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The Last Stair into Darkness is a collection of 20 horrifying tales by author Cliff R. Barlow. Contained within are 20 stories to consume your days in fear and enfold your nights in restless nightmares. From a demon hiding under the basement stairs to the most terrifying specter of all, the monster within, Cliff brings a fresh and unique take to the genre that you won't soon forget. Just remember to sleep with the lights on....

©2014 Cliff R. Barlow (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Jessica
  • 30-07-15

I'll definitely listen to this collection again.

Quick and dirty short stories that definitely fill you with a sense of horror. Decent narration, though not the best I've heard. Overall, a great addition to my short horror stories library.

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  • Tracy
  • 18-08-14

Needed a different narrator

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No. The narrator ruined it for me.

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Again...another narrator. She is like listening to a machine. She did not do the stories any justice. The stories were good but the narrator made it just sooo boring that I had a hard time listening.

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