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Dario may not have his life figured out, but at least he has a job, a cell phone, and friends who care about him. That’s enough, until the circus comes to town. Soon after, a bloody attack puts his friend in the hospital and Dario begins to hunt for whoever is responsible. As he investigates, Dario is pulled toward the dangerous and violent circus, its strange people, and the dark rumors of “Frank’s Show”. But the more he unravels the mystery, the more he realizes he must escape it all...before it kills him.

©2019 Andy Kaiser (P)2019 Andy Kaiser

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This is Intense

From the start I was hooked. The very beginning scene set a path that I wanted to go down and needed to know the intricacies that would unfold during the journey Andy Kaiser takes us down. Carnies and faux Indian caves and a trailer park boy made this story super exciting.

I hated Dario, he is a hot head just like his father and did everything wrong, which I loved and made the story what it is. Watching him go through his struggle of not being his father, yet still being him was awesome. His denial is a self reflection of many people. I struggled with the advice he got from Arielle as I think she meant well but was also driving him to be more reckless in is endeavor. All in all I loved all the characters and their descriptions. I felt like I was there witnessing them first-hand.

The overall story is crazy, and while simple, is complicated by many aspects. Three word description would be circus, revenge, misguided. Doesn't tell the story but will to those who listen. Definitely a good story that I was a bit apprehensive from the description, but not one I could put down. The in-depth telling of everything hooked me and creeped me out at the same time. Will never play carnie games again. I enjoyed it and look forward to more from this author.

I really enjoyed the narration. I felt Ryan Francona was spot on for the character voices and provided the right cadence and energy for them. While the story was great, the narration keeps you glued to your headphones.

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it was good

Kept me interested throughout. well set up. decently written well read. I didn't think the ending was as good as the story deserved but also not really horrible either. will look for more by this author.

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Unique and fun story

The beginning of the story I wasn't sure about the narrator choices, some of the voices seemed younger than they should. As the story progressed it was much better and the narrator did a great job. I didn't care so much for the MC but that was overshadowed in the best possible way by how unique and entertaining the story is.