He's a butcher.
She's the trophy wife of a trophy hunter.
They used to be high school sweethearts, but that was two decades ago, and times have changed.
Meet Ariana Plano.... Forty years old, miserable, and stuck in a loveless marriage to the worst mistake of her life.
Meet Ray Koski.... Forty years old, miserable, and a lonely butcher who can do nothing but immerse himself in the drudgery of his work.
Once a week during hunting season, she brings her old teenage flame game meat for processing. They do not speak. They rarely make eye contact. Some histories are just too painful.
But this week will be different.
This week - a shocking encounter 22 years in the making - will change everything.
This is more of a romance than a horror. I'm a Crouch fan, but I was a bit disappointed in this weak entry. I'd give it a C+.
Taylor Quinn did a great job
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I didn't really care for it much I like horror but it wasn't what I wanted it was just kinda nasty.
Where does Hunting Season rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
2 out of 5 because I know they can write something truly scary, next time, ya?
Any additional comments?
Crouch and Kitt... cant wait for next collaboration. Soon please.
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