George started his day like any other. As he headed to work, the events of the previous night whirled in his head. He had finally had a date with the girl of his dreams and it had gone terribly wrong. Feelings of sadness and anger coursed through his veins. He had no Idea that these emotions would lead to the death of so many.
©2014 Christopher McDonald (P)2014 Christopher McDonald
I haven't read the print version, as this is the kind of story I personally love to have read to me. The narrator did a wonderful job of getting me into all the characters, and she ramped up the chill factor just perfectly as the story progressed.
The first meeting of George and Dr Williams. I felt gripped and intrigued right from the start at the interplay between these two characters.
Without giving too much away, there's a scene where George frightens some people who are trying to bully and intimidate him. I very much enjoyed the way this was presented. But there were lots of other memorable scenes too.
I thought the whole relationship between George and Dr Williams was very moving.... I'll leave other readers to decide whether that was a good thing or not!
Yes, this a very subtle, spooky, intriguing novel. I could almost have imagined someone like Stephen King writing it, though the style is quite unique. I finished reading it several hours ago and I'm still thinking about it. I think both the author and the narrator are very talented and I'll be listening to more from both of them.
This is a short novel about a man being questioned about a murder.As you go on there are twists and turns and it is like a 'Tales from the Crypt' type of story.I loved the creepiness! Jaicie Kilpatrick was ok at narrating.I think a male narrator would have been better.I was gifted this book for an honest review.
"Couldn't Close the Deal"
I received this as a free Audible download in return for an honest review. This is a book that I thought started out strong. It created a real atmosphere, but it kind of lost its way as the story went on. The ending seemed disconnected from the story. The narration was good and fit the story.
I liked the story and found the whole premise really interesting, and scary. The reader was a little slow for me so I turned up the speed and it worked better for my listening fun. Story starts a tad slow and builds to an incredible ending twist. More for the Hichcock type horror fan.
No, this was my first.
The narrator had a nice voice, but needs a bit more practice. Sometimes she did not speak clearly.
It could go either way!
I received a copy of this audio book for free in exchange for an honest review. The story was good, but it needs a good editor. I felt that the language could be a bit more concise. I would definitely listen to, or read more book by this author.
"Great story, creepy, unique, surprising ending"
This book was fun. The Interwies is a story about George, a 20-something typical guy with a few ocd tendencies who is arrested when a girl he is interested in is found murdered. The "interview" part, and the bulk of the story, is George's interaction during his interrogation, with female psychiatrist Dr. Williams. Along the way, details reveal a crazy twisted ending.
I really like Christopher McDonald's stories They are unique and creepy,
I loved Dr. Williams. Creepy soft-spoken voice.
Duplicity. Hapless George is maniulated by sweet Dr. Williams. Or is she manipulated by him?
I received this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review via Audible.
This is a very unusuall shortish (4 hours 20 mins) story , rather in the style and feel of "Tales of the unexpected"
This captured my interest right from the start ,but had no idea where the story would lead, I very much enjoyed the twists in the plot, and felt it had an ending that suited the story.
good interesting characters .
really good narration by Jaicie Kirkpatrick
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