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The Hungry Season

By: Amanda M. Lyons, Amanda Lyons
Narrated by: Chris Koprowski
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These three stories come with a breath of cold and a sort of longing, the sort of thing that consumes someone if they let it. "Wendy Won't Go" is the story of a family whose loss threatens to consume them all, "Love like Blood" is a story about the limits one will reach before love is gone, and "Cold Comfort" is about the bitterness that devours us within before it goes on to consume everything around us.

©2019 Amanda M Lyons (P)2020 Amanda M Lyons

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Vivid poetic gore draped over deep loss

Beautiful stories with gorgeous prose describing both deeply sad emotions and wet, welcoming gore. Amanda Lyons is a new favorite.

I found the audiobook layout confusing, and wasn’t sure when one story began and another started. Part of that was chapter titling and part was a narration that stayed at a constant dynamic throughout. I like the narrator very much - his steady, warm voice would be an asset to many horror tales. I think I might have liked a little more dynamic, poetic read for this work, though. I would have liked a little more theater or poetry-reading energy. Still, I would ask out work by him again, and the overall production was outstanding.