Having tasted human flesh while far out at sea, a shoal of giant killer squids ravage the waters and shore of an oceanic town feasting on the delicacy.
©2015 K. Anderson Yancy (P)2015 K. Anderson Yancy
I enjoy a lot of H.G.Wells stories, and this was a new experience.
I love the idea of a "movie" like experience to an audiobook, especially an H.G.Wells story. However, some of the special effects can overpower the narration at times
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Sounds effects cut back some, so the narration could be heard better but I'm not sure if it was actually because of all the conversions of the file downloaded.
Classic H.G. Wells story and it is awesome. Love it
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It's hard to rank them, so what I'll say instead is that it was a really good story done in a really entertaining way and deserves to be near the top of audiobooks.
Probably Jaws, just because that's the only real ocean related story I ever read where the creatures are wreaking havoc, but it's a tough comparison as they definitely differ greatly.
The production of the book and the background noises and everything gives it a lot more tension and creepiness, then he hits it with a very tense tone and everything just ratchets up that much more. This isn't an audiobook, it's more of an old timey radio drama with modern technology.
I didn't, but I did really enjoy it so I'll take that.
I got this in exchange for an honest review, and to be honest I'll be listening to as many as I can get my hands on because I am a big fan of old stories and this production makes them good as new again in my eyes.
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