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Sneak Peek of The Claw

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Publisher's Summary

The Claxton Lore and Apparition Warehouse is located on a remote private property in the deep swamps of Louisiana, and overseen by a robot designed by Mr. Claxton, called CLAW. The warehouse is filled with a maze of crates labeled with things like The Beast, Mr. Mason’s Jars, Snap, The Atomic Ants, which are filled with the things of legend, and it is CLAW’s job to make sure the objects don’t get out. But CLAW is a curious robot, and what lay inside these crates just may make their way out and haunt the imaginations of listeners everywhere.

Patrick Carman is the award-winning author of many books for young adults and children. He spent a decade living in Portland, where he worked in advertising, game design, and technology. 

Now, he writes books for kids at Scholastic, HarperCollins, and Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. His best-selling books and series includes The Land of Elyon, Atherton, Elliot’s Park, 39 Clues, Floors, Trackers, Thirteen Days to Midnight, Dark Eden, Pulse, 3:15, and Skeleton Creek. Mr. Carman’s books have been translated into approximately two dozen languages.  

The complete list of narrators is as follows:

Dr. Mike Kennedy, Hunter Peterson, Marlin Ramsey Chan, Shalom Mitchell, Shasha Mitchell, Shiloh Mitchell, Sinead Mitchell, Jordan Maron, David Raygoza, Karen Stauffer, Adam Cardozo, Jon Barnett, Ryan Sander, Isabella Astor, Grace Choi, Jim Stauffer, Cody Lawrence, Elizabeth Lanier 

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This book was amazing and fun for my first read because it’s my first time on audible
Fist redone is because it has amazing and cool detail

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Great series of short stories!

I love this audiobook. It is a go to audiobook for spooky stories with humor.

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Very fun

A very fun story, well read. The right kind of spiky for kiddos. Can't wait for a sequel.

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It was so scary and fun

I loved the way the story was about scary stuff and it was really good

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I love this podcast I think the voice, the story and the sound is great

Listened with my kids, a fun spooky podcast .
I hope they make more episodes soon!

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strange and kind of corny

It was just too weird. Too many sound effects. My kids and I couldn't finish it. We gave it a chance and kept waiting for it to get better but we just couldn't get into it.

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Good concept + performance; poor sound engineering

Music and sound effects swamp out dialog frequently enough to cause terminal annoyance. Fourteen, Fifteen.

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Fun, Spooky Romp

This was a fun spooky tale of a haunted artifact collector who stores his finds in a warehouse called the Claw. The Claw itself is a massive robot with a curios nature. The collector shares stories of some of his artifacts in this delightfully spooky tale. Each one is different. The production and cast are wonderful. Great for the whole family. Very enjoyable.