When personal tragedy strikes, some men pray. Other men despair. This man goes to war.
Meet Diggum, the local graveyard caretaker who lives in a small cottage at the edge of the lot. Diggum has spent most of his life angry with god, whom he blames for the devastating house fire that cost Diggum his family.
But Diggum has a secret. It is a secret he will carry to his own grave. It is a secret that he hopes will finally get him his ultimate revenge on god.
Diggum is a short tale of dark horror from the mind of Isaac Thorne, a nice man who simply wants to provide you with a few fun frights. His story is one of rage and revenge. At some point in our lives we all ask the "why" question. Diggum demands an answer.
©2016 Isaac Thorne (P)2016 Isaac Thorne
Isaac Thorne's dramatization of Diggum is a deep, sensory experience, allowing you inside the character's story and mind. The story is riveting and chilling which makes the perfect combination for any listener.
The most memorable moment for me is when Diggum makes his first strange discovery, which would eventually lead to the appropriate ending.
I won't give away the plot points of the story, but one moment of decision leads to a shocking event that my mind's eye could clearly watch as I listened.
Dying is only the beginning...
Isaac Thorne delivers yet again with this audio story. His writing is rich and smart and his narration gave life to the character. I'm convinced Isaac could be the next great horror writer. I'll be looking for that full-sized novel soon!
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