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I, Survivor

Narrated by: Adam Green
Length: 5 hrs and 20 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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On Mardi Gras weekend in February of 2007 over 40 people were butchered beyond recognition in a lonely Louisiana bayou. The horrific tragedy would go on to be known as The Honey Island Swamp Massacre. Paramedic Andrew Yong was one of the first responders called to the scene over that fateful weekend and was mysteriously the only survivor of the mass killing spree that took place. Standing by his testimony that the murders were carried out by the ghost of local urban legend “Victor Crowley”, Yong would immediately become the only suspect in what has since been called “the trial of this century.” Though acquitted and exonerated across the board by a grand jury, Yong’s story has only spawned more questions than answers and even a decade later the world still considers him to in fact be “the Bayou Butcher.”

Now, on the 10th anniversary of The Honey Island Swamp Massacre, Yong shares his horrifying account of what really happened that weekend in disturbingly graphic detail. From his upbringing as an outcast...to his tumultuous marriage and divorce from television personality Sabrina Caruthers...to the hell that his life has become in the aftermath of “Victor Crowley”...Yong opens up about living through what is still considered by many to be the most brutal unsolved mass murder of all time. Narrated by Hatchet franchise creator and co-author of the book Adam Green.

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  • Meegs
  • Utah USA
  • 06-29-19

daaaaadddyyyy....

Check this out if you are a fan of the Hatchet films, it was beautifully written, excellently performed, and adds a lot to the mythos of Victor Crowley.

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one of the best biographies out there!

it was hearbreaking to listen to the poor mans life story. so inspiring. unfortunately this is the only way to learn anything about the Honey Island Sawmp massacre. Google turns up nothing.

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A very emotional journey through the eyes of Crowley's lone survivor.
Justice for Yong. Crowley lives.

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  • Finn
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • 07-30-19

I love Hatchet. I love Adam Green. I hate this book.

I picked this up eagerly thinking it would be a fleshed out novelisation of the movie with more details and character.

It is not.

In fact the details of the movie are so quickly rehashed in this book that had I not seen the movies I would have been left very clueless as to what happen.

The entire book is a very slow, very long, very depressing account of Andrew (the fictional author) and how his horrible wife, Sabrina, used him to further her career as a tv host.

Sabrina is cast as more of a monster than Victor Crowley (the serial killer of the series) through out.

I struggled to finish this book. The story is boring and it adds absolutely nothing not at all to the Hatchet canon. The main character is already a bit of “a loser” in the films, but is painted as thee biggest door mat to everyone he encounters. He is made to be so pathetic that you can’t even root for him.

The narration is flat, but I doubt even had a professional read the book would the material been any better.