A young couple on the verge of divorce decides to cruise on a ghostly steamship to England in the hopes of saving their marriage.
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This story is the audio version of a 1963 Twilight Zone episode; it's very dated in characterizations and setting, but it's a kind of creepy story nonetheless.
No, i don't re-listen to audiobooks
I'm a big fan of dramatizations , so for the price and also it was a twilight zone . its worth the money
I've read barely 7 eBooks and I've only finished other Twilight Zone Radio Dramas audiobooks. I'll rank this number 3.
Well one part made my heart jump, I won't spoil it for prospective listeners but it was telling of the style of the drama, how reached it's goal in such a slow way that you didn't know you were there even when you reached it. It was a moment when the drama decided not to be slow.
This is a drama so it features the voice of about 10 or so actors. The narrator Stacy Keach had about 5% talking time. I liked the actors, maybe I found one annoying but I think that was the point.
Yes, I won't give a spoiler by mentioning it here but a glass broke at that point as well.
This audiobook is in the average to good category of Twilight Zone Radio Dramas. I wouldn't recommend it as a first listen of Twilight Zone Radio Dramas as you might find it too slow (try To Serve Man on the Twilight Zone Radio Drama's website). Like all Twilight Zone Radio Drama's, it's best read in the night with the lights off. You're in luck if the moon decides to be out that night and casts some light through your window. That'll crown the effect :)
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