The Waiting

  • by Joe Hart
  • Narrated by Eric Aschenbrenner
  • 10 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Evan Tormer is haunted.
His life has been shattered by events beyond his control and regret is his constant companion. His wife is gone, lost to an unbeatable cancer. His son has been mentally and physically handicapped by a tragic accident. He's been fired for using company funds in a failed attempt to save his wife's life.
On a whim, Evan accepts an invitation to housesit on a picturesque island in northern Minnesota. At first it seems like the perfect second chance for he and his son to recover and rebuild their life together. But there is something very, very wrong with the house and all that occupies it.
And worst of all, Evan doesn't know if the house is haunted...
Or if it's all in his mind.


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Customer Reviews

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Started Out Promising but Fizzled Out...

The main characters were well rounded and interesting and good suspense in the beginning then it seemed like Hart lost interest in his own book somewhere in the middle... all that character building and suspense goes nowhere then the end is a mess of confusion and ridiculousness. I had to listen to the last couple of hours at least 3 times to "get it" and all I got was a feeling of disappointment and annoyance.
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- Carol "I love to read but don't have much time so, listening to books has become a necessary passion. If I can't read, I'll listen and it makes mundane things like driving long distances and cleaning house bearable."


All I can say is that it is awful. A very limited vocabulary and narrator's pauses are odd. It feels like he picked a topic he knew nothing about and didn't brother to do any research. Found myself rolling my eyes a lot listening to some of the horrible dialogue. I saw 4 stars and thought that meant it was good. I didn't see that it was only 9 ratings.
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- Mark Dulebohn Jr

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2014
  • Publisher: Black Spine Books