Joseph is having a bad day. Temperatures are soaring, the air-conditioning in his truck has died, and his boss is being a bigger jerk than usual. Things couldn't possibly get any worse. And then he begins to see sinister-looking mimes around the city of Houston. As more of the silent, ominous clowns appear during his deliveries, Joseph starts to wonder if he's losing his mind.
©2015 Paul E Cooley (P)2015 Paul E Cooley
The authors reading style fits very well with this story. Really makes you feel the evironment.
simply the atmosphere it creates
Clowns aren't the worst you can get....
I listened to this while driving around, which made it all the more interesting.
I would recommend this book to friends only if they weren't already afraid of clowns/mimes. I'd recommend it to someone who is afraid of clowns only if I didn't like them.
We all have those moments when we think we see something out of the corner of our eye but when we turn our head to check it was nothing. But in poor Joseph's case, it wasn't nothing...it was a mime.
Towards the end when....nope, not going to spoil it.
When he's almost, finally to safety.
This is a great shorter work of classic creepy horror. I don't recommend listening at night right before you go to sleep....unless you want nightmares. Then, by all means, go ahead.
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