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Every now and then I listen to a horror story and think wow that was really messed up. This is one of those stories. It isn't really scary, just bizarre and disturbing. Bizarre like David Lynch's Eraserhead, and disturbing like something out of the mind of Rob Zombie.
The first trick 'r treat scene was my favorite. Loved the lines "Her mouth was stuck in a smile. A big red painted smile that covered her face." The whole scene was fantastic and in my mind made the book.
Rick did a great job. His voice lends to the disturbing nature of the story.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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I may have have given this one a pass based on the title, if I hadn’t already been familiar with and enjoyed Mark Matthews work.
I couldn’t resist, however when I was given an opportunity for a review copy of the audiobook from narrator Rick Gregory whose work I have also enjoyed in the past.
Glad I gave it a go because it was good. Really good. And not what I thought it was going to be at all.
I had no idea what to expect from this short tale. Rick nailed the narration as usual and it must have been an interesting one work with because the story was just flat out nuts.
Daddy in a baggie, buried egg napkins, Jesus Jewjewbes and the wafer golem.
How can you resist all that?
Strange and bleak with some heavy dark undercurrents woven throughout and a few pleasant surprises thrown in as well. Very nicely done. A soild 4.5 Amazon Stars and Highly Recommended.
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