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Haunted Liverpool 18

Narrated by: Nigel Peever
Series: Haunted Liverpool Series, Book 18
Length: 9 hrs and 18 mins
4.9 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Summary

Welcome to Haunted Liverpool 18 - an amazing book that leaves other works on the supernatural light years behind. Once again, that master of mystery and the supernatural, Tom Slemen, takes us on a tour of the Liverpool nobody knows; a Haunted Liverpool in which you will be confronted with such creatures as the child vampire Amelia, who haunts a house in Norris Green, and the Werewolf of Abercromby Square which terrorized two security guards...

©2016 Tom Slemen (P)2017 Tom Slemen

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Great read

Another great book by tom slemen full of all kinds of weird and scary stories. Kept me entertained for hours would recommend. Can't wait for the next audiobook made available

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Great

A fabulous collection of creepy stories and chilling tales. The narrator provides convincing authority to suggest the truth behind the tales.

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Amazing

This book is brilliant scared the shit out of me the stories have come to life really enjoyable to sit there and chill

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  • Admiralu
  • 10-09-18

Strange & Unusual Tales Found Nowhere Else

This is another fascinating entry in the Haunted Liverpool series. There are more stories to delight, terrify and baffle you. Tom Slemen's extensive research brings more great tales you won't find anywhere else. Masterfully told as in his other volumes, it will leave you wanting more. I read this book using immersion reading, while listening to the audiobook. Nigel Peever's wonderful narration and the cool special effects make this a treat to listen to. Enjoy and be sure to check his other Haunted Liverpool titles and the Tales of the Weird.

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 25-02-20

Good Collection of Haunting Tales

This was the second Haunted Liverpool book I have listened to and really enjoyed this one a lot more than the other. I think it must have just taken me one book to fully embrace the style Slemen uses in his story telling. Slemen is able to craft some really great stories and they are a lot of fun to listen to. The stories span a wide range of haunted topics, as well as time periods, which makes for a great variety when listening to such a large collection of stories. Overall I would say each story was four or five stars, rounded up to five, didn’t come across any that I didn’t like. I'm a big fan of Nigel Peever’s full production and am at the point I will listen to anything he narrates just so I can sit back and listen to his excellent narration. As often with Peever’s narration, his many voices makes me think there is more than one narrator and I really enjoy everything that he puts into the different accents, voices, and tones. All the extra sound effects added to the story make it a wonderful listen that is a must to experience. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • Dragon Fire
  • 08-05-20

good sequel

Excellent storytelling and interesting read and factual too good narration as well too. Thank you

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-03-20

Fun Ghost Stories

The stories themselves are simple but we'll written. The narrator is what makes this listen

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  • Carolyn
  • 22-10-19

Haunted Liverpool 18

This is the first in this series that I have listened to and I loved it. The stories were fun and unusual. The narrator was wonderful, he did different voices very well, At time the special effects were just a bit louder than I liked but over all they added to the atmosphere and were just right.

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  • M. Barnard
  • 21-04-17

An Awful Narration

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Obviously attempting an "atmospheric" read, the narrator's voice plays as muddled and occasionally indistinct in places. Detracts severely from enjoyment of the material.

What didn’t you like about Nigel Peever’s performance?

A more straightforward narration with less attempt at atmospheric trimmings would have been easier to follow without feeling exhausted from the simple act of listening for a protracted time.

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