Two Union soldiers get lost in a dense fog and captured by Confederate deserters, soon taken to an abandoned cabin for information about a federal payroll shipment, but there is a bloody history to the place, one that involves more secrets of torture than anyone will admit. Sometimes, the dead can do no less than take vengeance into their own rotted hands.
©2015 Jason Wallace (P)2015 Jason Wallace
Generally, I do not like the genre of horror, but this book was written well. The author kept me in suspense and the performer did a wonderful job. The descriptions by the author were done in such a way that I was able to have a clear picture in my mind of the scenes. If you like this type of book, I think you would enjoy listening to it again and again.
All the characters were made interesting by the performer's voice, especially the character of "boss"--he was super creepy.
The narration by Sam Gonzalez is absolutely top notch! His renditions of Civil War soldiers are top notch and lead to many humorous moments, while still sounding authentic enough for the listeners attention to remain in touch with the story.
I loved the transition from typical Civil War opposing soldiers story, to bone chilling, gore-filled, spooktastic ghost story.
This is my first time listening to a book by Sam Gonzalez but I can say without a doubt that it won't be my last!
For sure, "The Boss", him being a true villain deserving of the position of captain within the confederacy.
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