• Games: The Complete Series, Books 1-6

  • By: Sea Caummisar
  • Narrated by: Ronald Young
  • Length: 13 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Games: The Complete Series, Books 1-6

By: Sea Caummisar
Narrated by: Ronald Young
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Publisher's Summary

All six books of the completed Games Series. 

Game 1 New Year 

After being abducted on the New Year, Sara, Angel, and Amanda are forced by a masked stranger to play games. Losing the game or breaking the rules results in punishments. Painful punishments, either inflicted to oneself or by their friends. The masked stranger tells them there will only be one winner, and the prize is life. 

Warning 18+ Not for Kids: This is a violent book. It starts out with a little bit of gore, and ends with a whole bunch of gore.

Games 2 Brutality

The winner of the New Year Game is starting her journey into her new life. Exploring her new job has changed her life and she seems to be losing control.  

After a friendly competition goes wrong, Donny offers her the opportunity to head her own game. Her game style is barbaric and brutal (compared to Donny's games).  

How will this affect the relationship between mentor and apprentice? 

Warning: There are violent scenes in this book. Not for listeners who are squeamish or have weak stomachs.  

Games 3 Donny

His new apprentice has asked Donny to tell the story of the games he played. 

Donny tell his story. 

Also, the story continues with Donny and his partner/ apprentice. 

Warning. Blood and gore. This is a violent book. Very graphic and disturbing scenes of extreme violence  

Games 4 Maze

Continuation of the Games series. 

Mentor/apprentice has made a deadly maze with the sole intent of hurting people. 

Room after room of painful traps await unsuspecting players. 

How will this affect the dangerous duo's relationship? 

Warning: This is a violent book. Extreme horror

Games 5 New Guy

Book #5 of the Games Series  

The survivor of the pain maze is doing everything in his power to become Donny's best friend. 

Also, a special appearance from Rick (Gambler's Appetite of Remorse) 

Scenes of graphic violence. You have been warned. 

Games 6 Game Over

The conclusion of the Games series.  

Donny has taken a new position with Sanger Entertainment working in the dark web show division. After struggling with the evil deeds required of him at work, he decides to make a change.  

Will new changes in his life make him a better man? 

This is a violent book with multiple scenes of gore. 

Not for the faint of heart.

©2020 Sharon Cheatham (P)2020 Sea Caummisar

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Pay Your Debts And Always Win the Game

I'm a huge horror fan and listen to a lot of extreme stories. I would rate the graphic horror about a three on a scale of one to five. As you get through the various books, more like collections of chapters, the violence and gore definitely ramp up and it made me enjoy the story more and more. I was really happy with the way the story ended. Kinda expected aspects of it, but it was a solid ending that I think was perfect for how the story developed.
I have read and heard a lot worse and am not sure why genital mutilation is where “extreme” horror has to default to. That is like all “extreme” funny jokes having to be dirty or forced to use foul language. The best ones don’t. In the end, be warned, many people won’t have the stomach for this type of writing.
I felt that this story was heavily influenced from the Saw movies from the start, but developed its own plot as it progressed. The overall plot was decent, even though some of it seemed a bit forced just to be able to arrive at the graphic scenes. The only odd part is that there is a romance piece that was out of place, yet still worked, especially given the circumstances of the two meeting. Partners would have been fine, but “lovers”, a word used way too much in this book, just didn’t sit well with me until I finished the entire book. There was a lot of language that didn’t seem to fit to me. Not sure how many times I heard the word poo, a childish word, mixed with graphic torture threw me off a bit. Not sure how many different body parts leaked a white ooze. I found many times that either the actual descriptions or dialogue were not fitting with other aspects of the story.
The narrator did a good job with the narration aspects of the story, but I didn’t think his conversation cadence matched the dialogue. Came off a bit glitchy and less natural. He provided decent character voices, really liked Donny’s voice, that helped the overall energy of the story.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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