Swamp Monster Massacre

  • by Hunter Shea
  • Narrated by Michael Ray Davis
  • 3 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The swamp belongs to them. Humans are only prey.
Deep in the overgrown swamps of Florida, where humans rarely dare to enter, lives a race of creatures long thought to be only the stuff of legend. They walk upright but are stronger, taller and more brutal than any man. And when a small boat of tourists, held captive by a fleeing criminal, accidentally kills one of the swamp dwellers’ young, the creatures are filled with a terrifyingly human emotion - a merciless lust for vengeance that will paint the trees red with blood.


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B-horror movie fans rejoice

B-horror movie fans rejoice, Hunter Shea has brought you the ultimate tale of bloody terror! Starts off very quickly with lots of action. We are introduced to Rooster not a very good man at all. He kills a drug lord, in self defense of course, and is now on the run from his minions. Hijacking a tour boat full of as random a cast of colorful characters as if Shea picked them out of a hat. This is not a bad thing, but very reminiscent of my favorite B-horror flicks. Soon shipwrecked in the middle of the Everglades they find out the hard way that they are not alone.

After accidentally killing a furry ape like creature. Our band of hooligans are now in a race to survive the primal revenge of these beasts. Finding that primitive monsters have tricks up their proverbial sleeves.

With an original and engaging writing style that I enjoyed a lot Shea has created a unique and fast tour of the Everglades full of ridiculous violence, very descriptive gore, severed limbs and all. Straight up monster horror through and though. I look forward to more!

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Better Than The Title Implies...Give it A Listen

Where does Swamp Monster Massacre rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I was afraid this might be a really poorly written blood and guts splatter-fest. It was actually pretty entertaining. By no means is this a literary jewel but it entertained and held my interest. There were parts that made me laugh out loud. And the main character is memorable. I wish it was longer.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Michael Ray Davis?

Michael Ray Davis is not a bad narrator. His voice definitely gave depth to the main character. However, there are several instances where he runs over punctuation and paragraph stops. It made it unnecessarily difficult to follow who was thinking/saying what.

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- Kim Venatries "There are few things better than a good story well told!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-13-2013
  • Publisher: Audio Realms Publishing Company