Hell, Texas

  • by Tim Miller
  • Narrated by Sarah Jackson
  • 3 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Four Hispanic college students drive through South Texas on a summer road trip. In the middle of nowhere they are stopped by a small town sheriff who accuses them of being illegal immigrants. Little do they know, he is no sheriff and the town he delivers them to is unlike anything else. The town is hidden in the hills and mountains of Southwest Texas.
There, the townspeople live by their own rules. When the sheriff brings the group to town, the residents are more than happy to explore the depths of human suffering. Each of them goes through their own personal hell as they are subjected to some of the most horrific experiences they never knew existed. They learn quickly they have arrived in Hell, Texas.


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Customer Reviews

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Audio is horrible

Content was ok but the audio is horrible. Must have been recorded in the narrators house as you could here a tv in the back ground. I even identified a baseball game. Also there are errors in the editing where the story repeated itself.
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- Joshua Wade

Great Story

I really loved this books, for a short story it had some really interesting turns but the narrator kept fumbling with her words and whats with that radio? I could hear that radio blaring through the whole book. But it doesn't matter, 5/5.
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- Veli

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-06-2015
  • Publisher: GutWrench Productions