Regular price: $6.95
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $6.95
The annual blessing of the fishing fleet is more than a ceremony, it provides God's protection from the demons of the sea. But Captain John Boston has no time for God and holy sanctions. The church has betrayed him, with the local priest refusing to protect his sister from a violent husband, and Boston's wife is seriously ill.
The trawler hasn't had much luck this season and people are whispering that God has indeed turned his gaze from John Boston too, because he didn't accept the priest's traditional blessing. Now the boat is sailing one last time to try and fill its holds with fish. There's more than a mysterious fog, bad weather, and empty nets waiting for them.
The devil has a boat of his own and he's out on the cold ocean, trawling for dead men and their souls.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Spooky Mike on 10-05-17
Great haunted ship story
I like having the author narrate their own stories. This one starts out with his explanation of how this isn't the story of George Clooney on a boat. Which it isn't. Also heard that he has his own studio to record his narration, A little upset I didn't hear frogs or birds in the background.
Nonetheless, the story is great. Haven't heard or watched a good haunted ship story in a while and this one hit the mark. Story is fairly simple but great for a short story. A storm isn't what is coming after these seamen. As always I wish G.M. Hague would make the story longer. Always want to hear more.
G.M. Hague does a great job narrating. Given that he is an Australian author they all take place in Australia. He voices the story perfectly and since this is short I have listened to it a few times. None of his horror stories have to be read in order and I hope you enjoy this author and his stories as much as I do.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Marcus on 11-21-17
Ghosts at Sea!
Volume 4 is just as entertaining as those before it. It follows the usual formula: an individual being haunted by a spirit for their own reasons.
There are plenty of "creepy" moments as you'd expect aboard a ship in the middle of the water in the dead of night. I did like the twist toward the end. It actually had me go back and re-listen to bits to make sure I got it right. I felt for the captain throughout it all, so kudos to GM Hague for making that happen.
Overall, a solid listen with excellent narration from the author.
I received this audiobook free of charge in exchange for an honest review
1 of 1 people found this review helpful