Micky @My Book Habit
Thrilling, Suspenseful & Intriguing
When everyone realized that the Professor was indeed speaking the truth.
Jeffrey Kafer was by far the best narrator I have experienced in years. Lately, many narrators do not know how to bring the characters to life and Jeffrey was phenomenal! I would definitely listen to more titles he is narrating and I sure hope the author uses him for future audio books.
Neither! The Supernaturals had me not wanting to put it down. At every available moment I was listening to it so I would know what was going to happen next.
This was by far the best paranormal book I have listened to in such a long time. I would not categorize it as horror because it was not scary per se, but it was very suspenseful and held my attention. I was very satisfied with it and would definitely read more of the author's books.
“In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you.” By Mortimer J. Adler
Yes, I would. But I have to say it wasn't that scary. It felt more like a mystery/adventure novel rather than horror; which is another of my favorite genre.
I mean, duh... what can I say... "The Haunting of Hill House" by Shirley Jackson. David Goleman references this book a lot within the Supernaturals itself.
I don't really have a favorite scene, but I did love the sound effects throughout the book.
Just by the way the book left off... I hope David Goleman turns this into a series.
Yes, the audio edition brought life and personality to the characters, making them feel more real than a printed version.
I love the theme of paranormal research and ghost hunting. The story was fast-paced, disturbing, and jumped across time so often that it was a little jarring.
Jeffrey Kafer kept the story moving at a nice pace and gave real personality to each character. His voice was soothing, yet able to provide intensity during the pivotal moments within the story.
Yes, when Kennedy's team member, can't remember her name, loses her attached spirit. It's really moving, like she's losing a part of herself.
Happiness is a good book!
Finally a ghost story that wasn't peppered with cliches, bad language & unnecessary sex scenes. The story was so good I couldn't put it down. The narrator was great except for the few times the "beautiful" voice of Bobbie Lee singing, wasn't lol but even that couldn't ruin this great book.
I thought it was a great book! I really enjoyed listening to it. I thought all the personalities were great and it was so worth it!
This turned out to be a really good book. I had read a couple of negative reviews as well as positive ones and decided to find out for myself - and liked the book considerably. Really well done and a very enjoyable ride into the supernatural. I hope the author comes out with another book.
Yes. It is so entertaining. A real nailbiter. I guessed who the bad guy was but not the circumstances.
When all was revealed.
He gave great nuance to each character.
I hope Audible so adds the Event series by this author.
First the way the author starts out. He speak of a house that frightened him and wrote a great sorry surrounding his fears and gave us or me a wonderful journey through the paranormal that could be possible.
The way people hadn't believed the Professor and the way the media crucified him and how he was able to reach a believable conclusion.
The sounds and the way the narrator draws you in and you can literally feel the story by closing your eyes and really placing yourself in the scene. When you listen to these audiobooks you be able to focus on the stories. Not having to have eyes strains is a very good reason and not have interruption only if you wish to.
John the dream walker. I love how he could maintain his dreaming and still fight the entity.And besides I like tall men
I just loved the story and he would write more of the group of peoples adventures. I JUST LOVE, LOVE ,LOVE THEM
I would change the narrator. He did fine on the narrative parts of the book, but literally had no distinguishable voices for the characters (except his horrid Hispanic "accent" and the belief that to sound like a Native American all he had to do was talk very slowly).
There were several very tense moments inside the house.
See my above comment.
Yes. A nicely crafted story.
I'd like to see another in the series, with a new narrator.
Yes it was a book that keeps you wanting to get to the next part
I enjoyed this very much! Highly recommend