Found inside the hidden compartment of a Studebaker, Henry Ward has just stumbled across a very interesting manuscript. Consumed by the daily grind of life, he hopes to find some inspiration. But what he finds instead will lead him into pure madness.
Henry is lead to a book in his neighbors studebaker.He pays for it and it leads to nothing but trouble.Kevin Scollin narrates this twisty tale nicely.I was provided this book by the author, narrator or publisher.
The Book that Doesn't Exist took a turn that I never saw coming, and I don't want to spoil the twist. I found the book well written and the narrator was spot on. It just seemed like the ending/resolution was a little rushed.
At first this story made no sense at all but I kept listening. Reminded me of a book that writes your story before it happens. You think about it and it becomes reality in the book you can't go back and erase something because it's already gone. One thing that got me was to call someone on the phone you had to call the operator so am guessing this story started out way before my time. I enjoyed the story and would love to read more by this author
I received this free for an honest review from the author or narrator.