Soulstorm

Narrated by: Chet Williamson
Length: 9 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
3.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Three men are offered a million dollars each if they will spend a month in an isolated Pennsylvania mansion, The Pines. There, they will confront madness, murder, and the ultimate evil so that their billionaire host might find the key to life beyond the grave. But as they learn, dead souls dwell in The Pines. And death is just the beginning.

“Williamson has written a real chiller...an enchanting evocation of evil...crammed with weird insights into a terrifying supernatural intelligence and moments of literally monstrous murder that will make your old nightmares seem tepid and drab.” (Robert Bloch, author of Psycho)

©1986 Chet Willliamson (P)2019 David N. Wilson

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Creative and wicked

Soulstorm reminds me of The Amityville Horror with a side of The Shining. This book gave me the f-ing chills and I loved it. The book is well written with a creative descriptive storyline. I am so impressed by this author's work that I highly recommend this book. The narrator/author did a fantastic job narrating his own book. I received this book at my request and I am voluntarily leaving my honest review here with a bit of warning DO NOT MISS THIS AMAZING READ.

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Classic Haunted House Story with a Twist.

Soulstorm starts as a classic haunted house story, but ends a nice twist and a cliffhanger that could easily lead into another novel (if it hasn't already). I realize character development is not high on the list of priorities for horror novels, but the main character in Soulstorm was well developed and I would like to have seen further development of some of the other key characters.
Narration was excellent. Authors rarely make good narrators, but Chet Williamson proves that he is the exception.

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