Seed

  • by Ania Ahlborn
  • Narrated by Eric G. Dove
  • 6 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With nothing but the clothes on his back - and something horrific snapping at his heels - Jack Winter fled his rural Georgia home when he was just a boy. Watching the world he knew vanish in a trucker’s rearview mirror, he thought he was leaving an unspeakable nightmare behind forever.
Now, years later, the bright new future he’s built suddenly turns pitch black, as something fiendishly familiar looms dead ahead.
Surviving a violent car crash seems like a miracle for Jack’s family, but Jack knows there’s nothing divine about it. The profound evil he uncovered as a boy has finally found him again. The thing that crouched at his bedside with soulless eyes and grinning, razor-sharp teeth is back with plans for Jack and his angelic youngest daughter, and a chilling promise: I’ve always been here, and I’ll never leave.

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THE DIRTY SOUTH

DO YOU BELIEVE THERE CAN BE A DEVIL, IF THERE'S NO GOD?
I thought I was going to get a good horror story with some good character building. I got the character building, but by the time Ania got around to trying to be scary, I was bored and it was too little tooooo late. Had this been a longer book, I would have quit half way through, but since it was a little over six hours, I stuck it out. I felt like my patience was not rewarded. The story had all the elements to be scary, but was never fully fleshed out. It had potential and Ania can write, it just never got there. I recently gave King five stars for Cujo and I gave five stars to DiLouie for Suffer The Children. Seed needs to be reworked.
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- Jim "The Impatient"

Starts out slow-ends with a BANG

This book really creeps up on the listener. Eric Dove's mild voice puts interest into the story as he details a typical family..some dissent due to not enough money and his band, two sweet little girls an interfering mother-in-law, a husband who can't really remember his youth and a wife who holds it all together.

At about 4 hours we start to get some of the history and as this short audiobook continues even more of the backstory on Jack is divulged.... and then horror comes out.

I listened to it one evening and wished I hadn't.

A good audiobook for fans of Stephen King in his early days.
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- Elle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-17-2012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio