In the morning, Bram finds the bones of a murdered child. At noon, the murdered child begs for his help. And by nightfall, they have killed a man together and set off into the afterlife, where nothing is what it was, and death is only the beginning of punishment. An eerie story about the nature of death and the self, Midnight Picnic inhabits an American landscape made strange and unfamiliar. From the author of the cult novel Fires, Midnight Picnic is a haunting and disturbing experience.
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PAPERCUTS ON THE BRAIN
- Jim "The Impatient"
Like a 5 Hour fever dream, but in a good way!
It had crazy, nuts stuff happening, but never seemed to "jump the shark"
The little kid! He was funny and conflicted. Great job of showing his age.
He's great at making subtle voice changes for each character to differentiate, but not be annoying or distracting
Naw, that aint me, but I bet some people would.
Great listen, only detract points on the story because I am not into supernatural so much, but this was not so focused on that, mostly it just was a contemplation on life, loneliness, death, etc.
- B. M.