Darkness Unbound : Darkness Unbound

  • by Glenn Porzig
  • Narrated by Brinke Stevens
  • Series: Darkness Unbound
  • 2 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A detective investigating ritualistic murders, a nun whose faith will be challenged, a supernatural killer with an unholy agenda...their souls forever tied together by a dark secret.
The first book in the Darkness Unbound series that has been called an "intense thrill ride" and an "entertaining mix of mystery, pulp and the occult."
Now a thrilling audiobook featuring Scream Queen Brinke Stevens!
Don't miss the other books in the series. Darkness Unbound: Terror of Night (Volume 2) and Darkness Unbound: Shadow of Death (Volume 3)

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Darkness Unbound into the light.

What made the experience of listening to Darkness Unbound the most enjoyable?

It would have been a great read, but was much better as an audiobook with Brinke Stevens performing this word play.


Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Yes, without giving anything away it was a roller coaster ride of who was next on the list of the evil.


What does Brinke Stevens bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Brinke's voice could make reading the phone book a wonderful experience. She brings her wonderful acting skills in to listening to this tome.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Glenn's description and Brinke voice makes me wonder, if this becomes a movie, "will they have enough blood"?


Any additional comments?

Performed by Brinke Stevens and written by Glenn Porzig makes a wonderful combo.

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- Al Kayed

An Intense Thrill Ride

Porzig has created a strong and believable cast of characters with Darkness Unbound: Lady In Black. It starts off a bit slow but then picks up the pace in a big way. For much of the story I thought I had the plot pegged, but then it surprised me. I had chills by the end, and wanted more. The narration by Stevens was at times too expressive (if that's possible) but she did a wonderful job of changing her voice to represent each speaker, tackling even accents and languages with ease. As a team, Porzig and Stevens sent chills down my spine on a few occasions. While there are some repeating words and phrases now and then, overall the story is good and held my attention, which can be hard to do. Recommended for anyone who wants an intense thrill ride with a touch of religion and horror.
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- Kylie Jude

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-29-2015
  • Publisher: Graphic Entertainment