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Seven bleak stories from Andersen Prunty.
The Screaming Orchard
Cruel Women with Whiplike Smiles
The Smoke of Samuel
Sad Clown, Kentucky
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- Spooky Mike
Good Collection of Bizarre Stories
Out of all the collections of short stories by Anderson Prunty, this was my favorite. These stories are definitely bizarre, but quite enjoyable. They all had a little something different about the story that I really liked.
Not a big fan of Prunty’s narration. He has a very monotone voice which just pushes through the story without providing much energy or excitement. Would be more fitting for text books.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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I loved the stories and characters but the narrator was just not the right person for the job. I received this book at my request and I am voluntarily leaving my honest review here.
- William Cady
I received a review copy of this audiobook.
It’s been a few years since I’ve read or listened to horror, and it’s possible that I’ve just lost my taste for the genre, but my impression is that this collection of stories isn’t so much horrific as it is grotesque. I didn’t feel a mounting sense of dread and it didn’t hit me where I live: it just was an unpleasant series of experiences to ponder.
In the audiobook in particular, the author reads the story with an extremely flat affect that there is no sense of tension.
Another great example of how diverse Andersen prunty can be
Less extreme then some of his work these are more psychological horror
Well narrated by the man himself highly recommended
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review
- Jason S.
I don't turn off books, but I just could not get passed the narration. I couldn't tell if it was supposed to be a tense moment, sad, I mean no context clues verbally.