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Take a ride with Tim Miller's new twist on the slasher genre.
Buddy Hansen went on a camping trip with a group of friends that would change his life forever. While on their expedition, they encountered the legendary Gut Ripper; thinking he was only the stuff of urban myth, Buddy ends up face to face with a monster of unimaginable proportions.
Just when Buddy thinks he is safe, he finds out he is far from it, and uncovers that the Gut Ripper is more than just one man, but a legend bigger than any one person. Being put through a series of trials and tests, Buddy must try and survive the curse of the Gut Ripper.
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Great Story That Needs a Better Narrator
In typical Tim Miller style, Curse of the Gut Ripper is fast paced and gory. When Buddy and his friends head off on a camping trip, they go knowing about the legend of the gut ripper, a masked man who gets off on ripping the guts from his victims.Of course the campers don't believe the urban legend and in time, forget about it. That is - until some of the camping party turns up missing. Curse of the Gut Ripper brings back memories of the old 80s slasher movies and was a lot of fun.
However, the narrator is one whose voice I loved, but he lacked emotion. On the occasions when he tried adding intensity or emotion, he just sounded silly. I have to wonder if this was his first narration because he sounded like he was trying, but came across as uncomfortable and lacking confidence.
Great story, not so great audio rendition.
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Where do Serial-Killers come from?
What made the experience of listening to Curse of the Gut Ripper the most enjoyable?
The story is told from the Killer's perspective and, you might not think he is such a bad person. In fact, it could happen to any of us.
What other book might you compare Curse of the Gut Ripper to and why?
It is that I can't compare it to another book, that made it so good for me.
Which scene was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Yes but, I don't want to ruin it for anyone else.