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Ten Tales of Horror from the Mind of Israel Finn:

  • A man who is faced with the prospect of losing the most important thing in his life - his son - but instead loses his mind. And then finds himself trapped in a waking nightmare with no way out.
  • A frustrated man who curses life for having the audacity to pass him by, but discovers how it feels to be truly forsaken when the universe chooses to teach him a horrifying lesson.
  • A man who must decide between vengeance or forgiveness in a world turned upside down by war and famine.
  • A milquetoast trapped in a loveless marriage and a thankless job, who isn't even allowed the small luxury of suffering in peace when he comes down with a terrible case of the flu. The result is a tale of horror straight out of a nightmare delirium.
  • A man who is living with a very odd houseguest, a visitor who has no concept of war.
  • A boy who lives in constant terror of someone who is supposed to love and protect him, but who has betrayed that trust. A horror story that examines the real-life beasts who walk among us every day.
  • And more.

©2016 Israel Finn (P)2016 Israel Finn

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Good short engaging stories, well read

This is what audibles are great for - short, bite-sized nuggets that I can take in on a drive or exercising. Finn makes sure each one is exceptional in some way - some with a twist , some with something absurdly creative or shocking, or some with a hidden or not so hidden social message or question.
The reader is particularly good at shifting to whatever style the story is aiming for - he seems to be good at action, suspense or just patient description. Made the stories come to life.

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