Parkville, MO, United States
Suspenseful , Eerie, Thrilling
The Legend of Hell House is a 1973 British horror film
The book was just as scary as the movie when I first saw it. The narrator Ray Porter was exceptional in making the characters believable and his discriptions were so vivid of the times and events in the book.
I would highly recommend this book as a listen if you love suspense or horror. The book is very graphic and I would not recommend it to the weak.
Loved the book and will be planning to listen more of the series! I love a great whodunit especially if the narrator is as good as Eliza Floss the words and the voice came off as smooth as molasses. The character development was not long and boring like some audio books which made it extra enjoyable. The book made you feel just when you figured out whodunit it wasn't who you thought it would be. Great listen but I also enjoy Alisson Brennan books and series.
I am sure "The Walking Dead" series came to most peoples mind.
I love it when I get a taste of a book especially just a sample of one like "The Hospital" makes me more inclined to spend my credits or buy it. The narrator R. C. Bray set the tone for the book he keep me mesmerized to the storyline. I like the fact that that the main character of the book is not no super hero but just an ordinary man without any training in weapons or combat just a "plain Joe" that everyone can relate so far. I will get the next in the series after enjoying this sample.
John Lutz first book in the series had me on the edge of my seat! I love Frank Quinn series but this one lacked for a better word an imaginative ending. The thought of a madman dismembering his victims would send chills down anyone spine. I did rate the book overall a good score because of the thought and detail that went into the storyline but for me personally the ending was kind of what I expected with a feeling of unfinished storyline on the killers side. The audio is "graphic" just to inform those who may not like that type of book like I do. I will be purchasing the next in the series this book didn't disappoint just unfinished to me.
The best performance was Polsin the main characters commanding officer which was done perfect for her character. I was amazed with the way Daniel May voice was so smooth with out hesitation and seamless between characters in the book
The addiction and flaws of the main character touched me as we are all flawed in one way or another it made me relate to my own flaws in my past. The self-isolation and conflicted feelings about his drug habit and how those around him in his work place viewed him.
The story line is unique and Scifi with telepathic investigators with serial killings. I am going to continue on with the series.
Listening to Deadlocked 1 actually put you there with the main character! Brian Sutherland detailed description of the characters made you aware of there weaknesses and strengths. This audio is a bit graphic. For the people that don't like graphic audios this may not be for you. But in saying this what Zombie book would not have graphic details? None that I would care to listen to but that is my personal listening style.
Draws you in...
Hearing about the conclusion of the last book again
Listening to the excerpt made me want to buy the audio book and also listen to the "Shining" again.
The book that comes to mind would be "Blade Runner" in a sort
Even if you are not a Science Fiction buff this may perk your interest as it has mine. When I first saw this as a tease listen I was like "sure" but as I started to listen to the book it grabs your attention and keeps you hooked until you are wanting more.....
the element that authors use to try to leave the reader hanging, trying to figure out what will happen next. I hung on ever single word
The author did an excellent job of making me wonder what would happen next.
Scott Brick brought depth to the story and made the characters very believable.
I am going to be buying the next book in the series I can not wait! I would highly recommend this book to anyone that likes a good suspenseful plot
Political, Thriller, Trapped
It was a great listen for sure..At first I was not to sure if I was going to get into the political setting part of the listen but was intrigued with the plot and taken in with the characters. I love forensic books..that is why I chose this book to listen.
Never listened to Jill Hennessy but she made the listen very remarkable and will be looking forward to hearing her in the future.
"No one will believe you or hear you scream"
Looking forward to hearing more of this series in time.
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