Forest : The Afterlife Investigations

  • by Ambrose Ibsen
  • Narrated by Joe Hempel
  • Series: The Afterlife Investigations
  • 5 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"You should not have answered its call...."
Professor Stephen Barlow is no longer a skeptic. Having faced the horrors of Chaythe Asylum, he turns his attention to the man responsible for the Third Ward Incident - the enigmatic Dr. Corvine - in the hopes of finding answers to his many questions.
But some things, he soon learns, are better left lost to history.
Traveling to a remote cabin in Michigan in search of the doctor and his research, Stephen finds himself descending deeper into a world of terror and madness. He and his students uncover the frightful truth about Corvine's experiments and realize that they may have unleashed something terrible in their meddling.
Forest is the second novel in the Afterlife Investigations trilogy.
The Afterlife Investigations


Asylum
Forest
The Occupant

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❤️

It took time but I’ve become quite a fan of Ambrose Ibsen. Really enjoyed the first book so I had to snatch this one up. Ibsen is great at the slow build up. A wonderful suspenseful horror series.

Joe Hempel is a favorite of mine. I’ll listen to a book just because he narrates it. Love him!

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
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- Nomi

Interesting Tale

I liked parts of the book and didn't like others. I didn't hate it in any way, it just felt flat at times. The overall story is interesting and I am not opposed to reading Asylum and then The Occupant. It is mostly my own fault for not reading the first book in the series... first. When I got the chance to check out Forest, I failed to notice that it was a part 2 of 3. I am not sure that it would make much of a difference with my review because although it builds on the story started in Asylum, it is it's own book for all intents and purposes. If Asylum and The Occupant read like this one then I think they should have been combined into a larger and faster paced novel. I am not a writer though, I just like to read a lot.

This book was given to me for free at my request for my voluntary and unbiased review.
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- Jason Begly

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-22-2017
  • Publisher: Ambrose Ibsen