Morning Is Dead

Narrated by: Andersen Prunty
Length: 3 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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Things went wrong for Alvin and April Blue. In a hospital at night, April sits next to Alvin, bandages covering his burned skin, listening to his heartbeat on a monitor, and wonders how they ended up here. But she can never imagine the world of insanity, drugs, and crime that Alvin has fallen into. A place where fetuses are used to create simulacra, radiation victims prowl the streets looking for sacrifice, houses are arbitrarily detonated, and the police force is more like a marauding gang of thugs. A place where it's always dark and morning is dead....

©2010 Andersen Prunty (P)2014 Andersen Prunty

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Everything you could want in a bizarro horror novel
Fantastic plot and world building that also has a few laughs along the way
Well narrated and a great example of the authors talent highly recommended
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  • 12-13-19

Quirky and strange

Definitely one of Andersen Pruntys better works. Morning is dead has a interesting plot set in a "alternate" world of infinite night time. Everything is flipped on its head with all sorts of strange goings on.

The story itself is solid however it does feel a bit bare. The narration is also pretty solid. Prunty does a good job of bringing this strange world to life.