Horror Story: Volume III

  • by G.M. Hague
  • Narrated by G.M. Hague
  • 6 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Emerging from the winter storm, it appeared to be a sanctuary, shelter from the freezing blizzard and the ravages of a desperate, final battle. But instead, the beckoning gates of the mysterious abbey are the entrance to a different kind of hell. The frightening shadows and maze of confusing hallways and rooms conceal things much more terrifying than the enemy beyond the walls. Sergeant Muller and his German Army platoon have witnessed countless horrors since the start of the war, but they still don't believe in ghosts or the dead returning from the grave. That's all about to change.


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Customer Reviews

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Pretty good.

This book was pretty good. It is a WWII historical fiction ghost story. A German unit gets stranded in enemy territory and takes shelter at a church. Strange nuns run the place and strange things begin to happen. It was a little slow but enjoyable and the ending was very good. My only problem was the narration, kind of. The author is Australian I believe, and I am so unused to hearing that kind of accent on a horror it threw me a little. The production was good and he added in some creepy music between chapters which was nice. There is a blurb in the beginning explaining he wasn't going to do a German accent because the would be speaking German anyway and his is to be similar to a translation. Overall if you are in to historical fiction go for it. I would listen to his work again. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.
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- Amanda

This book was not exactly what I was expecting

Let me start with the narration. Usually I find that I really don't like it when an author narrates his, or her own work. This could not be further from the truth in this case. I found the narration very professional and well suited for the materials. I felt that the book was just all right, I definitely would not rate it in the horror genre. If you have a interest in World War II you would probably be doing yourself a favor by reading this book. This book was provided to me at no cost or obligation the review is voluntarily provided by me
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- Vickie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-23-2017
  • Publisher: Graeme Hague