing a fantastic performance as always. I especially liked the readings of The Music of Erich Zann and The Tool. To Be Read at Dusk is not a story I enjoy, but hearing it read by Mr. Bradley made it a bit more tolerable. The Moonlit Road is one of those stories that I was on the fence about whether I liked it or not, but after having listened to it in this collection I'm leaning more towards liking it. Make sure to pick this and all of the other Spinechillers audiobooks up if you are a fan of classic horror!
There is absolutely no reason to purchase this book, especially for $7.93 and 1 hour and sixteen minutes, all which were taken from the other two books. Not one thing is new, this short story is just pieced together with Tobias' memories and his fear landscape he took with Beatrice, everything we already knew. The story would have been fine if it were released right after the first book, except it still would have been way over priced. I feel like I was deceived and taken advantage of, if a new book is released, it should contain at least "something" new. I will say Aaron did a good job with narration and I am looking forward to listening to Allegiant tomorrow but I must admit being ripped off right before punched my attitude a little.