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A short story collection from Andersen Prunty, author of F--kness and Hi I'm a Social Disease . Contains "The Summer of Flies", "Deathtripping in New Orleans", "Durning", "Air Cathedral", "The Nowhere Room", "Black Rosita's Man", and "Rayles".

©2012 Andersen Prunty (P)2014 Andersen Prunty

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 17-02-20

Interesting Mix of Stories

Decent collection of horror story shorts. The first and last story were really solid. Glad it started out and ended on a high note. Wasn't super excited about the stories in between. They weren't bad, they just didn't have the same level of intensity that the others did and seemed to wander around a bit more. I usually enjoy when an author reads their own work, I feel like they have the intimacy with the stories that allow them to really bring each one to life. You can tell that he was able to provide the excitement when it was appropriate, but if felt like he was kinda rushing through it with a monotone voice. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • jmuccelli
  • 16-06-20

Prunty is sick

This is my 3rd Andersen Prunty book,I have never really been into this genre, but I happened to stumble onto this author and he is quite good at thinking up this stuff, some stories are better than others, but over all I would give this set a solid 4....The narrator is the author himself and he does a good job....I received this audiobook free and this is my voluntary unbiased review.

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  • Jason S.
  • 01-06-20

I love this author but...

cannot get past his narration. If he stuck to writing, I could finish it.

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  • timj26
  • 23-10-19

Excellent

Prunty dials back the strange and turns up the horror in these short stories My favourite was summer of flys about people missing in a small town Well narrated by the man himself highly recommended I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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  • Jessica
  • 25-10-15

MONOTONE

The stories were okay - subtle with a decent punch at the end.

I found it nearly impossible to stay engaged while listening because the narration was so monotone. I'm an avid consumer of audiobooks and this is one of the worst narrations I've heard - the lack of inflection or rhythm changes made it almost sound like a droning hum. I'd recommend reading these stories over listening to this narration.

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  • GiggleThis
  • 20-01-15

Eh

The monotone reading made it hard to keep my attention on the stories. The stories were good but would've been more thrilling if it were read differently.