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Publisher's Summary

Ignoring her friend's warnings about The Coachman, a killer coachman from the 18th century, Jane heads for the street, hoping for a passionate night with Hank.

When she encounters The Coachman, he was nothing like she expected. Charming, polite, and captivating, she loses all self-control and gives in to his every demand.

©2018 B. Pheasant (P)2018 B. Pheasant

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The Coachman

The coachman is a really scary dude and although scary as he is, these 2 women are attracted to his evil ways. Ladies, be aware of the coachman !!!

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Can you resist?

What made the experience of listening to The Coachman the most enjoyable?

Knowing that it was a short story, I was curious to see how all of this was going to be unraveled in such a short amount of time!

What did you like best about this story?

Well, it's one of those love/hate moments. [spoiler alert!] At the end, when Sharon might succumb to the same temptations, I thought, "Oh no!"

Which scene was your favorite?

I can't deny it: the maggots and flesh-eating beetles were my favorites. Yuck.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The dare of the coachman to "settle" for normal or go for the unexpected. It really made you think: what would you do?

Any additional comments?

I loved that this was a short story. I think it was 22 minutes which is perfect for a commute, a trip on the train, or a walk in the woods with your dog. I personally chose the dog route and I took a few different paths along the way because I didn't want to get home before it was over!

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Awesomeness

I loved this book as all the other books,
scary and a lot of detail! Characters feel real:)

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Chilling!!!

If you love horror stories this book is for you!
Delightfully creepy!
Bianca takes you on a spooky ride you don’t want to ever get off of!

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Good Start to a Story

I was given this audible book free for a review. That said I thought this story was a started well but ended to quickly. I do not belive this ebook was more then 20 min all total.

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Nice and scary!

Beware of the Coachman! Intriguing story and very suspenseful. The narrator also did a good job.

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  • norman
  • burlington, nc, United States
  • 04-13-18

Suspenseful Ghost Story

A good, short, suspenseful ghost story. Perfect entertainment for a short commute. The narrator did an excellent job.
A voluntary review of a free audio.

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Though terrifying, you can't help but be seduced.

Would you listen to The Coachman again? Why?

Absolutely. Though short, it quickly immerses the listener into the story.

What did you like best about this story?

The descriptions were vivid, leaving me with clear imagery in my mind. With little effort on my side, I could imagine each aspect of what was happening.

Which character – as performed by Ben Hauck – was your favorite?

Most definitely the Coachman himself.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

There was one part in particular which caused me to be like 'Wait, what?'. I had to mull it over because of what happened.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed the conclusion. It was the type of story where you can kind of predict something bad is going to happen very quickly, yet the story telling kept you interested.

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  • Sharon Featherston
  • 04-08-18

Creepy

Loved this short but full of horror book. The narrator is brilliant and gives it a very eerie voice. It really does the matter which year it is of even which century....never take a ride with a stranger