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Twistedly Terrifying Tales from a Twisted Mind

Narrated by: Oren Eastwick
Length: 2 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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A collection of thrillingly gory and violent horror themed short stories, flash fiction, and poems. The perfect scary listen when alone in the dark. This title and the others of the same title/namesake all are violent, gory, and disturbing. Those of sensitive constitution or moral compass should not listen to this title. 

This audiobook and the others in this series were also written sequentially and each following title is a continuation of the previous title's story content. Listening to any title solo may result in confusion and feelings of an incomplete story. The audiobooks should be listened to numerically to receive the full version of each story contained inside.

©2017 Roger Alderman (P)2018 Roger Alderman

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Twisted fun

The title of this book fits like a twisted glove. I love the delicious descriptive language that makes you squirm in your seat. The tales are all well written and twisted to say the least. I highly recommend this book if you love twisted horror stories like me. I received this audio book at my request and I am glad I did. I am voluntarily leaving this review of my own volition.

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Not that terrifying

Sorry, but this weird mix of poetry, short stories and the start to a novella aren't that terrifying and only marginally twisted. A couple of the stories were pretty good, but the poetry wasn't my thing. The narrator does a pretty good job, but nothing exceptional. Be prepared to listen to the subsequent volumes of this collection in order to know how the story ends. I was given the chance to listen to the audiobook and chose to review it.