Whispering Corridors

  • by Ambrose Ibsen
  • Narrated by Joe Hempel
  • 5 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There's something in the house on Kenwood Drive, and it only comes out at night...
College students Eric and Lydia are looking for a novel way to spend Halloween. They decide to put together a documentary about the supernatural and take a camcorder into the long-abandoned house on Kenwood Drive. It's said that a vengeful spirit lives there, and Lydia thinks it the perfect location.
Eric, though, has his reservations. Having grown up in the area, he's familiar with the stories of the spirit they call the "Upside-Down Man", and as their trip to the house draws near, his fear begins to mount. According to the rumors, once you go into the house, you bring the Upside-Down Man out with you. And in three days' time, you disappear.
When the two of them begin to see and experience strange things, they launch into a frenzied search for truth, attempting to separate the myth of Kenwood House from the reality. But it turns out that untangling the threads of local legend is more difficult than it appears.
Especially when you've only got three days.


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Whispering Corridors

If you could sum up Whispering Corridors in three words, what would they be?

Just like all scary movies, he goes in....and now they must pay the price. This is a very scary audiobook. Look forward to the next.

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- med c

Good, spooky story

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This was a good story that gave me what I expected - young adults behaving the way they do in horror movies, mysterious deaths, scary tension, a sense that the clock is ticking. Some readers were dissatisfied by the ending, but the only qualm I had about the ending was 'why not upside down'? (anything more about that question here would be a spoiler). I could easily see this play out in a movie, which was what I was looking for when I started listening to the book.

I've listened to Joe Hempel narrations before and I think he does best when the hero character matches his voice and tone; here, it did. I could easily picture our hero the way the author described and consistently with the narrator's tone of voice.

I wouldn't want the story to last any longer than it did; it was a good horror fix and I was interested to see how it would end...

I provided this review in exchange for a complimentary copy of the audiobook from the author, narrator, or publisher.

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- Christine Newton

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-06-2017
  • Publisher: Ambrose Ibsen