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Experts tried justifying this, tried explaining it with logic. Anything concluding her fallout to settle down students of the university and residents surrounding. Doctors have deemed it mental while well-known demonologists have come forward claiming evil spirits. One thing is certain. The details surrounding Kendall Harrison are not only baffling; they are terrifying. 

Disclaimer: Countless hours have been spent with the Harrison family, Marcy Simmons, and Ryan Denning. Attempting to try to understand this sporadic event, it has been requested to respect the privacy of those mentioned and all others involved with this case. What you are about to hear is an occurrence taking place near a university in Indiana through insight shared. The Kendall Harrison case has become one of Indiana's most disturbing investigations within the past few years, creating much public attention and hysteria.

©All Years Zachary Byrd (P)2018 Zachary Byrd

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Karma doesn't care about your humanitarian acts

Very quick listen but a neat story and worth listening to to. I haven't really come across this story line before so it was a pleasant surprise, even though you aren't sure what is happening until the very end. Since the book is less than an hour it moves along quickly and provides only so many hours in the life of Kendall. I like how the story makes itself out to be a true story. Not sure if it is or isn't but for some reason that always adds to the story. Definitely going to have to remember Karma when I see people in need. This Karma isn't the same as Earl Hickey's.

Mark did a decent job narrating. Seemed pretty straight forward but nothing incredibly above and beyond.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Karma is a witch

Is inaction a real crime? Is it fair to pay for not doing something? It is hard to say, but that is what this story is about. A young girl is tormented by a series of ghost that only provide a countdown to their victim. They do not open their eyes or say anything else but a countdown, leaving poor Kendall to go mad wondering why she is being haunted by the grim specters. The story itself is solid and enjoyable, again I only wonder if the protagonist's fate was really deserved, but then again, I'm not Karma.

Cayco does a decent job narrating, but he keeps the same tone throughout. I would have liked for him to have put a little emotion into it as Kendall began getting more and more dismayed. Also, there are some small, but easily overlooked audio issues. You could tell when there was a break, as there is a hissing like on old 45's that you do not notice until the speaker stops. It goes on for a second or two, stops abruptly, and then Cayco begins speaking. This happens several times but it is a small thing. Really, I thing my issue with the story relates directly to his performance. Had he just added some emotion to it, or varied his voice the tale would have had more gravity to it, as it was it really didn't pull me in.

Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.


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Karma

This short story had my interest from the beginning. I kee p wondering and guessing all through the whole audio book.

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The People

This was a terrific haunted tale!I would love to see how Karma finds other people!lol Mark Cayco was a fabulous narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Great twist

Loved the story, I wish the character was more developed, but it’s a short story. My main issue was the guy who narrated, he was just so monotone. I wish he had more feeling in his reading. Story was great tho!

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The People

Wow!! This book sucked me right in. I enjoyed it all the way to the end. I hope to read more from this author. The narration was nice. It had a good cadence and the sound quality was good.

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Very good plot

I loved this, book. I just wish it was longer. It certainly threw me for a loop, with the ending, which I never seen it coming. Will definitely read/listen to more by this Author.

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Interesting listen

This is a short story that was full of mystery. I listened to the audio version and the narration was spot on, with an ominous tone to match the story line. It had a good moral to the story too.

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Face-paced, thrilling ride

This audio sounded as if I was watching a paranormal activity movie. The set up and presentation were roughly the same. I’m not sure if it is just the extreme talent of the narrator or something the recording company did but it sounded as if it was coming from one of those old screen projectors. The story hooked me from the beginning and never let me go. I actually listen to it again two days later on a drive with my husband out of town and he was also super impressed. The narrator did a great job of regulating his tone to sound detached, as if just reporting the strange events while also conveying the paralyzing fear and confusion that Kendall endures. This follows the main character through the horrifying sequence of events that lead from her being diagnosed with high anxiety and stress from college to the stunning conclusion of what exactly she was seeing and why. There is no fluff or unnecessary details told which makes this a very quick listen. I am very intrigued to see what the author has next and I would love to see what thrills and chills he could capture in a full length book. Excellent audio for anyone who likes a quick, fast-paced, thrilling ride. Also great for those beginner listeners who’s genre of choice is mystery/thrillers.

