The blurred lines between reality, imagination and the ethereal can be very fine. These six short stories test the limits. A disturbing letter, an extreme phobia, a calculating psychopath, a woodland hunt, a lonely hotel, and a search for family all feature in this dark compilation.
©2014 Paul S Huggins (P)2015 Paul S Huggins
Yes I would and I did. The writing was wonderful and the narrator breathed life into the words.
All of it was something else.
Too many to think of.
it was all good.
I am looking for more of these people's works. I really enjoyed it, but I wouldn't hear it in bed or just before going to bed....
The narrator was superb. The writing was very creative.
All of it. Very 'real'.
This was David Ayers best to date.
It was compelling. It drew me in like nothing I have ever known.
"Conjures Memories of The Twilight Zone"
No. I'd read the book, but not listen again. The stories are interesting and creepy (in a good way), but the technical quality of the narration is lacking.
Perhaps paid a little closer attention to the words (at times it seemed he was stumbling over passages), and paid a lot more attention to the technical aspects of production. A great deal of mouth noises, clicks, pops, external noises (perhaps a passing vehicle, or the narrator bumped the mic stand a few times), and the audio seemed overly filtered (too much compression/gating)
The stories are well written and original. I enjoyed the story aspect of this audiobook, and even, for the most part, the acting. David Ayers has talent, a tad raw but I look forward to his future in the business. I'd like to see Mr. Ayers obtain some technical skills for production, or maybe outsource this part of the production.
The stories took too long to get to and the storytelling was dull the stories were duller yet.
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