Author: Thomas A. Bradley
Narrator: Stephen Bungay
Listening Time 4 hrs 51 mins.
I like to preface my reviews with the fact that I am a 68 year old female who reads mainly for pleasure although I love to do research in areas of personal interest which includes a wide range of topics from Ancient History to UFO's, and more.
Review of 13 Echoes audiobook:
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this honest review."
I found this to be an interesting and unusual collection of short stories. These are stories that have a moral to them, in one way or another.
I don't really like horror stories that are gross, disgusting and explicitly violent.
So my enjoyment of these more subtle forms of horror and ghost stories was really great.
I listened to this group twice, except for the very first story,
"The Boy Under the Bridge". I found this one story very hard to get through and finish as in my family we suffered the sudden death of a 14 month old little angel. My suggestion is that if you have suffered this kind of a loss you might want to skip this story.
Most of these stories were very cool to listen to with a couple of unexpected twists; like "House for Sale" and "The Community".
I especially loved " The Glasses" and "The Gateway Diner".
All in all these were very enjoyable short stories.
Author: Thomas A. Bradley is an author whose work I had never read or listened to before, but I really enjoyed his style of writing and would enjoy more of his work, I am sure.
Narrator: Stephen Bungay is a voice actor I had not listened to previously but found his voice to be pleasurable to listen to, although he narrated this audiobook in what I would consider to be a low key, or neutral voice; I would listen to him again.
This book/audiobook could be enjoyed by people of any age.