Follow Edward Lorn out of the light and into the darkest recesses of his mind.
What the Dark Brings is a collection of 19 short stories, beginning with "Literary Sweets," a tender jaunt into Christmastime that proves all is not lost for one jaded gentleman. But by the time you reach the final tale, "Come to Jesus Meeting," the darkness is all encompassing.
Tales of hope, heartache, and horror abound.
Come find What the Dark Brings
©2012-2020 Edward Lorn (P)2013 Edward Lorn
Eclectic, Interesting, Different
Since this was a collection of short stories, it wasn't a 'typical' ending. But interesting to say the least
First Richard Bryant book I've listened to.
Yes. Very much so.
The narrator is outstanding. To be completely honest, although some of the stories are quite interesting and have potential, Richard brings all of the 'guests to this party'. Through the rich narration, it is easy to 'see the film' run in my head, which is something only very good storytellers can accomplish. Richard's ability to separate character voices is a skill that narrators must possess in order to bring life to stories effectively. Every character voice is done very well and brings a unique life to this collection of stories. His laid back, natural way of delivering the lines is very addictive to listen to, making it very easy to listen to the entire audiobook in one sitting.
I thought the story was well thought out and developed
Not really sure that I could place it with anything off hand
My only complaint with this audible book is the narrator and to be %100 honest Im not sure exactly what it was I didnt like about him. I am going to let my wife listen to it to see if maybe it was simply a personal thing. If thats the case i will come back and change my review
I am an avid reader and listener of horror and thrillers with the occasional SciFi and crime noir. I review on Amazon, GR, NG & Audible.
There are some excellent stories here. Some horror, some bizarre, most pretty dark and all very well done. As a format, I struggle with short stories on occasion, but Mr. Lorn seems to thrive here. Highly Recommended. A solid 4.5+ Star collection! 22 tales of terror and an excellent narrator. Sweet!
It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing.
I don't know. I'm having a difficult time understanding this book. And I received this audiobook free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.
It's just multiple stories that I can't tell where they begin or end.
Richard Bryant has good narration skills and is great with the british accent.
No I wasn't inspired to do anything. It seemed negative and dark.
I would still give the author and especially the narrator another chance. This just wasn't a book for me.
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