The Terrorverse: Slasher Survival School

Narrated by: RK Meier
Length: 1 hr and 15 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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A tale as old as the horror genre itself. Five college students are on their way to old abandoned cabin the woods. What could possibly go wrong?

©2018 Dennis Freeman (P)2018 Dennis Freeman

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Exactly as intended!

Based on the initial description of 5 college students on the way to an abandoned cabin in the woods, I was a little nervous because I am a huge fan of Evil Dead and as soon as I hear that intro, I can't help but compare it.

As it turns out, that is exactly what I was suppose to do, it is not trying to reinvent the horror genre, instead Dennis did a fantastic job of creating his own universe by giving a nod to some of the classics of the genre.

By combining some existing horror ideas, Dennis has been able to create his own story while paying tribute to the stories that have brought us to this point.

I am hoping this is an entry point for an ongoing universe.

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MIB meets Supernatural - in an episode format

initially, the format was a bit jarring because I did not understand what the author was trying to accomplish - Fair warning, I did not read any prior review or front \ back cover information for this book. so it could be my own fault.

I enjoyed the writing format, and the references. The action was relatively well-paced, and writing was simplistic enough to be able to follow along easily.

it is worth a listen, and I would be interested in listening to further examples.

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A very enjoyable journey

I adsolutely loved listening to this not expevting the many twists Dennis threw into the tale. I look forward to many more!

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F***ing Catchy

I wasn’t sure at first where this was heading, but I like where it lead. I look forward to listening to more from this, hopefully unending, series. Great job Dennis! Worth every star!

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Great intro to the terrorverse

I can’t wait for more stories that take place in this universe created by Dennis. The humor was great and I didn’t expect the ending I got but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Nothing Redeeming

I normally would never spend a credit on this short a book, but after seeing the author on various pages/groups on Facebook whining and begging because nobody was buying his stuff several months ago, I decided to to throw him a pity credit. I just finally sat down to listen today, and made it maybe 5 minutes before stopping. Nothing about this is good. The narrator is terrible, the characters are boring, and you can just feel the author's try-hard-ness flowing through. I'm not even going to return this for a credit refund. I will let it sit, stinking up my library, as a reminder to trust my instincts.

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Great start to a promising new creepy world.

Went thru this fairly quickly and was immediately immersed into this classic teen horror story. The twist was unseen to say the least, and I'm wanting to see more of this Men in Black meets Scream kind of universe.
Well done, Mr. Freeman.

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My very first audible book I’ve listened to

Very good listen, I like when things start right up and get going. RK did awesome with the different voices. Was driving as I listened and the first time he spoke as a female I almost spilled my pop. Story moved right along. Character dialogue was hilarious.

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Well, color me surprised!

I got this book from the man himself, Dennis Freeman, who've I've gotten to know a bit through our shared love of another authors books. The first letter in said author's name is R... obert Bevan. I gratefully accepted this gift and promised an honest review in return. It was not what I expected. It was way beyond that... in a good way.

This short story left me wanting more. It's as simple as that. The references to know Horror Icons and in my opinion Robert Bevan's effed-up universe of Caverns and Creatures was delightfully inserted into this way too short story. I'm going to utilize my (probably non-existent) influence over Dennis and urge him to keep 'em coming in the Terrorverse and even stretch them into full fledged novels with short stories skillfully woven in among them.

The narrator did an ok job, though I had to speed him up to 1,15 to make it better for my taste.

You don't have to be an aficionado of teenage-cabin-horror movies to love this book. I'm a walking proof of that. Highly Recommended!

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The Terrorverse is Here

The story starts off with all of the familiarity of the classic horror genre but evolves into something much bigger and interesting. Great writing and humor that flows as naturally as the blood of horny teens in a cabin. I look forward to more stories from the Terrorverse universe with well earned anticipation.