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Night Mares

A Father Gunter, Demon Hunter Supernatural Thriller
Narrated by: John H Fehskens
Length: 5 hrs and 26 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

To sleep, perchance to die.

Johann "Father" Gunter and Robert Durling find themselves in the small town of Clemons because of a dream the news reporter Belinda Carstone had. The night they arrive in town, they know immediately something is amiss. The mayor of the town has died in a tragic accident in her home. 

Johann and Robert pose as members of the KMTN News crew to gain access to the house where the mayor died. Their investigation takes them down a wild and twisted path. They learn interesting things about the town and the people, and we learn a few interesting things about Johann and Robert.

It's a tale of death, intrigue, suspense, and demonic possession that you will not want to miss.

©2018 Janine R. Pestel (P)2018 Janine R. Pestel

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Night Mares

Another good tale with Father Guinter and friends!Nightmares are real! John H Fehskens was a very good narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Horses Frolicking at Dusk

So far out of the series I think this is my least favorite. The story started out with a bang, but then just seemed a little too easy. I think the mystery was uncovered a bit too quick for the reader, even though Gunter and Bob took a while to completely catch on. I enjoyed the overall plot of the book but at this point in the series I would like a little more excitement. There are a few pieces that really jumped out in the story and got me excited. In general, I was hoping that the story would be written more at those exciting high energy levels. The part that does make me really look forward to the next in the series was the ending. Nice little twist that should make for some exciting adventures.

Gunter, no H, and Bob are back and have picked up two new teammates. While they aren’t tagging along a hundred percent of the time, they do provide a good supporting role. Not sure if they will continue on in the next book, although I did like how they changed the dynamic of the story a bit. The way the characters played out this time it really reminded me of an episode of Supernatural. Obviously different characters, but really seemed to follow their methodology.

As an avid clay shooter who makes his own shells, I will make a note for aspiring demon hunters. You need a few more ingredients and a press to actually make salt shells. What Gunter made was as useful as a salt shaker and would have to be thrown at the demons since it wouldn’t be able to fire from a gun. Not a complaint really, just more of an FYI.

As before, this story has some sound effects here and there. I know some people are bothered by that, but I really enjoy it and would actually like to hear more. Fehskens’s narration continues to be excellent and his character voices are perfect for each of the characters.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Night Mares review

Drawn in from the beginning. This was an interesting, solid story with unique characters, and look forward to more from the author

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Loved it!

I really liked this book. The characters that joined Father Gunter are a nice addition. this book/story reminded was my favorite so far out of the 3 Father Gunter books. Everything was layed out well for the storyline and i didn't feel lost at any point. I would recommend this book to any person who likes the supernatural stories.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • Reg
  • Texas
  • 04-25-19

Father Gunter Rides Again

Johann and 'Bobby' head over to Clemons because a member of their extended team has a dream. Once they get there, things start to happen fast! They learn that the town has a dark secret they are desperate to keep and that the mayor knew things she should never have known. Things move quickly and, in the end, Johann becomes his usual bada$$ self and saves the day.

I enjoyed this installment in the father Gunter series. It moved quickly, got right down to business and showed a lighter side at times that helped balance the darker parts of the story. I liked how Johann poked Bob any chance he got and I especially liked how Bob overcame his fears and grew as a demon hunter.

I received this audiobook for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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Great Short Listen

I am new to this series, but I most certainly enjoyed this adventure of Gunter and his band of demon hunters. In this short story, they’re investigating the strange death of a mayor. People in the small town are dying when they go to sleep, and Gunter must rush to stop the demon responsible before the death toll grows too high.

The characters were well-written, each of them with their own little quirks which added to the story and the realism of it. There were points in the story where they actually came across as humorous which helped to balance out the gore of the scenes with the nightmare demon.

The narration was a perfect balance to the story.

This is a great listen for paranormal and horror fans.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • TU
  • 04-17-19

Good stuff!

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I have to admit, this is a great series. I have really enjoyed following the exploits of Father Gunter and Bob. As with the other books in the series, the dialog and action are well executed and really suck you right in and speed you through the whole book. Narration continues to be done well. My only complaint is that I wish these books were longer!

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  • Brian
  • ANN ARBOR, MI
  • 04-17-19

Enjoyable Paranormal Romp

As someone who often journeys into the world of urban fantasy, I'm always excited for the opportunity to explore another universe, and Father Gunter demon hunter was another to digest and enjoy. This story was short and kinda minimalistic in terms of plot and world building, relying more on the personalities of the main characters and the quips they throw around at one another to keep listeners interested. Luckily it comes off as a realistic social dynamic from a team of any kind and to some extent like a buddy demon hunter story.

However while the personalities and interactions can be pretty goofy, the stakes are most definitely not. That really struck me throughout as kind of an interesting juxtaposition wherein the characters seemed to serve as their own comic relief at times, one of those situations where you laugh to keep yourself from screaming.

Narration was fine, my only real problem and it might just be me is I've never heard Johann pronounced Jo-hann. So while I'm sure the narrator was right, it bothered me but as I'm most likely in the wrong I don't hold that against it. The narrator did also provide some sound effects throughout to heighten the mood and did a pretty good job bringing the story to life.

I received the audiobook review code for this audiobook at my request and am voluntarily leaving this honest review. I definitely recommend taking an adventure with Father Gunter Demon Hunter.

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Fans of Constantine will love this series

Father gunter and his entourage are demon hunters. This latest chapter in the series finds the four of them investigating the death of a beloved mayor of a small town. It’s the latest battle in the war of good versus evil and if there is one thing that this war has taught them , it’s that demons come in many forms. The anniversary of a devastating exorcism is on the horizon a demon is killing in mysterious ways the team will be tested and much will be revealed. Have you ever had a dream that seemed real? A nightmare that left you Gasping for breath? In this town dreams kill. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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a good story

a good story with a lot of things in the story I did like it but I would have enjoyed it a bit more if the story was more together the story was good and I loved the characters and the fantasy and the creepy parts but I would like for the book to be more together but overall it was a great story

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  • Andromeda's Twin
  • 04-01-19

Entertaining thriller

This story kept me entertained with it's Demon hunting Father Gunter (no H) who I presume is a real priest but I've not read the first two books so I'm not certain, but he's a real character, who seems to travel with a pair of journalists and a trainee demon hunter (don't call me Bobby) who is actually a coroner in his real job.


Robert (don't call me Bobby) seems to be a bit of an idiot, always questioning everything that Gunter says, which is hilarious, the two journalists are almost as funny. I loved this. I wasn't sure that he'd make a good demon hunter though, until his epiphany whilst fighting the demon, now I think maybe he has the gumption for the role, especially with Father Gunter to guide him.

I'm not sure the narrator is the best choice for the story he makes everything seems light and jovial, which is perhaps not quite the right atmosphere for a tale of demonic possesion but he is definitely easy going on the ear which is always a plus.

All in all I'd recommend this as a quick and easy listen, light stuff, entertaining and funny (in a weird way).

I received my copy free of charge in exchange for my unbiased review as given above.