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What would you do to protect your family?
 

Keith Klein, a beat cop in the small New Mexico town of Montaño, sets out to find his missing daughters after they vanish on their way home from school. He enlists the help of Gerald Greenwood, an old friend and a private investigator. When their investigation stalls and desperation creeps in, Keith’s methods become unorthodox, illegal, and extremely violent.
 

Meanwhile, Keith’s daughters, 14-year-old Carrie and eight-year-old Allison, witness horrors beyond imagination at the Wolves’ Den, a house in the middle of nowhere. In that house, a group of psychopaths in animal masks produce snuff films and other disturbing content for clients across the globe.
 

Jon Athan, the provocative author behind Dr. Sadist and Lovesick, delivers another dark and disturbing horror novel filled with mystery, suspense, and gore. Can you handle a visit to the Wolves’ Den?
 

Warning: This novel contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.

©2019 Jonathan Sixtos (P)2019 Jonathan Sixtos

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Loved it

One of the best hardcore horror authors Jon athan gets better with every book
This was a heavy subject handled tastefully
Excellent narration from Harry as usual
Highly recommended and guaranteed to make you squirm
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Into the Wolves' Den

This was a disturbing read. Jon Athan does not disappoint when you want something horrific and gruesome to read. Some of the descriptions were totally horrific and gruesome—kind of like watching a train wreck where you can’t stop listening. I really enjoy Jon Athan’s writing style. He has a knack for writing gruesomeness. This book held my attention throughout wondering what form a torture would happen next.

Harry Roger Williams did an OK job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Needs a different narrator

the story deserved to be read with passion..a good narrator would have made the reader feel the heartbreak, the terror..the emotion!
this did not

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performance was awful

the story lives up to the warnings about the content. The performance was unbearable. I ended up skipping to the last chapter and even at that i skipped ahead.

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I'm really torn...

I love me a good violent, crazy, catharic story. That said, the reader sounds like he had speech-therapy with a robot... Then got his masters in reading to other learning-impaired robots.
I understand a little enunciation, but this is effing ridiculous. I am really interested in listening to more of Jon Athan's stories but not with the same reader. Loved the ride, but not the voice that gave it.

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Dark, Disturbing and thrilling

This was my first truly dark, horror audible book and I almost finished it in one day. The story is so engrossing you have to know what happens next. Will the girls be found, will the men be caught and will Keith get justice. This is not a book for someone that can not listen to violence - it's a cross between Hostel and Taken if you're a movie lover. I'm looking forward to reading more of his books.

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wow!!

ok so i love this author! hes gory & gross & just awesome!!! now this book ill have to get the book on kindle cuz i couldnt take
2 chapters of ths narriator he sounds like hes reading a kids story!!

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Hmmm...

Not really sure what to say lol, it’s disturbing as fuck but written well enough. Idk if you enjoy splatterpunk you’ll like it, if not then for gods sake don’t listen to it!

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Truly disturbing

This was a truly disturbing read with horrific descriptions of torture and revenge. It truly fits the horror genre and a lot of this book made my stomach turn. I don't think I've ever read something this gruesome ever. The narrator was great and I loved the way he narrated this book.

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Graphically detailed, but OMG the narration...

Full disclosure: This is my first Jon Athan story so my review is mostly focused on the narrator and perhaps a bit on the writing style.
First off, I love Splatterpunk stories, true crime and the like. I'd heard of the author in one of the podcasts I listen to and decided to check him out. I selected this particular story primarily because of the ratings then the synopsis to close the deal.

The story starts off well enough, 'November 1996', a small boarder town somewhere in New Mexico with all the charm of a village, in the mid 90's well before cellphone's were issued at birth, John Stammos was a thing, and unsuspecting movie watchers went to see Space Jam. About 5 minutes in after setting the back story the narrator seems to change the tone and tempo of his reading. around 7 minutes I knew this was going to be a long journey, but i stayed committed.

At the 7 minute mark I had to pause, because it also happens to be when the the villains strike, so I thought it best to take a break and dive in fresh. After walking around a bit, some coffee and a pastry I returned and hit play. The narration was done in a way that that grates the ears, a slowww reading where each word was spoken with even slower tempo. I honestly don't know if the writer conjugated (like ever) or compounded or used any grammatical short cuts because the narrator read every single word ---in---a---tem-po---much---like---this, and with inflections that sounded like, well not quite Boston and not quite Manhattan, Connecticut maybe? (shrug) .

Once your ears and mind become numb to the sound of dying cats, the story read/felt/sounded like the author or editor was really trying to convert raw and undisciplined story telling into a book.

Now let me clarify; the above is a first impression and not a critical review, more like a moderate or neutral review overall.

Ok think back to old cartoons - big dog, little dog... big dog is the dumb brute, little dog is the brains and speaks intelligently (for a dog), but the big dog is dumb, slow, reta.....slow and the way he speaks sounds like 'uh whhhhhuere diddy go, George, wherediddygo!!!' That's what the narrator sounds like.

Story - graphic, author is able to paint the picture of abuse and cruelty, the reader can taste the blood as it flies off the bat as it swings back to bash a skull. As the title picture suggests, there are children involved, and really bad stuff happens to them, but Athan tastefully describes some very cruel acts executed by some very very sick characters who aren't too far from reality.

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  • Helen
  • 05-02-20

ok book

not for me book
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • Erin B
  • 02-21-20

A Tale of Revenge

This book focuses more on torture and revenge for the information he needs to find his kidnapped daughters. There isn't much more to say other than it reminded me of the movie Taken with Liam Neeson. The torture scenes were gruesome and very detailed but I personally don't think they were any worse than watching something like the movie Hostel. I think they may have shocked some listeners because they were described in so much detail but when you're listening rather than seeing they have to be described in detail in order for you to get the full effect of what this father is willing to do in order to get his girls back. If you liked the movies Taken or Hostel then you'll like this book. The narration was not the best, it sounded robotic but if you can get past that the book was good.

I was provided a free copy of this book at my request for my honest and unbiased review.

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  • 07-27-20

Fantastic, disturbing story

My second read from this author, this story is a bleak look at the world of human trafficking and the lengths a parent will go to. I thoroughly enjoyed this one.
Sadly the story isn't far fetched in this day and age, with recent events (Epstein didn't kill himself) so I enjoyed certain characters getting their just desserts. The author writes direct, to the point without spending pages describing mundane details which I love. He pushes boundaries and keeps the story flowing. I'm definitely a new fan.