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Wickers Bog Audiobook

Wickers Bog: A Tale of Southern Gothic Horror

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Publisher's Summary

Every autumn, when the weather turned and the wind came off the marsh, the dark waters of Wickers Bog gave up its ghosts and reawakened the old yarns.

Julene Ella Haddan is about to be drawn into one of them.

It was a grey, joyless day, when young Julene heard the song of the siren and followed its melody into the enchanted swamp...a journey which led her into a tale of murder and deceit. It's only the fated who hear the siren. Yet Julene's fate now seems bound to the fabled Lady of Lisenby, the spectral gatekeeper of the Bog, queen of the haunted deep. However, is it justice the Lady seeks or is Julene the siren's next victim?

Myth and mystery collide in this tale of southern gothic horror.

©2016 Mike Duran (P)2017 Mike Duran

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    Jenniferk sc 04-23-17
    Jenniferk sc 04-23-17 Member Since 2010

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    "OMG! Best ghost story ever"
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    I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.I am Southern and thus have heard many good old ghost tales but I have to say this one is right up there with the best ever. Many of my elder relatives have great ones and this could be one they told me on a scary stormy night. Along with a superb story, the narrator adds volumes to the authenticity of the story.

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    Beatrice United States 04-16-17
    Beatrice United States 04-16-17
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    "Creepy story"

    I loved the story. The suspense and dread slowly built up and drew me into the story. The end was satisfying. The narration was very good. I took off one star for the narration because there were a few pauses that took me out of the flow of the story.

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    Fire Dad ^6 Kansas 04-15-17
    Fire Dad ^6 Kansas 04-15-17
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    "An interesting short story"

    This was fun to listen to, the narrator did a good job overall, and the story was interesting and well paced.

    The only thing that kept me from giving this a 5 Star rating was that I felt it needed to be a bit longer, I know it is a short story, but it just seemed a little rushed. I did enjoy it and would listen to it again in the future. 4 out of 5!

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    Athena Lee Brown Benton, Arkansas USA 04-09-17
    Athena Lee Brown Benton, Arkansas USA 04-09-17

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    If you could sum up Wickers Bog in three words, what would they be?

    Thrilling, Exciting, Heartbreak


    Have you listened to any of Amy Brock McNew’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    No but would love to hear more from Amy Brock McNew


    If you could rename Wickers Bog, what would you call it?

    The Siren of the Bog


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    Take your time to listen to this Southern ghost story. I found it told like I use to hear them from people when I first moved back to the south back in the late 70's. It is not a wasted hour to sit, relax and listen.

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