Terror has many faces. Action comes from many places. Horror rises from many dark spaces...and one man has been bringing them all to Pro Se Productions since the beginning: Kevin Rodgers. And now, from Kevin's first works in the genre fiction field to his latest, you can find them all in one unbelievable short story collection - Chaos and Doom. From the author of The Cadaver Island trilogy comes nine tales to chill, thrill, and challenge listeners to go places they may never return from. Featuring short stories submitted by Kevin Rodgers since Pro Se entered the publishing field, Chaos and Doom is your guide to some of the most amazing characters and imaginative worlds in genre fiction.
Would you consider the audio edition of Chaos and Doom: A Short Story Collection to be better than the print version?
I never read the print version, but I imagine the audio book is better. The character voices add a lot to these stories, and audio books are better because you can do chores while listening.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Chaos and Doom: A Short Story Collection?
That is a tie between three moments in three different stories. In "Demolition," James helplessly witnesses his mother being eaten alive by insects. That was memorable. In "Slaughtership," Eon tries to rescue the victims that are being taken from the cage on large metal hooks. I won't forget that. In "Clausterphobia," when the hero calls his girlfriend from the grave, literally. He was buried alive.
Which character – as performed by Adam Zens – was your favorite?
James, the main character from my favorite story "Demolition." He figures out how to defeat the evil curse on their land or does he? Mwaahahaha. Demolition is a creepy horror story that is engaging.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
100 Ways to Die or I Guess Just 7 or 8.
Any additional comments?
These are entertaining but intense psychological horror stories. They do not take themselves too seriously. These are for funzies, not for any political or moral content. Each is about the right length to listen to on an hour long commute. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
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Wanted to hear more but couldn't stand the narrator. Disappointing because the first story sounded good but the narrating was painfully bad I had to stop and return the book