A chilling short story from the author of Dracula. In the Valley of the Shadow is a tale about a delirious man and his hallucinations while hospitalized.
Is there anything you would change about this book?
The narrator was just adequate.
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
This is a story of someone in an asylum and he has few lucid moments. The story is interesting, but it's just a story, couldn't be an entire book. If we knew why he was there, it might be good to add character development.
What aspect of Bill Andrew Quinn’s performance would you have changed?
More inflection in his voice, it was good, not great.
Was In the Valley of the Shadow worth the listening time?
Yes, it's only 15 minutes and is a good quick listen.
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