Libertines

  • by Grant Palmquist
  • Narrated by David Winograd
  • 1 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Samantha finds an advertisement in a tawdry magazine that promises to jumpstart her sex life, she can't help but tell her husband about it. All they have to do is pay fifty bucks and listen to a subliminal recording daily, so there's nothing to lose.
Only once they buy it and begin listening to it, they start to change, subtly at first, then dramatically, for they’ve been listening to messages from somewhere else, somewhere other, and those messages will alter their lives…forever.

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Not Horror, not erotica

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN ONE OF OUR DUNGEONS?
This book attempts to be an erotica and a horror story. Instead it is a predictable, short of both genre story. The husband in the story purposely shuts down his lust for other women, which leads to his shut down of passion for his wife. She misses the passion they had earlier in their marriage. She hears of a way through listening to subliminal messages, they can get the passion back. He is hesitant, because he does not want to spend $50. Sounds to me like she would be better off, having an affair. At first it works, but off course it accelerates and they lose control. Honestly, you can write this story yourself.

Narrator
The narrator has a unique voice and does well.

My Campaign
This has nothing to do with the review. I am starting a campaign to get horror it's own category with it's own subs. Right now if you want to find all the apocalyptic novels, you must browse through Sci-fi/Contemporary, Fiction/Horror and Mystery Thrillers/Suspense. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to go to Horror/Apocalyptic to find all the end of the world or Zombie books available? Other subs could be extreme horror, shorts and anthologies, mad scientists, western, classic, and paranormal. If you agree please contact audible and include this plea at the end of your reviews. Thanks.
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- Jim "The Impatient"

Libeetine

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

While it was not a great book in my opinion,any book is time well spent.


What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The main character and his wife find a solution for their marital issues.LEAST,the graphic images painted near the end.


What about David Winograd’s performance did you like?

Mr Winograd is always the perfect voice for whatever he is narrating.


Was Libertines worth the listening time?

eh


Any additional comments?

I actually listened to the audio edition of this story.I was intrigued in the beginning.It was a rather fresh idea as far as a horror story.I enjoyed David Winograd as narrator,as I usually do.His voice was perfect for this book

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- Deedra

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-21-2014
  • Publisher: Grant Palmquist