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When 10 people enter a little known Tennessee cave for a fashion shoot, they encounter something sinister beneath the surface and find themselves in a desperate quest to get out alive.

©2020 Sonny Collins (P)2021 Sonny Collins

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  • 08-10-21

Salamander

This was an okay story about 10 people who go into a Tennessee cave for a photo shoot. They encounter some scary creatures with casualties, as they try to safely escape. The sound quality was not very good, therefore affecting the story. The narrating by Tyler Arnett was also kind of flat. I received this audiobook at no charge in the authors promotion, and I am giving my voluntary review,

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"Everyone loves Brandon."

A fashion shoot and the photographer wants to give it extra atmosphere and originality by taking the entire crew below ground to film in caves known for their splendid pillars - stalagtites and stalagmites grown so long that they meet. All goes well until they are about to leave...

Pretty predictable but easy read: the pictures paint themselves in the reader's head quite vividly despite any real absence of gore. Narration is by Tyler I Arnett whose reading was uninspired but fine. Unfortunately, the quality of the recording was poor: it really could have been recorded underground given the the back track was both scratchy and rough. A pity.s

My thanks to the rights holder of The Salamander who, at my request freely gifted me with a complimentary copy. At just over one and one half hours in length it was a perfect 'filler' story which I did enjoy. Recommended for those who like monster horror adventures.