Screamscapes

  • by Evans Light
  • Narrated by Commodore James
  • 7 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

HORROR NOVEL REVIEWS raves: "…A great choice for pretty much any horror reader...fans of Tales from the Crypt, The Twilight Zone, or old-school anthology horror films will feel right at home here. If I were to write a one word review, it would be this: FUN.
Pick it up, boils and ghouls. You won't regret it."
SCREAMSCAPES: TALES OF TERROR is a collection of ten twisted tales designed to delight fans of modern horror. Razor-sharp scares and Tales from the Crypt-style mayhem lurk within these dark stories of possession, obsession, deception and revenge...this is one collection you don't want to miss.
Stories:
Crawlspace
With his wife out of town for the week, Tom is eager to get busy under the covers with his beautiful new lover - but first there's something he has to finish up in...the Crawlspace.
Whatever Possessed You?
A strange encounter and a cryptic message leaves Gerard Faust a changed man. Now a novel he can't remember writing is burning up the sales charts, but is something other than his own talent lurking within?
Arboreatum
A band of westward pioneers - lost, starving, and desperate –stumbles upon an unlikely oasis in the middle of a barren prairie, causing young Micah to wonder if his family has finally found some luck...or does this new Garden of Eden hide a forgotten terror behind a veil of earthly delights?
Curtains for Love
Claire and James move into a beautiful Victorian home together, but she soon discovers her fiancé being seduced by a secret from his past, one thought buried long ago.
The Package
When a world-famous personality discovers there's a way to enlarge his "package" to become the world's biggest, he finds it an opportunity too enormous to resist.
This collection also includes: Gertrude, Black Door, Pay Back, Nose Hears and The Mole People Beneath the City

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Excellent collection of widely varied horror

Would you consider the audio edition of Screamscapes to be better than the print version?

The audiobook was very good, with sound effects and different voices for different stories.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Screamscapes?

The ending of the story about the molle people was excellent, also the ghost story was really good, too.


Which scene was your favorite?

The end of the story about the symbiotic twin sister


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The story about the demon possession was really different. The ending of the curtains story gave me chills, too, the music was perfect. Crawlspace was intense!


Any additional comments?

Overall great book and good production values. Some stories I liked better than others, but all were entertaining and widely varied. Was perfect entertainment for long ride in the car.

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- Jynx242

Yikes

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yes, but the narrator was horrible. I don't understand how he even got the job as a narrator.


Any additional comments?

Horrible narrator!

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- Amy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-26-2013
  • Publisher: Evans Light