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Publisher's Summary

What would you do if you won a dream holiday?  

For newly-weds Laurelyn and Elijah, it was a dream come true. They could finally have the honeymoon they could never have afforded on their own. Their excitement is tangible as they leave for Spain.  

With their arrival in Spain, they soon realize things aren’t as they should be.  

Instead of a hotel, they are taken to an isolated Asylum. They will be lucky to leave alive.  

©2018 Bianca Pheasant (P)2018 Bianca Pheasant

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Book 3

Harvesting an organ in a very weird and gruesome way. Short and quick listen.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Hostel meets Taken

In my mind this played out like the movie Hostel. Different people and different situation, very much like the movie but with a few surprises. As this is only thirty minutes this comes out of the gate quick and to the point. No time to really explore the characters or to connect with them, something that makes it harder to sympathize with their plight. Definitely plays on the fear of watching your family members get hurt. In my mind that aspect was the horrific part, not the actual gore and violence. The lesson learned here is don’t travel internationally unless your father is Liam Neeson.

First time I have heard Smith and he did a good job. I enjoyed his narration voice and his character voices. He added the needed emotion to Elijah’s voice and had an excellent Galtero voice. Hope to come across more of his work

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • Marcus
  • SHOEMAKERSVILLE, PA, United States
  • 10-15-18

Not something I could recommend

I received this audiobook for free in exchange for my honest review, so I must be honest and say I did not find this a worthwhile listen. The premise itself was chilling in that way of myths and urban legends usually are. I found the "reveal" to be boring, and though somewhat imaginitive, also unplausible. Perhaps if a bit of background were given instead of having it all narrated by one of the bad guys, it would have flowed better.

The characters were bland, one-dimensional and barely believable. For as much time was spent showing us how loving of a couple the main characters were, they still came across as shallow imaginings of a love-struck pre-teen.

The narration was decent, though Smith seemed to be a bit one-note as well and tended to display odd inflections and pronunciations here and there. The spooky voice he used for Diablo was pretty good though.

It's a short listen, so normally I'd say "what the heck, go for it", but if you're anything like me, you'll come away feeling that 29 minutes could have been much better spent.

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Harvest

Too short but good listen with a vacation of torture. Diablo/Galtero needs to get Elijah’s and Laurelyn’s livers and other organs. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you

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Decent Horror

This story is good and has some tension. The horror element is there and a bit creepy. The kidnapping is done well and seems plausible. That is definitely the scariest part for me.

Gary Leo Smith did a good job with the narration, but was not exceptional. The pace was a little too slow and some of the inflections seemed a bit too read. Most of the narration was solid, just a few trouble spots.

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Such an enthusiastic and crazy story!

Harvest is a quick listen about a young couple who go on a long-awaited vacation only to realize they have been duped and may die. A bit tongue in cheek, but the narrator has an enthusiasm for the story that really brought out the creepiness of the story.

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There are no word for how this affected me

Nothing is for free someone must always pay for it and in this case could be with your life, if something seems too good to be true it usually is! Run, Run, Run for your life or pay with it. A very interesting, horrifying story that will make you setup straight and want to pull the characters out of the story.

Mr. Smith narration was really good, at first it took a little getting into his narration. I can’t say what it was but I wasn’t really into it. As you know it isn’t a very long audio, after the first few sentences he pulled me in, and I was taken away to a scene like no other. I felt their pain, their terror and fear. There are no repeating of words, no volume change, I can’t help but wonder what the person that took them looked like, I never got a clear picture but I think that was due to the author, or I was so into it that I overlooked it. I thought he did a great job pulling the listener in, after the first few minutes I was so into it that people started staring at me why I was shopping. I am lucky I remembered everything I went to buy. Mr. Smith really bought this audio to life for me, and I am not sure I would have gotten the same feeling if I had read it.

The author gives a story that horrifies you, making you feel every fear, pain, surprise and love this couple did. Just married not knowing what is going on and then finding it out making them wish they had not taken that free deal. There are no words to tell you just how much this affected me and the nightmares I am about to have lol. It was a great very short listen but I did feel something was left out and it is very short. The author does fill in a lot in a very short time, there are no fillers just facts of one couple who just got married and couldn’t afford a honeymoon. I doubt very much if you can read this and not feel something very deep. For those that love horror you will totally get into this. It was a great listen that terrified me.

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A Great Lunch Break Story

This short story was a fast paced, enjoyable adventure that you fit in a 30 minute lunch break. It was a fun listen.

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Not my cup of tea.

I received this audiobook for an honest review.

On that note, this was my first time reading/listening to anything by this author, and I wasn't a fan, unfortunately.

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The story itself was boring (sorry to the author). While I haven't read or listened to stories on this subject (black market organ stealing or however you'd phrase that), I wasn't really interested in the characters or what was going on. Besides the demon aspect, which I found to be a little cheesy because I found it weird it/he would be using a knife to slit the person's throat as opposed to simply "diving in," there wasn't really anything new here.

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I wasn't a fan of this narrator either. Whether he's new to the narrating game or not, he definitely needs improvement. It was obvious he was reading from something, his speaking voice was robotic and there were some words he mispronounced, for example, "shaman," he pronounced as "shay-man." I will say that his "demonic" voice was spot-on--nice and creepy there!

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Great for listening at night (if youre not afraid)

Good story, kept me on the edge the whole time. i got the audiobook version. If you dont like the terror genre, dont read it, but if you are a fan, go for it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-15-18

This was actually a lot of fun.

An enjoyable and gripping short story, starting off as a romantic tale, but finishing off with a very dark side and the narrator did an excellent job with several voices.