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A group of close friends gathers at a secluded cabin in the wintry mountains of Colorado for a final holiday hurrah. Instead, it may be their last stand. First a massive blizzard leaves them marooned. Then the more chilling realization: Something is lurking in the woods, watching them, waiting....
Now a weekend of family, friends, and fun has turned into a test of love and loyalty in the face of inhuman horrors. The only hope for those huddled inside is to fight - tooth and nail, bullet and blade - for their lives. Otherwise, they’ll end up like the monsters’ other victims: bright pools of blood on glittering snow, screams lost in the vast mountains.
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By Tams (TTC Books and more) on 03-17-14
This was some scarey shit!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I'd recommend to any horror fans, it was really scarey and suspenseful.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
From start to finish, because it never got predictable or boring.
Which scene was your favorite?
The couple skiing.
Any additional comments?
Twins Ryan and Jane Adler are heading to their family cabin in the Colorado mountains, trying to escape for a few days from life and their parents impending divorce. The cabin had been put up for sale, but Ryan hopes for one last hurrah with his sister and some friends to revel in all the happy memories they had at the cabin, as a family.
But something is lurking in the mountains, hiding in the shadows, and unbeknownst to the twins, someone has gone missing.
The tension in the cabin is stifling. Ryan is enamoured with his sister’s best friend, Lauren. And Jane who was hoping to reconcile with her ex, Ryan’s best friend, is devastated when he shows up with his fiancé in tow. Tempers are flaring and everyone is hyper aware of what’s going on around them. Except for what’s going on right under their noses, outside, in the woods.
A woman goes searching for her husband who never came home, following his trail what she finds just might kill her.
Ryan and Jane are starting to take notice to something that’s just not right in the woods that surround the cabin. As well, two of their guests see shadows outside their bedroom window at night, and hear strange noises. The tension in the house is almost to the breaking point. Snowed in and running out of food and patience, they have to decide to wait out the storm, or try to get back down the mountain.
A couple get into an arguement on the ski slopes, and take a dangerously wrong turn that has deadly consequences.
What the HELL are these things?! When Ryan, Jane and their group of friends attempts to make it down the mountain they are finally confronted with the danger they didn’t fully comprehend they were in. The monsters aren’t hiding anymore, and if they can’t make it back to the safety of the cabin, they are all as good as dead.
Two roommates who work the snow plow are up in the wee hours of the morning, getting coffee and getting ready for work. Let’s just say, the roads shant be plowed today!
I absolutely loved this story! The mystery and suspense at the start with the random side stories of people going missing, then tying those stories into to Ryan and Janes story. The tension building in the cabin all the while they are clueless to what’s happening outside, I was standing on my head screaming, “LOOK OUT THE WINDOW!” and, “ DON’T GO OUT THERE!” Yes, on the edge of my seat from start to finish.
And you never do quite fully recognize the creatures, or monsters or what they truly are. But that is just one more thing that adds to the suspense. And the narrator was fantastic, capturing the perfect voice and shriek for a teenage girl scared out of her mind, watching her friends fall around her.
This is a must read for hard core horror fans. I have a friend that doesn’t do audio, she got a paperback copy and thoroughly enjoyed reading it as well.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Kim Venatries on 07-07-13
A Few Shudders and Too Much Soap
A few moments of terror wrapped in a tiresome junior high school level love triangle. Ultimately falls flat. Would have been better if the story had been more about the creatures and survival and less- way less- about the puerile relationships between a group twenty-somethings on a winter snow boarding vacation. The character development was clumsy and forced. The best parts of the story were the stalking creatures. The performance was just okay. The female voices were not so good. Two and a half stars. Not a total fail but definitely not a win.
12 of 15 people found this review helpful
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By jennifer on 09-01-13
This was a brilliant story just some folks taking a break in the woods in the snow,but they are not alone ,they get trapped and cannot escape the thing that is lurking in the woods,its gory in places too and gripping has you so want them to all get out alive I enjoyed every minute of it just wish it was longer.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By craig on 01-21-14
What disappointed you about The Shuddering?
I found it very hard to like any of the characters. In fact the one character you were clearly meant to not like was the only one that kept me listening. Until i lost the will to live & skipped 3 hours worth of this to listen to the 30 minutes....& then be bored again.
Would you ever listen to anything by Ania Ahlborn again?
How could the performance have been better?
Did the best he could with pretty weak material.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
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