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Publisher's Summary

An ancestral feud takes an unexpected turn when two armed men unexpectedly meet in a dark and lonely place.

SonicMovies are premium audios with strong vocal performances enhanced by music and sound effects to such an extent that they sound like movies - hence, SonicMovies. Presented by Wollcott & Sheridan (WSAPL.com) / SonicMovie.net & K. Anderson Yancy.

©2001 K. Anderson yancy (P)2001 K. Anderson Yancy

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A Shot of Saki

Anything written by Saki needs to be taken with a degree of "open-mindedness". This particular short story is not his absolute best, but definitely worth a listen. The performance was decent. It is a difficult task to add more than just narration to an audio performance and have it come across with the desired intention. If you are in the mood to listen to a short story with a shocking twist at the end, this little piece is perfect for you. If you enjoy Saki, I recommend his stories: Laura and Tobermory.

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what the !$%^&!

terrible narrator all hissy and scratchy. music was an awful choice, overbearing and distracting. too bad saki is fantastic.