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Sinister Sentiments

A Horror Story Collection
By: K.C. Finn
Narrated by: Paul Burt
Length: 4 hrs and 43 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Ten sinister tales to delight the darkest of minds.

Psychological, speculative, and truly thrilling, Sinister Sentiments brings together the best horror and thriller works of K.C. Finn, contributor to the best-selling horror collection Dark Light Four. This edition contains stories from the realms of steampunk, post-apocalyptic, historical, and contemporary horror, plus two exclusive sneak previews of full-length works due for release in 2015.

Whilst there is no explicit content, this volume does contain gore and disturbing situations which may not be suitable for listeners under the age of 14. Parental discretion is advised.

Contemporary Horror:

"The Maybe Man"

"Being Frank"

"The Demon’s in the Details"

"The Damned Bus"

Historical Horror:

"The Ghost of a Melody"

"The Glassman’s Promise"

"The S Word"

Steampunk Horror:

"Weather Vain"

"Galileo’s Mistake"

"The Bleeding of the Thief"

Post-Apocalyptic Horror:

"Delilah’s Birth"

"The Day the World Ended"

©2014 Kimberley Finn (P)2019 Kimberley Finn

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Great scary stories for a road trip!

I listed to this audiobook during a road trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. At one point, I skipped a rest stop just so I can hear the end of an engaging story!

Also the narrator does a great job! He really draws you in.

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Imaginative, varied, creepy

The narrator made these stories come to life. He had a wonderful range of distinct voices and accents that each added to the dark mood of each of the stories. (One gripe: I wished that he wouldn't pronounce "horror" with just one syllable!) Speaking of the stories, they were interesting snippets that explored different dark themes, and they weren't so much scary as weird and maybe also macabre.

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A very fun horror collection

**I received a code for this audiobook for free, in exchange for my own honest review**

This was a very fun horror story collection. Interesting and diverse stories playing with different ideas. I think the first story of the Maybe Man was probably my favourite of the batch.
The Narration by Paul Burt was pretty great. My only complaint is that in some stories, like the Frankenstein one, the Narration can get in the way of enjoying the story; by overly characterizing the Narrator for that First Person POV story. A little toning down in parts would go a long way to changing a 4 star to 5 star for Narrating style.

Would gladly recommend this to people to listen to. However, some people might get turned off before the story begins. That heavily characterizing for the introduction was VERY HEAVY, so please tone that down for future endeavors.

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Scary story will give you goosebumps !!

I love the story. Narrator's voice will give you goose bumps !!
Have to slow down a little - to have a better experience. Otherwise a great story line..

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  • timj26
  • ontario canada
  • 10-03-19

Sinister

Fans of cozy horror will love this
My top picks are
Being frank Frankenstein is looking for work
The damned bus some things are to good to be true
The bleeding of the thief a rescued slave finds himself in a slightly better situation
Delilahs birth a soldier is rebuilt
Excellent narration from Paul Burt he really brings the stories to life
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Sinister and wicked

Sinister Sentiments is an epic book of stories that are wicked and creepy. Each story gets better than the last. The book was expertly narrated by Paul Burt his character voices truly brought out the stories. The book is well written with strong relatable characters. I loved the different stories and the variety of voices. If you like horror this is a book you should not miss.I received this review copy at my request. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review because this book is phenomenal and scary.

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Hit and miss

At my request, I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

Maybe my hopes were too high. Being a horror fanatic and this being a horror collection, I expected most of the stories to be horrific, or at least somewhat scary. What I found, at least in my opinion, was a collection of stories that were more strange than anything. Sort of twilight zone..maybe? Don’t get my wrong, I really enjoyed a few of them, but most of them just left me more confused than anything. A couple of times I had to pause and back up to listen again because I wasn’t exactly sure what was going on. The point seemed lost. The narrator’s voice was pretty distracting too. Maybe I would’ve liked it more if the stories were told in another voice. There seemed to be quite a bit of suspense within a lot of the chapters, but when the much awaited moment came I was sort of let down. I’m still not totally sure what I listened to.