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The Storm

Narrated by: Jk Gregg
Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
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Red Springs. A tiny town in Georgia’s northwest corner - 95 percent white. Five percent black. Utterly unprepared for the devastating tornado that rips and smashes through it one dark August day. Sheriff Zandra Seagraves already faced an uphill battle. Elected by a fluke, Red Springs’ first-ever black, female sheriff leads the recovery efforts, despite knowing how much the townspeople - and her own department - loathe her. But Zandra has no idea just how hellish things are about to get. Because one of the relief workers stumbles across a ghastly secret: The tornado tore a long-abandoned house off its foundations, revealing a grisly, recently-used torture dungeon below it.

A monster has been dwelling in Red Springs. Undetected for years. Preying on the unsuspecting populace. His atrocities only brought to light because of the storm. Now, amid the tornado’s wreckage and surrounded by people who want her gone, Zandra has to hunt this monster down before he disappears again. And to do it, she’ll have to peel back all of Red Springs’ dark, corrupted layers. One vile secret at a time.

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story was red like a grocery list or a phone book.

there's a difference between reading a story, reading a novel, performing what's written on the page and stamping out each word as if the reader were pointing to it saying the word then pointed to the next insane the word tap tap tap tap across the page and then sliding back to the beginning of the next line to tap tap tap across the the page again.

the narration is so bad it interferes with the ability to let the story flow. reading a story should allow the reader to Envision the people the places and events as they are created on the Page by the author. but when the reading is so choppy and un rhythmic and hesitant ...it's impossible for the story to flow.

twelve chapters in and it's been a hell of a fight!


Audible. You done Dan Jolley dirty by giving him JK Gregg to read his first audible novel.

frankly her butchering of this book is quite beyond the capacity.


the story itself? I live in the vicinity of the events of the book. names of places and specific events or are very familiar. The story itself has been interesting and there are questions halfway through that I want answered. Nifty Mysteries that I hope to see solved. I want to hear more about it but I don't think it's going to be from this particular narrator. This book will have to be finished the old-fashioned way ... stolen minutes and Pages turning with hopefully no one dancing on the other side of the door.