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Publisher's Summary

Eater is a screenplay adaptation of Terry M. West's Honger novellas written by the creator of the gory hit series himself. De onheilige honger (the unholy hunger) is a curse passed from a Dutch trapper in 1679. Those given the bite that never heals live forever, remember little of their previous lives, and every season they must partake of human flesh. They must eat. To the bone. They have been called many names. Boeman. Rakshasas. Wendigo. They are the eaters. And they live among us.

©2020 Terry M. West (P)2020 Terry M. West

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Good Screenplay of Honger

I enjoyed the two Honger short stories and this is pretty much a screenplay of the first one. It felt like a remake told in a different light. I tried Terry's other screenplay, Dead Aware, and had a hard time getting past the screenplay style. This one worked quite well since the screenplay aspect was a bit subdued and I had already listened to Honger so I was more aware of what was going on, I felt more comfortable with the style and was able to appreciate the different technique and quite enjoyed it. If you enjoyed Honger, or haven't listened to it yet, you owe it to yourself to check out all three of them.

I have become a big fan of Paul's narration and while I hate to keep comparing this to the original Honger, I think Paul really knocked it out for Eater and did a better job than the team of narrators who voiced Honger I and II. I felt like I heard a different side of Paul's narration and it really enhanced the story for me. I felt closer to the characters than I did previously and I felt like he channeled a darker tone for a more graphic horror and hope to hear more of it from him.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Interesting

I really enjoyed the honger audiobooks so it was interesting to see how they were made into a screenplay
Excellent narration paul is one of my favourites his character voices are top notch
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Amazing paranormal screenplay

I have heard and loved both versions of this story but Paul Burt you truly outdid yourself with this version. I loved the different voices they brought a little humor and depth into the story. This screenplay is well written and descriptive with surprising twist and turns. Amazing and entertaining I highly recommend this screenplay and story. I received this book at my request and I am glad I did. I am voluntarily leaving my honest review here of my own volition.

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Screenplay version of the Honger books

First off let me say the Honger books are great. As readers we always like to say “I’d love to see this as a movie.” So what does that end up looking like? This is a great example. First get the Honger books enjoy them and then get this and see what they’d look like as a movie. It’s really cool to see the process. Enjoy. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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Great Concept

This is my first screenplay style book, I read on Kindle as I was listening on Audible, i really enjoyed it, very funny at times, with gruesome horror, I recommend, I know it is based on the 2 Honger books, so I will have to read./listen to them next.
The narrating done by Paul Burt was spot on...I received this audiobook from the author and this is my voluntary unbiased review.

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Somber and Gruesome

This is the first time I listened to a screenplay on Audible. The experience exceeded my expectations. The story was grim and violent like another book I listened to by Terry M. West and the narration by Paul Burt was excellent.

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Something different

This is a great little eerie story. I could definitely see it as an episode of tales from the crypt or something similar.

Paul Burt is an amazing narrator. He does a great job as always!

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