A group of misfit teens who call themselves "The Dark Ones" make an abandoned house their hangout. But the demon they've inadvertently awakened possesses them one by one, using them to create a reign of unholy terror.
©2011 Bryan Smith (P)2012 Audio Realms
I wasn't expecting too much and that made for a good listen. It's a nice pace book and I enjoyed the narrator.
Nope. Not that kind of book. Once is plenty.
Written in a very Edward Lee style. Flesh Gothic springs to mind.
The narrator was the worse part for me. He was too old for the book. It needed a younger narrator. I like Nick Podehl for this. He read The Beginning of the End: Apocalypse Z and had a great voice for a young man.
I like Bryan Smith. I appreciate that he always writes as an East Tennessean which I am as well. This wasnt one of my favorites by him. The freakshow holds that title
"Great book, Great Reading"
A good book but was helped a lot by a reader with a voice perfect for this genre. Well worth a purchase.
"The Dark Ones"
This was a great book ,just some innocent kids hanging around at night with nothing better to do,they come across an abandoned house that as aLot of history.
But that's not all evil lies within they should have kept away!!!!
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