Rhinehoth - Centuries ago, a great castle was built in the mountains of Germany's Black Forest. Its ancient guardians still thrive in its walls, forever protecting its dark secrets, holding captive an enemy that threatens their very existence. Foretold is a story of an ancient warrior that is to return to the castle to free the captive Vampire Prince.
Simon Roberts was a petty thief who fled England to escape Scotland Yard after a series of unsuccessful jewelry store heists. He was recruited to do a job in Germany where he was to simply drive the getaway car while providing a look out. He thought this was going to be an easy job and a way to break into the German crime scene. But things go terribly wrong, and he ended up being the only survivor of the botched heist. Simon is quickly sentenced to a prison called Rhinehoth. This is where Germany sent the worst of the worst, surely not a place for a petty thief such as himself.
Rhinehoth is a great German castle that was converted in the late 1930s to a Stalag for war criminals of World War II. The converted prison's modern day inhabitants are relentlessly tortured, starved, and sleep deprived. This contributes to the prisoners' delusional visions that help hide the truth and keeps Rhinehoth's secrets. Their captors are the army of Werewolves who have survived the centuries off the very flesh and blood of Germany's worst forgotten criminals.
Simon, imprisoned, becomes plagued with visions from his subconscious ancient past with confusion of his modern day consciousness. He discovers through his visions that he is the ancient warrior Guthrie, who has come to free the Vampire Prince and all the captives, while saving the world from a dark plan of biblical proportions that has been orchestrated over the centuries!
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anyone who loves vampires and werewolves
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Loved the sound effects so much!
I loved this audio book so much more than reading the book myself because there were sound effects that were fitting to the mood, and ambiance of the scene. Creepy doors opening, and what not made this similar to old time radio programs. I wish there were more audio books that had this type of bonus with sound effects!
I have not but I would definitely conciser listening to other books he has narrated.
no defiantly not. It's over 10 hours long, I prefer to listen to my audio books while I am driving to and from work as well as making dinner and eating (alone). Was quite entertaining all week as I listened to it.
I rather enjoyed this audio book and the audio effects that were within it. I prefer to listen to audio books instead of music on the radio these days. Not sure if I'm just getting old, or bored with radio (I'm in my 30's). I might have to search the author and narrator for more books to listen to on my drive to and from work, I rather enjoyed this book as well as the performance. Made my commute more enjoyable this week.
- Buneary Thomas