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Songs of Dreaming Gods

Narrated by: Daniel Dorse
Length: 5 hrs and 38 mins
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A mysterious house sits on a corner block on a hill in St. John's, Newfoundland, in one of the oldest cities in North America, a nondescript, three-story wooden cube, going slowly to seed. 

When local cops, John Green, Janis Lodge, and Todd Wiggins are sent to investigate a multiple murder on the top floor of the property, they start opening doors and uncovering secrets. But like peeling the layers off an onion, each door opened only leads them deeper into the mystery. 

There are houses like this all over the world, and those who suffer are drawn to them, as John, Janis and Todd have been drawn. 

They have found their way in.

Can they find their way out again? And at what cost?

©2017 William Meikle (P)2017 David N. Wilson

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  • latasha
  • 05-12-19

the dreaming god is singing where he lies...

I listened to the audio book, narrated by Daniel Dorse. i enjoyed his narration very much. This story centers around one of William Meikle's "special houses" were the veil between worlds and dimensions is thin. There is some very good writing here. i love, love, love when i'm reading or listening to a story and bam! there's cosmic horror. it's the best kind of surprises. I liked the characters and for the most part the setting too. There was some parts i found confusing.I did talk to the author about these and he did clear it up. i would definitely read or listen to more by th