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A family copes with the inevitable loss of an ailing relative against the backdrop of a comfortable upbringing, personal reflection, and the macabre activities children find themselves involved with throughout the years.

"It was a mass-produced and super commercialized item. We were, concurrently, super skeptical, but my brother was feebly open-minded, and I was always looking for a way to spook myself and my family out. The silly board game even had a 'glow in the dark' feature that added to the ridiculous nature of the whole ordeal. This led to Adam and I spending countless afternoons in the basement, sitting cross-legged on the floor in the dark, peering into the softly glowing, barely visible face of the Ouija board."

©2016 Jeffrey Koval Jr. (P)2017 Jeffrey Koval Jr.

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Absolutely incredible, chilling and disturbing!

What made the experience of listening to Amney the most enjoyable?

I feel like the narrator really helped bring this story together, their narrative style was incredibly well suited to this book and I feel like it worked really well.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Personally, my favourite character was Adam - I feel like I could easily relate to him and his feelings, it's almost like the author was inside my mind when writing him

What about Skyler Morgan’s performance did you like?

I feel like their narrative style was incredibly well suited to this book - It was unsettling and gave the write setting to the story as a whole.

If you could rename Amney, what would you call it?

I'd simply call it Ouija - It's enough to let the listener/reader know what the book's about, but doesn't give too much away and should hopefully leave them wanting to read/listen to it!

Any additional comments?

This was an absolute blast to listen to, it was chilling and as someone who's not necessarily into the genre, I gave this a go on a whim because of the blurb and was really blown away by how incredible it is!