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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)
©2014, 2015 Glenn Porzig (P)2015 Glenn Porzig
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 10-08-16

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IF YOU BELIEVE IN GOD AND THE BIBLE, YOU HAVE TO BELIEVE IN DEMONS
I got this on a whim. It is a cliché story with cliché characters. A lot of reviewers have raved about the narrator. I thought she was alright, but I was not that impressed. I guess you have to already be a fan?

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By Rodney C Whitenack on 03-09-16

Porzig and Brinke Stevens Give the Devil His Due!

Porzig’s narrative reads like the pilot to a supernatural cable TV series that combines the investigative odd couple aspect of “The X-Files” and the cops VS demonic possession themes of “Deliver Us from Evil” (2014). The hook is definitely the beautiful and tough Lady in Black herself, Sister Marian, suffering from debilitating guilt for her role in the murder of her own parents.

Stevens’ narration lends just the right voice to Sister Marian, with a mix of vulnerability and toughness, and handles the rest of the cast well too. Brinke’s many years of experience in the horror genre provides the listener with a jolt of nostalgic fun when she embodies the voice of the demon as well.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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