Every One's Lethal

  • by Mark Tullius
  • Narrated by Mark Tullius, Don Theye, Dawna Gonzales
  • 2 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Experience chills as you read these stories and more:
An artist whose paintings become reality.
A man who longs to rid himself of an annoying companion.
A child terrified by things that slither and ooze in the night.
A woman who sniffs out killers.
A life coach whose own brand of "therapy" goes way beyond cruel and unusual.
Author Mark Tullius will leave you wondering, "Where does he come up with this stuff?"

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Like Twilight Zone? Love this.

I received a free audiobook copy of this book for an honest review.
I said a little bit about this book in my updates and this is probably going to need spell check but I'll come back for that later.
These stories are 100% worth the read. This is an author with a talent for words and a strong imagination. Some of the stories get to be a bit disturbing, but then isn't good writing any writing that makes you feel something?
I may have overlooked some but here's a break down of stories

The artist : Everything this artist paints goes bad. Why does she even bother going on and on with it? This story had me thinking for a long time afterwards because it has deeper meaning beneath it. 5 stars
split decision- Two men , one body. One wants to kill the other for his freedom. This story is dark and twisted and had me hanging on every word. 5 stars

lethal injection- I saw the twist coming but I still thought it was great. Revenge is a dish best served cold! 5 stars

No ones here- creepy, fun word play with "no one"
4 stars. The disturbing content was too much for me but I have to respect good writing when I see it.
To catch a killer- the policewoman pretending to be a hooker to catch a killer. The shared extra strong sense of smell was a nice touch.5 stars

Hit the lights- I knew what was coming but it was still pretty good. The ending reminded me of a scene from "It" 3 stars

Last embrace- meh. I just wasnt drawn in by this one as much as by others 3 stars

When it rains- this was a cool story but I was never quite sure what the monsters were supposed to look like so it was harder to keep a good picture in my head. Were they like... blobs like swamp thing or what?

Changed man- 5 stars. I loved the narrator on this one! Can I find her anywhere else on audible?

every precious second- be careful what you wish for!

This is a great read for October in celebration of Halloween. Mark Tullius's words paint a crisp picture, and the story lines are strong, interesting, and fast paced.

I sure hope there are more short stories to read by this author! After reading these I am hungry for more.
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- DecemberRain

I did not like the narration so much!

The stories were pretty good, but I was not crazy about the way the director had the narrators reading the stories. They all sounded pretty lethargic like they had had long days and didn't really feel like narrating right now. It had to be the direction because all three narrators sounded the same, and not one of them used individual voices for each character that was speaking during dialogue. They were all straight readings.

The stories were at best 3.5 stars. I rounded up to four because Audible doesn't allow for fractions of stars. I can't really put my finger on what I would do to improve the stories since I am not a writer. They were okay, but I am not driven to read or listen to more of Mark Tullius' stories.
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- Barry Owens "I love to read and working on my first book. Maybe it will be on Audible someday."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-02-2015
  • Publisher: Vincere Press