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Andy and Bridget like to travel. Their windowless van is their home. Speeding across the Texas countryside they pick up hitchhikers and weary travelers who see the pair as a nice couple showing southern hospitality. However, Andy and Bridget are not what they seem. In their plain-looking van, there is no telling which town they will pass through or who will they pick up next.

©2016 Tim Miller (P)2017 Tim Miller

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Loved it

Tim Miller is one of the best and extreme horror and this is the proof
Well narrated and highly recommended
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Totally misleading title

There was about 1 or 2 scenes regarding the van. The story is just someone's mind barfing out "what is the dumbest thing that could happen next" scenarios. Could have been good, but nope. Pass on this one, unless you simply like meaningless violence and uninspired characters.

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Could not get into this book

I could not get into this book and the narration was terrible. Reminds me of another terrible narrator, whose name I won't mention. but his voice sounds the same. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Sadistically Twisted!

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I adore Tim Miller's disturbing, twisted, and horrific writing style. His stories amaze me every time I listen to or read one, because I know he puts all he has into each one. Rape Van has it all! Extremely Horrific scenes that left my mouth agape, rewinding it just to be sure I heard correctly. Yep, I sure did.

It absolutely blows my mind what this author comes up with. Kudos to Mr. Miller for always bringing a fresh, albeit, terrifying, demented, picturesque, and graphic new story.

The narrator, Daniel Dorse, has a deep voice that just brings these characters to life. It was easy to follow the differences between the voices. I just turn the lights off, close my eyes and dive into the dark world as the story unfolds.

One of the most memorable scenes is when Maddie and Susie meet. A tender moment even for a psychopathic killer. Excellence!!

More Please?!

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disgusting trash

Disgusting trash, I'm sure the narrator was just looking for work but still sick trash

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1 sitting..listened to entire book. couldn't stop!

I started listening to waist 15-20 mins...once I was in I couldn't stop...listened to the entire audio book in one sitting. Tim Miller is a litterary genius. Narration was like a solid 8/10. sometimes bounced between characters with exactly knowing who he was speaking for , but did an overall excellent job. HIGHLY RECOMMEND .

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  • JM
  • 07-29-20

Pretty Grusome!

Not too much really shocks me, but this comes pretty close, especially the 10-11 year old little girl's part... so beware this is gruesome, the narration is pretty darn good

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TRASH...sick and not worth USE IN ..in a outhouse

NEVER had i heard such a lame ..useless excuess for reading..
heard half of chamter one...could not stomic any more....PURE TRASH

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HELL YES

I FEEL LIKE MY MIND WAS RAPED IN THAT VAN. GODDAMN MAN THIS IS ONE WICKED STORY. LOVED IT !

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the unique kind of horror I've always wanted

I've always wanted a novel like this but could never find it before i found Tim Miller. i believe in horror again.

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  • col2910
  • 07-22-21

Alright, I suppose. Not really my bag.

Hmm, I debated briefly whether to post on this book or not, but I kind of thought.... well, I've read it so why wouldn't I? I suppose my concern was - does reading a book with a horrible title and some extreme graphic content, by definition make me a horrible person? Did the explicit content in the form of sexual violence and graphic torture excite, titillate or arouse me. No, it didn't. Did it disgust me? Not especially.

There is a part of me that thinks some of the content was unnecessary and could have been left to the reader's (or listener's) imagination, but the author should be free to write what he wants and if this is what Tim Miller wants to write and there is a fanbase for it, crack on then. No one has to read it if they don't want to.

I found the story or plot interesting. A couple of serial killers travel around taking advantage of people and doing horrible things to them, before crossing paths with some bigger and badder predators. I'm not usually a fan of serial killer books as they don't especially interest me. I'd rather read about a robbery or a con than a murder spree.

The writing was smooth enough. The plot moved fast. The characters were divided into predators and prey, no half measures. I was entertained, but not especially thrilled. I was invested enough in the outcome to want to finish the book and the author delivered a few twists and turns along the way. I don't regret reading it, but I'm not in a hurry to delve deeper into the author's back catalogue. It probably ought to come with some kind of warning attached to it and maybe some sort of age limitation on who could read it.

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Read - (listened to) July, 2021
Published - 2016
Page count - 227 (2 hrs 37 mins)
Source - Audible purchase
Format - Audible

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  • Rhona
  • 05-04-20

A shocker

A nice compact book. Frankly with the extreme violence, I wouldn't want to listen to a longer book. Good narrator.