Terror reigns the sky, and there is nowhere left to hide.
Ferocious storms, winged beasts, and falling angels are just some of the dark tales locked within these pages. Discover a world where carnage falls from the sky, and delve into the frenzy of a world gone mad as Heaven opens and all Hell breaks loose.
Eerie River Publishing brings you another round of exceptional horror created by award-winning authors around the world. We dare you to take this journey with us and find out what madness awaits you!
There is no end to the terrors we have in store and there is nowhere left to hide. Get comfy, this is going to be a wild ride.
Full list of authors includes: M. A. Hoyler, Marc Sorondo, Marie McWilliams, McKenzie Richardson, R. L. Meza, Rebecca Gomez Farrell, Sarah Jane Justice, T.M. Brown, Tim Mendees, V. A. Vazquez, Matthew Brady
What listeners say about It Calls from the Sky
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Exelent book, but would love more development.
It was my kind of book, almost. I think any one of the stories would have been wonderful as a full book and not a short story. I listen to a lot of fantasy books and love to get entangled in the story. I know this was a book of short stories, but a bit too short for me. The characters were good. The reader was above average which helped each story.
Some of the stories were a bit predictable, but most had a good twist near the end to add to the listen. I am sure that a writer has a tough job to come up with something unique in there story line to make it theirs and most have done that.
Would I buy the next book with all of that in mind. Yes.
- Jennifer Hatfield
Met my expectations for certain.
I’m looking forward to listening to these stories, written by some really great authors. I’m always curious how different authors interpret and execute the themes for submission calls.
I have to admit this is the first audio book I have taken the time to do a review for and honestly, it's a good challenge for me to try this form of reviewing as well. When I was offered an audible copy from Eerie River, I jumped at the chance to improve my reviewing skills. Thank you Michelle.
First let’s talk about the narrator
T.L. Howell, I think, did a wonderful job reading this book. I think a narrator can make or break a book. Howell was animated when he needed to be, there wasn't just a dull monotone. Some of the stories, he even produced a different voice for each character. I enjoy an audio book more when there is a bit of a variance in the voice, the characters seem more real and I get into the book more. He did a nice job with this.
This particular book, I am calling attention to more than three stories. I feel like I should because of not being able to “read” all the words to call attention to specifics. These 5 stood out for me.
Follow You Into The Dark by Christopher Bond
My favorite line was something Darlene said…”Who needs a telescope?”
Thorn In My Side by Chris Hewitt
One of my favorite lines was “Code 69 had only one meaning… coffee… code 22.”
The Day The Angels Fell by McKenzie Richardson
Love this story. I enjoyed the placement and wording of “He knew he was hunting him.”
On A Wing and A Prayer by Tim Mendees
I really enjoyed this story. This line really grabbed me. “Sometimes Mike thought he would be better poking his arm out of the cockpit and firing his trusty service revolver.”
Raindance by Kimberly Rei
Awesome story that I enjoyed very much.
“One door was crisp and clean while the other played a continuous role in her nightmares.”
This dark fantasy anthology definitely held true to the classification of dark and it is a great compilation of short stories written by a group of talented authors. After hearing these stories, I have to decide, am I afraid to look up into the clouds now; just in case...or do I need to always keep an eye up to be prepared; you know just in case.
Definitely a 5 star book and worth the time.