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Karma Horror

Kind of like its own genre--karma-horror. Pretty good listen. Well-narrated. Feels like an episode of a thematic series.

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  • Gridiron
  • 05-28-18

Tale of the Unexpected

I received a free copy from the author and wasn’t sure what to expect.
It’s a story that engaged me from the start and held my attention throughout. Quite suspenseful and a good pace, no problems with the narrator and overall a very enjoyable listen.
I very rarely buy books of this length but would be interested in a book of this type of short stories.

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  • Veronika
  • 05-28-18

A story with great potential that will stay with you

Short stories are very hard to write well, with limited room for character development and a need to finely balance the amount of descriptive content with the action. They require a great idea, and perfect execution.
The People is based on a brilliant idea for a thrilling tale, so definitely meets the first requirement. As for execution, while it’s written well, I felt the story’s rhythm could have been done differently to make the most of this great idea and bring it up to its full potential: less description of surroundings and more of the leading character at the beginning, or better still: turning the entire story around and starting with its end.
Setting out by describing the details of this puzzling investigation (including all supernatural aspects) and later gradually exploring the story of the victim’s last day would have turned the suspense and thrill up a notch and given room for all the descriptive detail, which, put into the beginning of the story felt a bit pointless and overdone, I think it would have made much more sense the other way around.
The rather brief description of the investigation following the revelation of the mystery was a bit of wasted potential.
I’ve noticed some interesting word choices throughout the story; the style of writing was a bit like an essay or school paper, which is not necessarily a bad thing, maybe a bit sterile for a thriller for my taste.
The narrator has great potential, even though he had a few mispronunciations and his punctuation was quite monotone. Thrillers certainly benefit from stronger voice acting, although the lack of dialogue makes this difficult.
Overall a good short story that will stay with the reader, worth spending an hour on it.

*Disclaimer: I have received a free copy of this audiobook in return for an honest and fair review.

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  • Mr. R. Davies
  • 05-09-18

An eerie and memorable tale.

Spooky tale of karma unexpectedly catching up to you. Nicely written, but the narrator is a little monotonous. It is otherwise well read.

I enjoyed the absence of violence and gore, which is prevalent in this genre.

I would recommend this story to fans of Stephen King.

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  • H. Fosdike
  • 05-02-18

Spooky Short Story

The People makes for an intriguing listen as Kendall Harrison sees a number of ghostly apparitions in quick succession. To say much more would be to ruin this spooky short story, which utilises a number of interesting ideas to keep you listening! I have to admit that I had a number of questions after the first few minutes and by creating these queries early on, you’ll definitely be hooked by the end. Unlike many shorts, this one does give you all the answers at the story's conclusion and I’d certainly be up for listening to the next tales in the series. It’s written well and certainly doesn’t outstay it’s welcome! If anything, I would have preferred the story to go on a little bit longer to eke out the mystery; perhaps that is something the author will explore in future.

The narration is perfect for the story type and although there’s a slight hissing sound to the audio, it actually enhances this particular tale, adding to the atmosphere. Highly recommended if you’re looking for something to enjoy over a lazy hour.

Full disclosure: I received a copy of this tale at no cost in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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  • Victoria Elizabeth
  • 04-29-18

Great short story

Grabbed me straight away and read in one sitting as it's only 50 mins and had a style of writing that easily draws you in. I quickly felt the atmosphere being created, felt the tension - the hairs on your arms, cold on the back of your neck and shiver for no apparent reason feeling!
It's a supernatural tale, with a lesson to the human race sitting behind it. I won't say any more about the content as it will spoil the story but it's certainly worth getting for a short and easy listen, if you like creepy tales.
I enjoyed the writing style and will certainly look out for more by this author.



*I received a copy of this story at no cost in return for a fair and honest review.