Scary Dead Things : The Tome of Bill

  • by Rick Gualtieri
  • Narrated by Christopher John Fetherolf
  • Series: The Tome of Bill
  • 7 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There are reasons we fear the night. He still isn't one of them. Bill Ryder, the trash-talking undead geek from Bill the Vampire, is back and about to find himself in a whole new world of side-splitting insanity.
One of the most powerful vampires on the planet has given Bill a death sentence. Meanwhile, an immortal princess wants him for an entirely different purpose, one which makes his first issue seem almost preferable. All the while, new and powerful forces have begun to emerge from the shadows around him. Are they friend or foe? Knowing his luck, do you even have to ask?
Bill's only hope is to marshal his friends, master his powers, and somehow prove that he's the scariest dead thing of them all.


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What the FRAK is going on, people???

I can't stand it! How completely isolated from LIFE do you have to be to NOT know how to pronounce "denizen" and "voila"? Den-ZEE-en and VEE-oh-la??? WTF? And it's not just this one narrator - I've come across this crap in at least *3* other audiobooks! Helloooo? It doesn't appear to be an issue with the text, cuz I've checked the Kindle vers. It CAN'T be the narrator himself - there HAS to be a producer, quality checker, someTHING, right? Holy CRAP, people!

If nothing else, it's an absolute INSULT to the author(s).
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- Chuck

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If you could sum up Scary Dead Things in three words, what would they be?

Funny, light-hearted, silly.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Scary Dead Things?

That Bill could not convince his friends he had sex in China. It was one of the funnier parts of the book.

Which character – as performed by Christopher John Fetherolf – was your favorite?

Bill is the best character and I like the voice as it reminds me of Paul Giamatti in a good way. He is self-depreciating and crass. Kind of like if Charlie Brown and Howard Stern had a son and turned him into a vampire.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

No. it is a fun, light read and isn't designed to be particulary movig. It is the literary equivalent of eating a twinky light, tasty but no substance to speak of.

Any additional comments?

If you like the first book you will like this one. If you did not like the first book or were on the fence you will feel the same after this book.

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- Cliff "I like scifi and urban fantasy. I don't like romance novels. If you are the same my reviews should help."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-06-2013
  • Publisher: Rick Gualtieri