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Kent Hill presents a double whammy, a double feature, one part heart and one part laughs. Necropolis Tryst begins your listening experience with a tale close to life, full of laughs, love, and tragedy. His over-the-top style comes back to earth in this coming of age that shows Hill is not only a madman, cracking jokes at whirlwind speed, but he is fully human, a romantic and poet. And once you are nice and wet, dip into the genre-splicing parody fest "Zombie Park". A wild and bizarre ride through a kaleidoscope of movies that include Predator, Aliens, and of course, Jurassic Park. Why get one? Rejoice dear listener, in thy double feature.

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Fiendish writing by a genius mastermind

Kent Hill said that he wrote this as a challenge to diverge from his familiar comfortable path of writing. I guess he felt too confined by writing things like Sword Dude, Deathmaster, Alien Smut Peddlars, and Hercules with a shot gun. I can see how writnig stuff like that might limit you in some capacity. What? Stuff like that only proves that he is Paul Atreides, who has a mind that will bend like a reed in the wind! This man has a flexible imagination.

Additionally, he says that he wanted to write something new and original, well he's done that a dozen times over!!!! This is no difference, so did he stray from the norm? Nope. He's maintained a level of excellence that is unheard of, this book just proves that no matter what he writes about it is soing to be amazing. Plus he's inserts some funny stuff at the start and then adds in some standard Kent Hill craziness before the end. He knows how to pluck my heartstrings. The story is top notch and just tells me that I will never get my fill of Kent hill.

Mike Carnes narrates the tale, and all I can say is that he must be as sick and twisted as Hill, because he gets the humor and gross sensibilities! I liked listening to him, and will restate that I thnk he fits Hill's style like a glove over a psuedo-pod (that's shaped like a hand!). Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. Getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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WoW

I received this audio book for free in exchange for my honest review. Both the writing and narration in this crazy tale are impeccable. I was entertained throughout and surprised at the end.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 04-27-20

For me to conceal and you to ponder.

Perhaps, not being a sex obsessed teenage misfit, I missed the point of this story. It starts crudely, then adds violence, with constant sexual nuances of lust, longing and screwing suggested throughout. It is well narrated by pleasant!y voiced Mike Carnes, just as it is well written, conjuring mind pictures, a con artist game perpetrated on the reader, littered with name dropping of popular songs, films and books woven into the sentences, like The King and I ("Shall we dance?), Ground Hog Day, Green Eggs and Ham, and Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. Clever, uncomfortable - and definitely not my thing.
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This short book was a freely gifted, complimentary download, given, at my reqjest, via Audiobooks Unlimited

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  • Jeff
  • 10-09-18

lovers sweet revenge

They say revenge is best served cold I think it is best served with a burger. A story of how love can turn to revenge