DURHAM, NC, United States | Member Since 2012
Maybe a more mature reader
First one Ive heard
Kinda dull, childlike voice, I though I was going to here an Oh Mah Gawd out of her...like gag me with a spoon...great book but needs a better voice for narration
I think it would be great, have to think on the stars
good book, bland reading but would be a good book to read just not audio
I may listen to again simply because the stories are a bit hard to follow. It isn't that it's not narrated well, the writing of Howard is different and written back in the early 1900's. I would listen again because I'm sure I missed something.
There are a number of horror stories here. I liked the way these stories flow and the way they are written. They are more spooky then scary. Brooding I guess would be a fair description,
Well narrated and his voice fit perfectly. A stellar performance!
The man who turned werewolf.
This is a book written by a man who ironically killed himself when he found out his mother would not come out of a coma. His mother passes the day after Howard killed himself. This is an author who left way too soon and could have gone on to create many more works,
A Wild Story
When the serial killer was discovered to be someone you would never expect
I love the way Luke Smith reads. His voice is brooding and fitting for the book.
John Bodis is on the trail of a mad man. The clock is ticking!
Crazy book, a bit wacky but I think that was the authors intention.Some places was scary or more unpredictable.
I think the book is funny, quirky, serious and pretty off the wall. The narration is great
I cant compare it to any other books. Its an original!
When the killer in the first story was killed by John Brodis and the killer was someone you would never expect.
John Brodis is on the trail of a madman, the clock is ticking.
Great book from a new author, the narration by Luke Smith was superb
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