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In the town of Littleworth, Shannon is desperate to take herself and her only brother away from the drugs and gangs that have overrun the town. With the law enforcement making the area a no-go zone, the corruption is rife. With one of her brothers and both parents dead, she has no intention of losing the only sibling she has left. 

Unfortunately for her, her brother has no intention of leaving. He thrives on drugs and violence; this is his world, and he feels he is here to stay. That is until something happens - so gruesome, so violent that even the devil himself would have been proud of the ensuing developments.

This dramatically changes things, not only for Shannon and her brother but for all mankind. When you're dead, you're dead, right? Wrong. You can run, but you cannot hide from the Stream Liner.

©70 Paul Leslie Griffiths (P)2018 Paul Leslie Griffiths

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Suprising Twists with good narration

I bought this on a whim because I saw it on twitter and had a credit stored up. I didn't know anything about it going in, but I think that ended up being good because I didn't know what to expect. The narrator was pretty good overall, I wanted to know what was going on and how all the stories fit together. I ended up binging the whole thing in a day or two commuting to work.

There were some really interesting sequences that I didn't expect and a lot of gruesome deaths. It was not all that scary really, but the villain was creepy as hell. Seriously, there were some sequences that creeped me out. I really liked those. I would recommend if you are interested in supernatural horror stories.


Overall: 4/5

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