Chase Weaverson would have preferred moving to the family farm all on his own. Instead, he finds himself alongside his younger brother Dylan, who's left behind more girlfriends in Hedon City than Chase can count. It's bad enough Chase has to watch out for idiots on the road, whose reckless speeding and swerving nearly leads him to crash his pick-up. Concentrating on driving while putting up with his brother's two-timing antics almost makes him give Dylan the boot.
When Dylan whines about needing to make a pit stop in Helensview, the brothers wind up at the town's newest gas station. The highway insanity follows them there as people start attacking each other for no apparent reason besides cheap gas. Worse, an argument breaks out between the brothers, leading Dylan to storm out on Chase.
As Chase considers leaving Dylan behind, the people of Helensview start changing into road raging demons. But they don't intend to kill Chase. They'd much rather make him into one of their own, and they start by managing somehow to whisper inside his head.
Can Chase overcome the demons and save both himself and Dylan?
©2012 Jeff Beesler (P)2015 Jeff Beesler
I am a wee bit over the half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lo
This was a good horror story.Two brothers on their way to reclaim a farm stop in a town where people are turning into demons.They get sucked into the melee.We get to find out who these people are and who they'd like to be.Robert Neil DeVoe does a great job as narrator.I do not think anyone could have made me dislike Petal (? I listened,remember) as much as he did!
I was gifted a copy for an honest review through Audioblast
When I discovered Audible it was like discovering love :-) I love receiving codes and in return I post reviews. Wife, and mom of two,
Okay, I'm going to be honest and let the author know that the book needs a cover. If you actually got a cover made then this book would sale. Believe me author Jeff Beesler, people do judge a book by its cover. The story is a weird one but it was actually a great story. I don't understand how a demon can be made from gas but it happens in your story. I loved the two brothers, especially Chase. I was saddened at the end but I think this has taught his brother a few lessons in life. The story has mystery, intrigue, and twists and turns, and some surprises along the way.
Narrator, Robert Neil DeVoe did a great job of telling this story. He really brought this story to life in a way that you feel you see it all play out. His vocal range is extremely good and he does a great job with distinguishing accents and voices. I received this audio at no charge by the narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. Please find a cover for this book Jeff and you'll see the difference it will make!
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