There are unexplained deaths and hauntings in the town of Donbridge. All may be the work of a hooded figure, but others think it's something far more sinister. One thing's for sure: the graves don't stay closed for long in Donbridge.
©2015 RD Vincent (P)2015 RD Vincent
I am addicted to books. Nothing makes me happier than crawling inside a good book.
This book is a depressing book. If the author wants to write about this subject, at least give more happiness to it.
The next book in this series.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast
This book had a very original feel to me. The book starts with a grandmother making chilli for her grandsons. She begins to tell them a story, and that story is where the real plot starts. I listened to the audiobook, and I felt like I was there with the boys while grandma told the story. I've never read anything that gave me that feeling before. The actual story was pretty interesting. I'm curious to see how the series goes. I really enjoyed this audiobook. I hope the next is structured the same way, with the grandma telling the story.
**I was provided this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
This is a short, fun read/listen. Based on the author's boyhood spent listening to his grandmother tell him fairy tales of upstate New York, we listen as young brothers hear the story of the fate that befell a young girl as she walked through the woods. It will put a smile on your face.
Well narratives, too.
This story wasn't as spooky as a lot of the horror stories I've heard recently - though I'd recommend it for fans of suspense and classic campfire tales
I'm personally a fan of the old lady telling the story to her grandchildren after dinner, I love the conspiratorial family feel to the story that comes from her presence.
By pacing the story out well and reading at an even pace, the narrator manages to add an extra element of suspense to the story that you wouldn't feel if you were reading it.
This story didn't particularly move me, though it did leave me feeling a little unsettled
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