The Scarlet Gospels takes listeners back many years to the early days of two of Barker's most iconic characters in a battle of good and evil as old as time: The long-beleaguered detective Harry D'Amour, investigator of all supernatural, magical, and malevolent crimes, faces off against his formidable and intensely evil rival, Pinhead, the priest of hell. Barker devotees have been waiting for The Scarlet Gospels with baited breath for years, and it's everything they've begged for and more.
Bloody, terrifying, and brilliantly complex, fans and newcomers alike will not be disappointed by the epic, visionary tale that is The Scarlet Gospels. Barker's horror will make your worst nightmares seem like bedtime stories. The Gospels are coming. Are you ready?
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What on earth??
I have listened to over a thousand audio books. Everything from science fiction to WWII biographies. I have chick lit and serious literature. The ONLY thing that made this book even remotely tolerable was John Lee who is a truly hypnotic narrator. Other than some battle with demons, that is the only thing I got out of this book. To make it a 4 or 5 star listen: how about some character development, some highs and lows or build up. This book feels like the story climax from 10 different books was pieced together.
Sure. I've listened to other Clive Barker books and enjoyed them. This one was unexplainable.
Love John Lee. Listening to him is, as I said, hypnotic. Can't say anything bad about his performance
I don't know that I would have cut anything. I probably would have added a ton of connective tissue. That is what this book lacked.
Not much more I can say other than beware. The sample clip sounds pretty good, but that's probably the best part.
It was good but not amazing
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