The Head : The 3 H's

  • by Brian Barr
  • Narrated by Rick Gregory
  • Series: The 3 H's
  • 0 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A woman finds a head in her mother's garden.
Things get weirder when the head talks to her....
The head rolled from the weeds to the tip of her worn pink gardening shoes. Her blood rushed and her feet froze in place, her legs locked like statues.
A million questions poured into her brain at once. Where did this head come from? Why was this head in her mother's garden? Who would drop such a thing in the garden?
Who murdered this man, and where was the rest of his body?
She had to call the police.
She turned and started to walk back to her mother's house.
"Where are you going?"
Elizabeth's heart jumped.
"You're not just going to leave me out here, are you?" the head asked.

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Different!

Crazy story! Part urban legend, part romance, and part horror story. Highly entertaining, and worth every cent. I went into this story expecting a gruesome tale, and wasn't disappointed, but I didn't expect the strange and unusual twists the plot took. The narrator did a great job without detracting from the story, which is great, because it's the first time I've heard from him,but it hopefully won't be the last.
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- erobbins33

Very odd, but hard to put down

This is a very odd story, but it jumps right into it with very little preamble and once started, I found it hard to stop. It's quite silly in concept, but the author puts it all together in such a way that subtley acknowledges that fact while still sticking to it. It felt like an episode of The Twilight Zone

For me, it came apart a bit once we got toward the end and the "explanations" started being served up. It was silly, sure, but what really bugged me is that it didn't seem to make any sort of logical sense. Yes, that explains most of the story, but again, the writing lent itself to that and didn't try to make you feel otherwise. The ending however, seemed as if it was trying to make sense, but the pieces didn't quite fit together.

The narrator did a fine job carrying this tale though. The voice perfectly matched the tone of bemusement in my own mind.

Overall, decent listen if you don't try to make sense of it all and just go for the ride.

I was provided this audiobook free of charge in exchange for my unbiased review.
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- Marcus

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-27-2017
  • Publisher: Brian Barr