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Anyone who has ever fallen off a bike and skinned a knee can tell you that a road is a dangerous place. You can break a bone or crack your skull open barreling down some stretch of interstate at 70 miles per hour in a cage of steel, fiberglass, plastic, and rubber.
Right now you are safe. You can comfort yourself by listening to this audiobook while curled up on your bed or in your favorite chair. Just don't forget about what's waiting for you just beyond the edge of your driveway.
Road Kills is a collection of short tales of dark comic horror from the mind of Isaac Thorne. These stories are all connected to travel, to the road. After all, it is always lurking there, quiet and dark, just waiting for you to come out for a drive or a walk or a jog.
However you next confront it, the road is already there, plotting. And waiting. For you.
Enjoy the ride.
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- Chiyuki Okada
good writing, funny and dark
This writer is pretty rad. He lets it fly and builds tension well with a strong sense of the absurd and in my opinion he knows how to write. There is an old gravedigger in this that chops heads like a grocer working the vegetable isle at Ralph's,- its hysterical. But its filthy too and my grandma if she read this material would probably not stop vomiting. There's a ghost in one of these with pooh breath and a host of other characters that are tethered to reality but all set to snap. The author at every chance, satirizes the mainstream thank god. As I wrote on Amazon, what he doesn't do well is end his stories well, they work but they could be ended better. My opinion only, - I hope he has some material in the pipeline. This thing was well worth the coin.
The narrators were good. The woman has a little bit of a sexy,smoky tone going and the guy nails it with multiple characters and edge.
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