Perfect Little Town

  • by Blake Crouch
  • Narrated by Eric G. Dove
  • 1 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ron and Jessica Stahl are a power couple from California, on a Christmas holiday in Colorado. When they stop for the afternoon in sleepy Lone Cone, they're charmed by the quaint tourist town. But the folksy hospitality will vanish as the sun drops behind the mountains. A winter storm is approaching, and the Stahls couldn’t have picked a worse night of the year to get snowed into this perfect little town with a dark, dark secret.

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Customer Reviews

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One that's been told before


I can't help but feel disappointed. I was expecting something more, something different than a story that's been told 100 times and hasn't changed much. This town was described almost exactly like the Wayward Pine town. The whole sacrifice to keep the town profitable & free of disease thing just isn't original any more. I thought Blake would have an original way of telling this story. I love his work but not this one.
The narrator was great so it was easy to listen to. Would I recommend it to someone? Maybe... Depends on if they've already heard 20 other stories just like it. I mean I listen to & read every zombie, survivalist, apocalypse book I can find and many of them have reoccurring themes.
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- Shanna Tidwell

Just Over An Hour

Would you consider the audio edition of Perfect Little Town to be better than the print version?

Oooops, I never did 'read' Perfect Little Town, only listened to the audio book.


What do you think your next listen will be?

The Stone Man - (Luke Smithard) I'm listening to it right now.


Have you listened to any of Eric G. Dove’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I just looked through and it seems this is the first by this person.


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

Not 'extreme'. It somewhat reminds me of an old Twilight Zone script.


Any additional comments?

It's only just over an hour long. But I can say I'm happy with it. I can see it being a Made For T.V. movie. I'd watch it. I mean don't expect intensely developed personalities and so on. But for what it was it's alright.

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- Aaron Bonner

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-09-2014
  • Publisher: Mountainside Books, LLC