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Still recovering from a near-death experience, homicide detective Alexander Drake is suddenly recalled to active duty to track down a diabolical serial killer with ties to the occult.

The second book in the Darkness Unbound series, which has been called an "intense thrill ride" and an "entertaining mix of mystery, pulp and the occult".

Now a thrilling audiobook featuring Scream Queen Brinke Stevens!

Don't miss the other books in the Darkness Unbound series: Lady in Black (volume 1) and Darkness Unbound: Shadow of Death (volume 3).

©2015 Glenn Porzig (P)2016 Glenn Porzig

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Another great "Darkness Unbound" entry

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Another entertaining story by Porzig perfectly delivered by the talented Brinke Stevens. Recommended!

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Yes, good writing.

Have you listened to any of Brinke Stevens’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is the second I believe three volumes. Brinke has found her new niche in audio books.

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Excellent Sequel

I had previously read Glen Porzig’s Darkness Unbound: Lady in Black and was very pleased with the quality of the narration of this book. Brink Stevens was an excellent choice for the narration and was able to bring Terror of Night to life with a distinct voice for each character and a passion for the work. The story was interesting and it had me invested to see how it was all going to turn out.

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A heart-pounding step up

Once again Porzig wows with twists and turns and gut-wrenching violence in this second installment of Darkness Unbound. Stevens does a good job reading, maybe even better than last time, but I did find myself stifling laughter at her pronunciations of certain words. Nonetheless, she again does a good job of voicing the characters (although I thought one of them sounded a bit too similar to a certain demon -but hey, there are only so many voices one can make, and she has just about covered them all) - I really do love how she does that silent yell when a character yells. Gives the feeling of urgency without being deafening. Again there were some repeating words here and there, but overall I think Porzig stepped it up even more this time around, adding even more detail and action, and even a little humor. I was especially impressed with the final few scenes. The description of a certain character also matches the cover perfectly, which I loved. If you like scary, heart-pounding thrillers with some mystery thrown in, check this book out. Can't wait for the next one. Especially after that preview at the end ;)

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ANOTHER WINNER FOR GLENN AND BRINKE

What made the experience of listening to Darkness Unbound the most enjoyable?

Was a good story well written by Glenn, moved the story at a quick pace. Lots of detail to form great pictures in your mind.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Yes, had a couple of twists and turns(No spoilers here).

What about Brinke Stevens’s performance did you like?

The way she plays her parts, plus her voice is so great for audiobooks. She a great storyteller and reader.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No. took a couple of days.

Any additional comments?

Looking forward to number 3 in the "Darkness Unbound" series.

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Not that interesting...

started out rather well, but couldn't keep going...really abrupt anticlimactic ending.....quite disappointing. The story had some good possibilities.

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