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THE SEASONS LONG FOR EACH OTHER
An interesting look at pain and pleasure. What is one man's pain, may be another man's pleasure and vice versa. A man calls up demons, believing he is going to spend eternity in orgies, but what he gets is the opposite.
SOMEWHERE A BELL WAS RINGING
This is bloody and gory, but do not dismiss it as gore for gore's sake. Some thought went into the writing of this story. It is not a masterpiece, but it is entertaining and you will not sleep through it.
COME TO DADDY
Narrator does a great job.
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Would you listen to The Hellbound Heart again? Why?
Yes. I'm very inspired by Barker's works and the audio for this was beautiful.
What other book might you compare The Hellbound Heart to and why?
120 Days of Sodom and The Story of O. Maybe not in plot, but in meaning. The pushing of boundaries.
Have you listened to any of Jeffrey Kafer’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No, but I hope to now.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes and did.
Any additional comments?
Kafer's life to the Cenobites was perfection. His voice giving the details of the summoning ritual in the beginning gave it deeper meaning.
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A great listen for Hellraiser fans, very well read.
As usual Clive Barker does a good job with this story.
Kafers performance in this book is fantastic. Story is griping and disgusting at the same time.
For those who enjoyed hellraiser, this story won't disappoint, in many ways I preferred it to the movie, with the character of Frank getting more fleshed out and a somewhat extended back story.
Quite short, but doesn't out stay it's welcome
This was a fun read - albeit a tad short. I enjoyed learning what I could about the Cenobites and the Lament Configuration and now I want more.
Of course, if you're looking for Pinhead in particular - this might not be the story for you : )
On a final note; I found the closing lines to be beautifully chosen. Really glad I got this one.
simply amazing Clive Barker truly outdid himself so similar to the film and yet the changes he made for the film are so much better while I prefer the film the book is still amazing