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I recently discovered Duncan Ralston after I read Woom (a Matt Shaw production), so when I ran across the opportunity to get a review copy of the audio for this one, I jumped all over it.
Salvage is less extreme than Woom, but for a straight up ghost story it has some truly creepy and disturbing scenes in it. The back story and “mystery” plots are very well done and the narrator does an admirable job of keeping the pacing of the story moving as the towns skeletons are slowly revealed.
Very well done. I will be looking forward to more work from Mr. Ralston. 4.5 Audible Stars!
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Daniel G Curtis does a great narration of this book.Owen is obsessed with the drowning death of his sister.He decides to follow her footsteps and realizes that he'd been there before.People do not want to help him and say that his sister stirred up trouble.Everything stems back to the flooding of the town that now sits at the bottom of the lake.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher
If you could sum up Salvage in three words, what would they be?
Chilling, disturbing, and eerie.
What other book might you compare Salvage to, and why?
I'm not a big fan of ghost stories so don't have anything to compare this to. This story was spooky as hell.
Which character – as performed by Daniel G. Curtis – was your favourite?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I listen to audiobooks in my car so one sitting wasn't an option.
Any additional comments?
Duncan Ralston is a superb author, and this book was fantastic. Daniel G. Curtis was the perfect narrator.