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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to the second jam-packed volume of Tales of the Weird by the internationally recognized expert of the supernatural - Tom Slemen. In this new collection of strange, uncanny, intriguing, and downright terrifying stories, you will hear of the Grim Reaper who might have claimed the lives of two world-famous pop stars and many other unfortunate people in the heart of London. You will also hear about the shadowmen who can stop your heart, secret roads and rainbow bridges, terrifying plagues of gigantic rats, and the sinister thing which resurrects people from history - including Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI.

If you have a stout heart and strong nerves, allow Tom Slemen to regale you with tales of real-life werewolves, scheming doppelgangers, mysterious "Machine Elves", timeslips, ghouls that seek horrific vengeance on men who cheat, and even a story which will make you doubt your very own existence!

From teleportation secrets to a mysterious being that tried to entrap a girl in a nightmare world, you will hear of horrors and intrigues across the world which will send a tingle down your spine and give you nightmares.

©2016 Tom Slemen (P)2016 Tom Slemen

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If Art Bell made you feel skeptical, this will make you feel insulted

At what point does fanciful stop being entertaining? The author sets out to find this threshold, then dives far, far beneath it. Even worse is the narrator's grade school "Read for emphasis, Bobby" style. Emphasizing every fourth word confounds the listener's attempts to make sense of each sentence. Worth noting is that the author is also the publisher. No doubt the editor as well.

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  • Darren R.
  • 12-12-16

love Tom Siemens books but.....

most annoying voice from narrative. drives you mad as he puts emphasis on random words throughout and his timing all over the place. Can't focus on the stories because it drives you bonkers.

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  • robert long
  • 12-27-16

Terrible

Absolutely rubbish narration.... bizarre pronunciation and accent placed on random inappropriate words..only lasted 5 minutes before I had to turn it off!
Money back please audible!!