Includes bonus alternate ending.
God made these dogs, but man made them vicious....
When successful author Jeremy Liden takes his friends up to his vacation cabin in the wilds of Wisconsin, he was hoping for a relaxing weekend. What he gets instead is a never-ending ordeal of snarling terror as he and his guests become trapped inside by an unrelenting menace that does not understand mercy.
By the time the night is through, not everyone is going to make it home in one piece.
©2013 Bryan W. Alaspa (P)2014 Bryan W. Alaspa
There are few things better than a good story well told!
The characters seemed like the dumbest people in the world. I can't believe anyone would make the decisions/mistakes they did.
Meh, no strong reaction.
I can't say I regret listening but the story and narration was just "okay." Closer to two and a half stars.
I did not read the print version.
I would try another book by this author in hopes that the plot would be more original.
Shea Taylor's performance held my attention and made each character's voice distinct and interesting. If I had been reading this book instead of listening I would probably have stopped after the first few chapters. The reading was well done which helped to give an ordinary book some depth and interest.
None that I recall.
The story line was good and had much potential. The writing seemed a bit unpolished which probably contributed to the difficulty I had in being completely drawn into the story.
Sophic of the Impossible
It's right up toward the top.
I'm as bad with character names as I am with real people's names, but the dogs were my favorite. Shea really gave voice to the two characters who can't actually speak.
This is my first, but it won't be my last. Looking forward to more Shea.
GET OFF MY LAWN!!!!
I can't say I'm a fan of alternate endings outside of choose-your-own-adventure books; at least not in the original publication. That said, Shea handled both as if they were the one true ending.
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