A man who's moved to New York City, taking nightly walks through its neighborhoods for inspiration, instead finds only despair, until one night another, "He", finds him and shows him other sides of New York by flashing back and forth through time from the alien pasts through alien futures in a terror-filled journey.
Public Domain (P)2015 K. Anderson Yancy
Creepy story lol but I kind of like it though can't complain. So much
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Love K. Anderson Yancy and his SonicMovies.
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"a monster in the night"
I think it was a decent short story. A great pick if you want to listen to something creepy.. especially so close to halloween. Its basically a story of a man who on one of his night walks has an encounter with someone/something sinister.
I liked the storytelling aspect of it all.
I actually did listen to it in one sitting, since it was short. Again like other books narrated by K.Anderson I would recommend listening to it somewhere quiet so you can get the full breath of the story/background effects. Mostly because real world noise can easily drown out the narrators voice at times - especially when he talks in a lower voice or if the acoustics/sounds from the audio are at times too strong. This is one of those stories where I have a craving to listen to again. Just in case I may have missed something.
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"Creepy Historical Lovecraft Story"
I would, because it was short and creepy and had a pretty good pay off in the same way that many of Lovecraft's stories do.
I liked the narrator, but that's because Lovecraft's stories aren't known for having many characters who aren't the unknown narrator.
At the end when the story comes full circle with the present and the past.
Not really, but it's not the kind of story that I was looking for that from either. It was really entertaining and that's all I wanted from it.
I received the code for this for free in exchange for an honest review. It's a creepy portrayal of a Lovecraftian tale and like the others I've had the pleasure of listening to did a great job of bringing the story to a different more cinematic plane. Recommended for sure.
was as Ok story. The narrator was good. Loved the music and sound effects.
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