Only one priest can battle the ultimate evil!
An evil as ancient as time itself has arisen and taken root in New York City. Father Michael, the mysterious undead defender of the Church, answers the call to action from the Vatican, while Cain, a malevolent wraith that feeds on fear and blood, has taken the life and form of the city's mayor and readies a demonic army to ignite the apocalypse.
With an unlikely ally, Father Michael will prepare for the grim confrontation as he grapples with his sworn duty to God and the shreds of humanity left beating in his immortal heart. The time is ripe for Cain and the fulfillment of dark prophecies. Father Michael must battle Cain and his horde of demons in a final showdown that could very well herald the end of mankind.
Well, can't really say much about the story, as I couldn't handle the narrator. Seriously Hunter, you signed off on that guy? So I gave it a 3/5. The only other thing I can say about Seth is.. "Give me back my milk bottle!"
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Would you consider the audio edition of Evil Eternal to be better than the print version?
It's a very close call.
What did you like best about this story?
Action packed, gory and at times, downright creepy!
Which scene was your favorite?
The scene at the farm with the possessed family in Vermont.
What disappointed you about Evil Eternal?
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Could not finish,due to pathetic narration.
What didn’t you like about Seth Michael Donsky’s performance?
Simply put,ridicules cartoon voices.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Evil Eternal?
Overdone in a lot of ways. The main premise of book could have been done right and it would have made for a unique religious fueled horror.
Any additional comments?
Audible continues to disappoint for those who enjoy good horror/paranormal fantasy. The only choices are female themed romance,gay or just bad!
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