The Netherwell Horror

Narrated by: Hannibal Hills
Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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All towns have secrets. But none like Netherwell Bay....
 

"Sis, I’m in trouble. Real trouble. And I need help."
 

After receiving a worrying message from her estranged brother, Beth Davis sets out to find and help him, ending up in the strange, coastal town of Netherwell Bay.
 

There, she begins to witness terrifying and unexplainable things, and reports of ritualistic murders have the town panicked.
 

A sinister cult soon makes its presence known, and the dark history of Netherwell Bay is unveiled. Beth then finds herself in a race against time to stop a doorway to Hell from opening...permanently.
 

The Netherwell Horror is a Lovecraftian mystery that quickly descends into madness, sickening violence, and chaos. Fans of Silent Hill will love this nightmarish tale, but those of a squeamish disposition need not apply....

©2019 Lee Mountford (P)2020 Lee Mountford

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A True Horror

I totally enjoyed this book about a sister Beth who receives call from her brother Josh and goes to help him in Netherwell Bay. But finds out things she never dreamed of cults, monsters and demons but loves him to try and save him. It has great descriptions that can nauseate you (do not read or listen when eating) especially toward the end. Highly recommend if you enjoy a good demonic horror and his Supernatural Horror Collection!

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Wonderfully gory heartbreaking mess

So first off, the story involves a dog but it survives till the end so Lee gets bonus points for that. Secondly, if you follow his other stories this GREATLY expands his universe and leaves me wanting so, so, SOOOO much more!! This is not a happy book, but that’s what you should expect from Mr Mountford by now. I call his books “GOT but for horror” because NO ONE is safe. My only issue is it’s a slow start, but ends with a bang

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Loved it

What starts off as a small town murder turns into a gory nightmare
Excellent narration from Hannibal as always
A well done and original take on some horror staples highly recommended
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Small Town Mystery

Been a huge fan of Lee Mountford’s horror stories and up until this book, I have loved them all. There wasn’t anything wrong with this story, I just didn’t find it up to the same level of his others. I felt like the book was more of a mystery thriller that had some horror elements to it. I didn’t dislike the story and this isn’t a negative review, I think this just wasn’t as scary as most of his other books.

I enjoyed the mystery of Beth looking for her brother in the small town. Beth’s character was great and I really liked her as a person. She was well developed and personable enough that I became attached to her quite quickly. The setting was quite enjoyable and I really liked to hear about the different inhabitants. Beth researching into the disappearance of her brother and the secrets of the town seemed to really take over the story. I enjoyed those aspects, but they didn’t really leave me on the edge of my seat as I am used to with Mountford stories. It wasn’t until the end that the horror really picked up and once it did it was hard and heavy.

As he does with all of his narration, Hannibal Hills continues to bring the story to life. I love his character voices, especially the demon, and the emotion he puts into the characters. If you want to be taken for a ride on a suspenseful thriller, look no further.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Pretty good!

I'd only recommend this if you enjoy gore because this is GORY!! I enjoy listening to Hannibal Hills a lot. Hm and Lee Mountford seem to work very well together! I swear, Hills has a voice made for horror audiobooks!!

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Riveting

Another great story by Lee and fantastic narrative by Hannibal. Great combo. I am looking forward to their future work.

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It's just gore and shock value

This book relies on gore and not much more. The story is weak and juvenile

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grisly horror

A bit graphic at the end, definitely not for children. Very lovecraftian, there isn't much intrigue or mystery, just unspeakable horrors from beyond the known universe.

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  • 01-29-20

Gory-licious, descriptive horror!

If you like Gory, descriptive horror with otherworldly monsters and conspiracies & cults (oh my!!) you should definitely enjoy this one! For me personally, I prefer a little less gore and yes, I know what you’re thinking... ‘if you don’t like guts and blood why are you reading horror??’ I’m more of a ‘ghost haunting the abandoned mental hospital’ type girl, I tolerate gore to a certain extent but this went just a bit past that extent! So, that’s why I rate this at 3.5 stars, rounded up to four. I was still sucked into the plot and sufficiently creeped out. I love horror books involving cults and entire creepy towns and this was definitely that and more. And, as always, I loved Hannibal Hills’ narration (his voice is made for horror). So, I definitely still consider this a good read. I made the mistake of trying to eat while listening at one point and no joke had to stop... for a lot of people, that’s exactly what they want in a horror read... So, if you’re one of them you’ll love this book! I received a copy of this audiobook from the author in exchange for this honest review.

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Never use this narrator!

The story itself is not bad but the dialog and the narration are god-awful.

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  • 02-10-20

Awful, just awful

Terrible writing with worse narration. Never got beyond the first few chapters. Narrators supposed accent and female voice characterisation were laughable.

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  • deafmick
  • 01-30-20

I like this audio book Lee Mountford & Hannibal Hills make a good team 5 out of 5 for the book and. Hannibal is 100%as all ways

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  • Wayne
  • 01-29-20

Absolutely Amazing.

Since discovering this Author have been listening to all the books. They are all Absolutely Amazing and if you love this genre you will not be disappointed!

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  • sinead
  • 01-20-20

Good

I love lee mountford books, how ever I found my self getting quite bored half way though. Good but not his best.

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  • Jatinder Seehra
  • 01-19-20

Entertaining Horror

Supernatural horror story set in some out of the way seaside town about a sinister satanic cult.

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  • pointlessgods
  • 01-13-20

omg hannibal and mountford a match made in hell

the best horror story ive listened to in the last 3 years absolutely brilliant honestly do not pass up on this hannibal hills perfectly executed lee mountfords story of absolute horror a great story and great narration perfect 10 out of 10