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What is your state of horror?
The State of Horror series makes another stop on the tour of the United States. This time, we visit the Tar Heel state: North Carolina. Come with us as we find out if the Grey Man truly brings warnings of impending forces of nature. Meet Alice, a visitor to the state who has a knack for picking the numbers in a game of Chicken Bingo. How far will a man go to find his beloved cat? What is the link between a dog and a transient? Ghosts visit the living, ancient entities come to collect their due, a unique neighborhood where things are not as they seem, and the realization that some monsters are of the human kind, are all stops along the tour. Join us as we explore the darker side of North Carolina with 13 tales of horror.
Authors include Frank Larnerd, Susan Hicks Wong, Stuart Conover, Kerry Lipp, Armand Rosamilia, Kathryn M. Hearst, Matt Andrew, Kenneth W. Cain, Jack Wallen, Jr. , Randal Keith Jackson, Spencer Carvalho, Maragaret L. Colton, LJ Heydorn, Nathanael Gass, Frank J. Edler
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Not pleased at all...
I have listened to NJ, IL, and I can't tell you the excitement I felt when I saw NC was available. I have been a resident of NC since 1991 and I was NOT impressed by the stories or the narrator's portrayal of a southern accent. Also there are 3 stories that have recording issues. This book seriously disappointed me.
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- Deejay 22
Good stories, bad narrator
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
What did you like best about this story?
The stories are good.
What didn’t you like about Jack Wallen Jr.’s performance?
Mr. Wallen's performance would have bee better if he did not try to do character voices and simply read the stories. His portrayal of North Carolina speech patterns and accents are so far off the mark it does nothing but perpetuate the image of the "dumb, illiterate hick".
Could you see North Carolina being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?