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Deeply disturbed and unquestionably spooky, Festival of Fear is a horror lover's favorite nightmare! Graham Masterton has done it again with these 12 short but terrifying stories. Robert Slade's voice performance only serves to enhance Masterton's intention to frighten. Slade is able to make us truly empathize with and fear for Masterton's character as they face down one horrifying scene after another. Fast-paced and deeply chilling, Slade and Masterton combine as a ruthless duo in these wonderfully macabre tales.

Publisher's Summary

Award-winning horror writer and master of the macabre, Graham Masterton presents a blood-curdling array of treats: twelve stories of terror celebrating the bizarre and grotesque, guaranteed to quicken the pulse.

Marvel at the mirror dug up in secret and better off buried.... Thrill at a pair of lovers, whose promises to each other lead them down a disturbing path. Observe the haunted house... Come closer, dear listener– the hour of the festival is upon us....

Please note: This audiobook contains explicit content.

©2012 Graham Masterton (P)2013 Audible Ltd

Critic Reviews

"A gala of gore from the 'master of modern horror'" (Library Journal)

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I loved this book!

This is the first book I've listened to of Graham Masterton and I can't wait to eat his entire collection.
He's a heavy handed writer who seems as if he were writing for TV or movies with colorful plot twists.
Read with incredible gusto by Robert Slade.