Blood Butterflies

Narrated by: Lisa Van Der Wilt
Length: 34 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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April Cooper is a young girl about to enjoy her last summer before entering high school and plans of having the summer of her life. This all changes when an ancient evil beckons her to do its duty. All that stands in the way of this ancient evil taking over April completely is her father Johnathan. Will her father prevail or will April be destined to a life of torment being a slave to this ancient evil.

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Unsettling💛

Blood Butterflies quickly set the scene & characters, was by necessity fast paced and caught my interest immediately. 

This unsettling story showed an author with real potential.  


Narration was monotonal thou clear, with an odd prosody that did not flow smoothly. 

The audio sounded slightly hollow,  like hearing it down a tube. 


I received a free copy of this audible book and am voluntary leaving my review.

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Quick Chiller

A short spooky listen. Perfect if you’re searching for a quick chill down your spine.

Narration fit the tone well.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Not frightening

The cover makes the book more frightening than the actual short story. The book is creative but is not horror.