• The Tricker-Treater and Other Stories

  • By: Briana Morgan
  • Narrated by: Karly Hutchins
  • Length: 2 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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The Tricker-Treater and Other Stories

By: Briana Morgan
Narrated by: Karly Hutchins
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Publisher's Summary

The Tricker-Treater is gonna stop by your house tonight. You gotta meet with him and do what he says, or else.

A woman agrees to take part in a creature's sick game to save the child she loves. 

A girl and her mother move into a nightmare house. 

Two brothers embark on a high-seas treasure hunt.

In this haunting collection, Briana Morgan shares stories of love, loss, and horrors - both real and imagined.

©2020 Briana Morgan (P)2021 Briana Morgan

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loved it!

it is a great, quick audio book! great for anyone that loves horror tales. I especially enjoyed "The hanging of Constance Evans" and loved the end of that story!

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Excellent collection

Sped through this collection of eight engaging short horror stories in one sitting. Each story is unique and interesting, not a bad one in the bunch. Will definitely be checking out other stories by Briana Morgan. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

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A short and creepy collection

I'm going to start out this review by saying that the cover of this is absolutely stunning. Haunting and captivating and definitely fitting for the genre. I'm not a big horror reader, but I've enjoyed some of Morgan's other work and seeing that this had such a great cover just drew me in even more.

Now let's get to the stories. In any collection like this, you're going to have some stories that stand out more than others and some that work better than others. Overall, the author's writing is solid. "The Job" and "Moratorium" were probably my favorites in this collection. I also really liked certain elements of "Charity" and "The Tricker-Treater," although there were other elements that didn't work as well for me. None of the stories felt particularly scary to me, but again, I'm not much of a horror reader, and I don't scare easily.

I listened to this on audiobook and I had mixed feelings about the narrator. My first impression was that her voice was almost a little robotic. I got used to it after a while, but it still felt kind of flat and off to me. That's maybe just a personal preference. I did especially like the narration of "The Job" though. There are parts of a Christmas song that the narrator actually sings in that story, and it was really haunting and added some creepy vibes to the story.

Overall I'd probably give this a 3.5, rounding up to 4. Some stories were more a solid 4 and others were lower for me, but this is a nice collection of stories that could serve as a good introduction to Morgan's other work, if you're just looking for a quick read.