This story was one of the friehtening but, possible stories about the backwoods I've heard in a long time.
Yes! I would deffinately recommend this book to my friends that are into terror/horror.
I have to say that this was the most gross, gory, disgustingly sick book I've ever read or heard. Yes.... I listened to the whole thing - to see where the author would go next. When I read the review, it sounded like an interesting storyline and the first chapter or two drew me in - people missing in the woods and a scary motel. But the sick, bloody ideas that this author created makes me actually wonder about him - how can an author even come up with this? Without telling too much about the actual story - it's totally far-fetched & unbelievable. The author relies on gore to create a 'story'. The narrator turned out to be just the right person to read this type of book - his voice is creepy and sounds like a back-hills sociopath. If you like blood & guts, are on the border of being a serial killer yourself and like to look at bloody accident scenes, then this book is for you.
Everything about this audio book was fantabulous. :-D
As usual Jack Kilborn does not disappoint with his story or characters. All the appropriate giggles were included as well.
The narrator was fantabulous as well. Christopher Lane kept the narrators voice different than the others so you could always tell the difference. At first I didn't think I'd like his voice them as the story moved on I really came to luv it. He did a great job and I can only hope I can find another great book he narrates.
Another classic story from Jack Kilborn. Very good book with great characters. Solid narrator too.
Books are for dreaming with eyes wide open.
Good lord this book was bloody but oddly satisfying. The good guys and girls were awesome, the bad guys were awful, and the ending was great. Get this book if you think you can stomach it.
I have a quilting business. Since I love to read, I cannot read a book and quilt at the same time. Now I can listen to books and quilt too.
The story itself was quite good. I wanted to hear it all to the end...even though so many things in the story line were bothersome to me.
Felix for his tenacity.
The narration in my opinion was way overdone in several of the characters. The number one voice that personally bothered me was the voice of the mother/grandmother. She was in her 60's and the narrator had her sounding like a 100 year old woman. Geesh, I'm in my 60's and his rendition of her was totally overdone. In many other characters too. The narrator certainly has talent...but in this case...overdone.
Maria and Felix
I enjoyed the story line,....even though it was a very unlikely story. I wanted to finish the book...glad I did. I think the author set the ending up for another book. This one was enough for me. But all in all I'm not sorry I listened to it.
I don't know. I didn't read the print version
The interactions between the characters especially Mal and Deb and between Kelly, Florence, and Letty.
I have not listened to anything else by Christopher Lane but you can be sure I will in the future. This guy is absolutely awesome!! There were tons of characters in this book and he nailed every. Single. One. I cannot say enough about his talent.
Hmmm...I think I would take Florence because she was so interesting and had seen so much in her life. I want to hear more.
No doubt, this book was extremely gory and grisly and the bad guys were so, so disgusting, but Kilborn did a great job offsetting the darker moments with humor and I honestly shed a tear or two during the more emotional scenes. The characters' unceasing will to survive completely entranced me.