I enjoyed this short story however the last 18 minutes or so are not part of it. Because of this and the price I felt a little cheated.
This standalone short story is just the right amount of creepy. terrific narration as well as content: I enjoyed the glimpses into the childhood of the Pendergast boys.
loved the dark intensity of this short story. Agent Pendergast never disappoints. A must read for all of his fans.
Interesting look into Agent Pendergast as a child
The creepy version of the tooth fairy story
Rene Auberjonoi's does an outstanding job as always
I love the Pendergast series but was initially reluctant to get this since I thought the 'bad tooth fairy' subject might be too macabre. I was right but the story was masterfully written & performed. Cons- the story may stay with you like all good horror tales but that's also what makes for a classic fairy tale. The brevity of the story will leave you wanting more.
One of the best , the anticipation of pain when the teeth are remove can make your heart go cold.
I can't pick any one person ,the book although short leaves you wanting more.
In a peaceful, verdant valley on the Equator, the sun always sets at 6, and a good audiobook is always the perfect evening companion
This compact, chilling little story of a New Orleans legend turns the tooth fairy into a menacing character who twists the exchange of tooth for coin into a kind of mandatory tribute: hand over the tooth or else. It is a bargain that small children can live with. Older children and adults can foul it up, with dreadful consequences. Some childhood fantasies, perhaps, are best left alone.
With a foreboding, spine-tingling reading, “Extraction” is a finely wrought tale. As short stories go, it may leave just one too many questions unanswered for some listeners. It did for me, but I still enjoyed it immensely.