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Publisher's Summary

Here in this short story, we have a protagonist, trying beyond hope to keep it together, while recounting the terrifying events that have led him to this undisclosed location. Left to his own devices, trapped in a steel and glass box, and writing what may well be his final words, you are dragged into the darkness of his mind.

The rising insanity, as the narrative shifts haphazardly between stifling claustrophobia and full-blown chaos, will take you on an unnerving journey where you will not only question his own hope for survival, but for the very survival of humanity itself.

©2018 Toneye Eyenot (P)2018 Night Sky Book Services

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different

very very short story wish there was more! Hoping the author will continue the story making it longer. Leaves you wantimg more. The narrator does a great job. You really feel like your in his head.

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I enjoyed it enough to want to listen to the next

Great book

Very satisfying. Well performed and of course a great story. Much nostalgia gained from listening.

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The end is here!

This is a very interesting first person account about the end of the world. it is quick, short and to the point, but it does leave you hanging.

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Short apocaliptic horror story

Quad, By Toneye Eyenot, Narrated by Terry F. Self

The story is only 15 mins long so quite appropriate to listen in one go. The book is a horror so I would recommend it to fans of short horror stories. It is about survival, darkness, thoughts about claustrophobia, and survival. Terry F. Self did a good job as narrator, has a nice voice, tempo and accentuation.

My hope is that this review helps in your decision to obtain this book.
*This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Very Good Book!

I really enjoyed this book. The narrator done a good job telling the story. I look forward to listen to more books by this author.

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Very well told short story!

This is a pleasant surprise! A very well told short story. I can not believe how much story is in this 15 minutes. I received this for free for an honest review.

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Where's the rest?

Interesting situational short, good premise for a bigger post-apocalyptic story. Perhaps it is. I'll keep tabs on the author!

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  • norman
  • burlington, nc, United States
  • 06-29-18

Chiller!

This story gave me the creeps! But in a good way. Perfectly written, it had a tense, eerie feeling. And the narrator, Terry Self, made you feel like the character was a real person telling you his horrific, dismal story. The best narration I have heard in a long time.

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Great Story!

I received this audio book for free in exchange for my honest review. The writing and narration on this macabre tale are both impeccable. I look forward to more from this author in the future.

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Quad

This book was gifted to me in exchange for an unbiased review. I think this story has a good structure to make a good book. I just found that it was a little to short and didn’t give enough details to let the listener know exactly what they were listening to and what exactly was happening to the man and why. I would love to see the author pick this back up and continue it, it has an awesome structure to be a really good book. I’d love to know what was making the people blow up and why they were, and if the man made it out of the box and if others had survived. Please continue it.

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  • Natalie @ ABookLoversLife
  • 08-08-18

Quick read.

This is an extremely short story so I'm not going to summarise it. All I'll say is it's an enjoyable bite sized read that's well written and entertaining. I'd be interested to read more!

The narration was fine. Terry F. Self was clear and easy to follow and read it well.

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  • Doyler
  • 07-31-18

Entertaining short story

I enjoyed this little tale. The author is talented at his descriptions and made me want to know what happened. ... I want more!

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  • Victoria Schwimley
  • 07-20-18

When you're not alone but you really are.

This is another version of an apocalypse where there are people everywhere, but you don't know whom to trust. It's all narrative which is appropriate considering we're inside this survivor's head. I think the author did an excellent job of portraying the thoughts of a man trapped without an idea of where to go. As always, Terry F. Self does an outstanding job of characterizing the protagonist.