The Black Room
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  • 1
    In the Black Room: The Black Room, Book 1 | Luke Smitherd

    In the Black Room: The Black Room, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Luke Smitherd
    • Narrated By Luke Smitherd
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    (19)
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    (19)
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    (19)

    There are hangovers, there are bad hangovers, and then there's waking up inside someone else's head. Bartender Charlie Wilkes is faced with this exact dilemma when he wakes to find himself trapped inside The Black Room: a space consisting of impenetrable darkness and a huge, ethereal screen floating in its center. It is through this screen that Charlie sees the world of Minnie - his unwitting and unwilling host - while he undergoes an out-of-body experience like no other.

    One quarter of a book for full price

    More fool you if you fall for it. I did and won't be purchasing books 2,3 and 4 "in order to get the full story" to quote the author

    Reviewed on 28 May 2016 by Laura (Newbridge, Ireland)
  • 2
    The Woman in the Night: The Black Room, Book 2 | Luke Smitherd

    The Woman in the Night: The Black Room, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By Luke Smitherd
    • Narrated By Luke Smitherd
    Overall
    (8)
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    (8)
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    (8)

    There are hangovers, there are bad hangovers, and then there's waking up inside someone else's head. Bartender Charlie Wilkes is faced with this exact dilemma when he wakes to find himself trapped inside The Black Room, a space consisting of impenetrable darkness and a huge, ethereal screen floating in its center. It is through this screen that Charlie sees the world of Minnie - his unwitting and unwilling host - while he undergoes an out-of-body experience like no other.

    Where the story really gets going
    Reviewed on 03 September 2016 by Alexandra ()
  • 3
    The Other Places: The Black Room Book 3 | Luke Smitherd

    The Other Places: The Black Room Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 58 mins)
    • By Luke Smitherd
    • Narrated By Luke Smitherd
    Overall
    (6)
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    (6)
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    (6)

    There are hangovers, there are bad hangovers, and then there's waking up inside someone else's head. Thirty-something bartender Charlie Wilkes is faced with this exact dilemma when he wakes to find finds himself trapped inside The Black Room; a space consisting of impenetrable darkness and a huge, ethereal screen floating in its center. It is through this screen that he sees the world of his female host, Minnie.

    Each book even better than the last

    Really interesting to see how the characters have adapted to their situation and how their relationship has developed as a result of it. You really fe..Show More »

    Reviewed on 03 September 2016 by Alexandra ()
  • 4
    The End: The Black Room Part Four | Luke Smitherd

    The End: The Black Room Part Four

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Luke Smitherd
    • Narrated By Luke Smitherd
    Overall
    (5)
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    (5)
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    (5)

    There are hangovers, there are bad hangovers, and then there's waking up inside someone else's head. Thirty-something bartender Charlie Wilkes is faced with this dilemma when he wakes to find himself trapped inside The Black Room, a space consisting of impenetrable darkness and a huge, ethereal screen floating in its center. It is through this screen that he sees the world of his female host, Minnie.

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  • 1-4
    In The Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You: The Complete Black Room Story | Luke Smitherd

    In The Darkness, That's Where I'll Know You: The Complete Black Room Story

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Luke Smitherd
    • Narrated By Luke Smitherd
    Overall
    (1238)
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    (1197)
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    (1195)

    There are hangovers, there are bad hangovers, and then there's waking up inside someone else's head. Thirty-something bartender Charlie Wilkes is faced with this dilemma when he wakes up to find himself trapped inside The Black Room - a space consisting of impenetrable darkness and a huge, ethereal screen floating in its center. It is through this screen that he sees the world of his female host, Minnie.

    Highly recommended

    A friend once summed up the quality I like so much in Richard Matheson's writing as "Ordinary people in extraordinary situations." The same applies to..Show More »

    Reviewed on 15 April 2016 by Peter ()