Harm's Way

  • by Marc Richard
  • Narrated by David S. Dear
  • 5 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A pack of teens. A cabin in the woods. And a killer with a love for slapstick.
The junkie. The goth girl. The redneck. The nerd. The gangsta. The gay kid. The jock. The twins who can't even tell themselves apart. A loveable cast of walking clichés, out for a week in a cabin in the middle of nowhere. What could possibly happen? Murder, that's what! Who left that dead girl skewered on the porch, anyway? All are suspect, as the slayings become more and more ridiculous. Hell of a way to spend a vacation. Will they find out who the killer is in time to stop this madness, or will this mean the end for all?
Harm's Way is a horror comedy originally penned by Sam Raimi's twin brother, Aaron Elvis Raimi, who died at birth. It reeks of classics like Evil Dead, Silent Night Deadly Night, and Student Bodies. Can a psychopath really fit in an outhouse hole? Can you re-capitate someone with a welder's torch? Will everyone really see your dirty pillows? The answers to those age-old questions are here.

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Awesome Horror

Teens at a cabin in the woods. Such a hokey premise. Once I started listening I was hooked. The concept is the same as all 80's slasher flicks, someone is picking the kids off one by one for no reason. The real hook is the creative deaths. If you enjoy your 80's slashers, give it a try. We'll worth the money.
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- Justin Tyler

A great new voice in comedy and horror

Would you listen to Harm's Way again? Why?

Absolutely. David S. Dear did a great job with the narration. He hit all the right notes and made the characters believable. And given that their were a number of main characters, I was never confused as to who was speaking.


What did you like best about this story?

I especially liked the way Marc Richard walked the fine line between comedy and weird horror. This was an original book that took an old premise and turned it on its head. The humor was reminiscent of Vonnegut, South Park and Hunter S. Thompson. The horror was gruesome in a way that horror hounds will love. The characters are first rate and they all feel like real people.


Have you listened to any of David S. Dear’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is my first.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It certainly made me laugh, from the first chapter.


Any additional comments?

If you want something new and fresh, and who doesn't?, then check this one out!

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- Michael T.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-23-2016
  • Publisher: Marc Richard