When the Screaming Stops

  • by Brian Lee Tucker
  • Narrated by Denise Nadeau
  • 4 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Her story was like so many other's; a small-town girl buys a bus ticket to the big city to become a famous movie star.
Instead of a film producer with a contract and an endless budget, she instead found a shiftless con artist who intended to make her the next big star of low budget, indie horror - and softcore porn. What she woke up to every day was a life of loneliness, alcohol, and drugs.
And her nightmare didn't end until the screaming stopped.
Based on a true story, When the Screaming Stops is a mind-bending, in-your-face glimpse into the world of indie filmmaking and one woman's determination to conquer her own personal demons no matter what the cost.

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Interesting look into the life of a Scream Queen

Interesting story about a young woman who pursues a career as a horror movie actress and screenwriter. I liked the story the characters were genuine even though I grew a bit unfavorable of the heroine as she rose to fame and her attitude changed. This still worked because it made her character human and with flaws. I thoroughly enjoyed the narration it was very well done and made you feel Jan's character personally. The one thing i struggled with in the story was how Jan was so strong one minute and then voiceless in other parts it was bit confusing. Overall it was a unique storyline and I enjoyed listening to this one. This book was reviewed honestly in exchange for a free copy.
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- MichD

I did not find this book interesting

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I found myself drifting while listening to this book. It didn't pull me in or keep me interested in listening. I didn't even get all the way through because I got bored with it.


What was most disappointing about Brian Lee Tucker’s story?

I didn't find the story as interesting as I expected and the characters weren't appealing to me either.


Have you listened to any of Denise Nadeau’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I thought Denise did a great job narrating this. Even though I didn't care for the book, I had no problem at all with the narrator.


Any additional comments?

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the
author, narrator, or publisher.

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- rhonda walker

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-28-2017
  • Publisher: Brian Lee Tucker