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31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead
- By: Drac Von Stoller
- Narrated by: Jonathan Waters
- Length: 4 hrs and 54 mins
Sit back turn the lights down low and get ready for the scare of your life. Immerse yourself into some of the best horrifying short stories ever told. If your one of those listeners like I am and don't have the time to get lost in a long novel, then these short stories are what your looking for. Some of the characters you will hear about are vampires, witches, an impaler, a witch-finder general, aliens, a dead sea captain, an axe murderer, a shadowman, pirates, flesh eaters, ghosts, demons, the devil, evil fairies, and an army of the dead and the unknown.
Maybe little kids will like it
- By Edward on 10-18-12
This was truly horrifying.
What disappointed you about 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead?
These short stories were poorly written with no suspense or horror. Note to the author just saying the work 'bloody' does not make a story a horror story. The stories were just plain bad.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Jonathan Waters?
Jonathan Waters I had no problems with. His narration was a victim of 'garbage in garbage out'.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead?
This cannot be saved, it should never have been published.
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Macbeth: A Novel
- By: A. J. Hartley, David Hewson
- Narrated by: Alan Cumming
- Length: 9 hrs and 43 mins
Macbeth: A Novel brings the intricacy and grit of the historical thriller to Shakespeare’s tale of political intrigue, treachery, and murder. In this full-length novel written exclusively for audio, authors A. J. Hartley and David Hewson rethink literature’s most infamous married couple, grounding them in a medieval Scotland whose military and political upheavals are as stark and dramatic as the landscape in which they are played.
Narrator choice inspired
- By Beverly on 07-10-11
A very, very good novel!!
I loved this interpretation of Macbeth. It added some characters the play does not have. I got a better understanding of the main characters after hearing this audio book. I loved Alan Cumming's narration, he was excellent. All in all this was an A-1 effort good for those who are familiar with the play and those who are not.
9 of 25 people found this review helpful