A shocking accident gave Matthew Cahill the ability to see a nightmarish netherworld that nobody else does, pitting him in a fight to save us all - and his own soul - from the clutches of pure evil in these three exhilarating tales of dark humor, nonstop action, and pure horror.
Matt thought he was the only one who could see the evil in people’s souls as rotting flesh. But in David McAfee’s "The Dead Woman", in a town terrorized by a vicious serial killer, Matt meets a woman who may see the same dark world that what he does...
James Reasoner’s "The Blood Mesa", Matt is working for a group of archeologists unearthing Native American ruins in a desolate corner of New Mexico...who inadvertently awaken an ancient terror with an insatiable hunger for human flesh.
Matt is pursued by sadistic, professional mercenaries into a dying western town in Harry Shannon’s "Kill Them All". Now Matt must rally the peaceful citizens into defending themselves - or sacrifice himself to save them from certain death.
©2012 Adventures in Television, Inc. (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“BUCKLE UP…THIS IS BIG TICKET HORROR!” (New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry)
In my opinion, a good story evokes emotion. It'll make me laugh, angry, or cry. But it can't just be words on a page. It has to do something
Kind of slow to get into. But this series of books in not like any of the other common themes. It pulls you in, is very funny, and scary at the same time. The Hero has a variety of different perspectives. And the narrator - has the most interesting voice. Er ... voices. I could listen to him for hours. I think if this guy read the encyclopedia I'd listen. I'll definetly stay tuned for the next episode.
I wouldn't say it was time well spent, but then again I listened to the stories while I was walking so the time was well spent anyway (if that makes any sense).
I litened to Volume I, and this was not quite as good. Maybe because the typical story line started getting old for me. Both Volume I and II contain 3 or 4 short stories with the same main character, and same basic premise.
Volume I was a bit better I think.
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