From Jay Bonansinga, author of The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury and The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor, comes a collection of short stories and novellas that span a number of genres. Included in this collection of tales of horror, dark fantasy, crime/noir, and dark erotica: “Animal Rites”; “Black Celebration”; “Steagal's Barber Shop and Smoke Emporium”; “The Panic Switch”; “Deal Memo”; “Mole”; “Necrotica”; “Big Bust at Herbert Hoover High”; “Stash”; “The Beaumont Prophecy”; “Obituary Mambo”; “Due Date”; “Mama”; “Somebody Down Here Wants to Talk to You”; “Glory Hand in the Soft City”; “The Butcher's Kingdom”; “The Miniaturist”; “The True Cause of the Great Depression”.
Would you try another book from Jay Bonansinga and/or George Kuch?
I loved the Walking Dead novels, so I wanted to listen to something else from Jay Bonansinga. While there are no zombies here, many of the stories have stuck with me. I will be looking for more books narrated by George Kuch. He has a great voice, very easy to listen to.
What does George Kuch bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I doubt I would have stuck with some of the stories if I hadn't been listening to them. When I started to drift off, he kept it interesting and drew my attention back in.
Was Blood Samples worth the listening time?
Yes, I liked the majority of the stories. Some of them were pretty twisted.
Any additional comments?
This audio book was provided for an honest review.