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Fly

Narrated by: Andy Mack
Length: 31 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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A Frightfully Creepy Tale For Adults Only!

Sean believes he is an awesome man: the perfect husband, the perfect lover and an awesome car to boot.

He has been looking forward to receiving his extra-special reward.

However, it is about to be interrupted...

©2013 Adam Strong (P)2013 Adam Strong

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A creepy, yet enticing story

What did you love best about Fly?

The narration was spot on and created very vivid imagery about the story.

What did you like best about this story?

It reminded me of classic storytelling and a few TV series of the genre, starting with Poe and on to Tales from the Crypt, renewing my interest in them.

Which character – as performed by Andy Mack – was your favorite?

Unlike other narrators, he not only voices the story itself, but also acted out each dialogue, even with different voices for each character, so it was great to listen to. I would have to say that my favorite character was the devil.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

There is vivid imagery throughout the story and the characters are well crafted, acting within their personalities. You can clearly envision each one of them and understand them perfectly, and even imagine each one’s background story.

Any additional comments?

A well-rounded story with amazing narration that made it very interesting. Wishing that all narrators and writers would use this as example to bring a story to life.