Horror and Mystery Anthology

Ghosts and Zombies Returning from the Grave
Narrated by: Gregory Pierce
Length: 7 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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This anthology of short stories contains many different elements fans of the horror and mystery genre will enjoy, such as:

  • Time travel and playing around with the change of events.
  • Zombies and outbreaks of the undead in apocalyptic scenarios.
  • Survival in times when things get tough.
  • Ghosts and the appearance of those from the other side to warn and scare their victims.
  • Being able to foretell the future and getting a chance to prevent disasters.
  • Confusion and psychopathic tendencies in a deviant brain.
  • Murderous creatures that devour their preys in unnatural ways.
  • Slaughter of infected creatures in creepy atmospheres.
  • Miscommunication and arguments in relationships that add to the tension of dire situations.
  • Unraveled mysteries that point to perpetrators you would never expect.
  • And so much more. 

Don’t wait and get started with these fun, engaging short stories from a creative mind.

©2019 Sarah Bakersson (P)2020 Sarah Bakersson

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Wow

Good stories. The cover looks scarier than a lot of the short stories in there. I thoroughly enjoyed it, though.

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This is good

This is one of the better books I've listened to lately. It contains some pretty scary stories, but not cruel or gruesome. So if you're into a lot of blood, this is not it. If you're into ghosts, monsters, and mysteries, this is a good one. No doubt. That being said, I really enjoyed it.

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I enjoy stories like this

I am honestly impressed with the professional tone of voice, the content, the plots of the different short stories. It was a good experience. I love the horror genre, and this was definitely it for me.

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Nothing wrong with this

There is literally nothing wrong with this book, in my opinion. I enjoyed the stories, the mystery, the murder and the crime. It was full of zombies and ghosts, and that was good enough for me.

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Narrator ruined it

The narrator for this story absolutely ruined it for me. Their voice is monotone through out every single story, even when it is stated that a character cried out or yelled it is all still just a drab monotone reading. There are a lot of action scenes in the stories this book contains and I feel they really could have benefited from even some light inflection of tone. There’s no differentiation in tone between when a character is sad, scared, bored or even screaming! I will say that the narrator isn’t the only thing that made this book less enjoyable. The writer often uses two words to describe something that totally contradict each other such as “she said silently” how can someone say something and it still be silent? She said softly or quietly would have gone better. There are a lot of instances in this book that made me do a double take because the word being used did not seem to fit the narration previous or did not fit contextually. The narrator also has a tendency to run chapter titles into the story. There are is no break or pause to tell you when the chapter title announcement ends and the story actually continues because they are ran together and the lack of inflection makes it all just sound the same. The stories are also not scary at all, they seem more intended for a preteen audience than anything. The stories are slightly interesting but not enough to cancel out the negative qualities this book has. I would recommend this book for preteens and anyone who is looking for a book to put them to sleep (the narration is so even And monotone it often lulls you to sleep).

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  • Sienna
  • 01-15-20

Horror

This is horror at its best. These stories are very enjoyable. You should get this. It's great.