Not all hospital wards were built to heal people.
A grieving Robert Watts has little down time. Though he now has a house to live in, and friends new and old to join him, his financial woes have not been resolved. And he has yet to come to terms with the things that he has seen...and experienced. That is until Rob, Shelly, and Cal receive a visit from the mysterious Sean Sommers who offers them another job. Only this time, it's not a haunted estate that they are commissioned to purge, but an abandoned hospital ward...The Seventh Ward, a place that has been locked for decades, trapping more than just a horrible history within. This time, Robert finds himself narrowly tight-rope walking between life and death, the living and the dead. The problem is, Robert isn't sure which side he falls on anymore.
The Seventh Ward is the second book in the Haunted series, the sequel to the Amazon best-selling Shallow Graves, horrifying, disturbing, and truly haunting tales with shocking twists that you will never see coming. Grab your copy of The Seventh Ward from the Amazon best-selling author of the Insatiable series and the Family Values trilogy today!
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I'm not sure. I'm staying away for now.
The female main character is irritating. She also says the "f" word far too many times, and with such gusto and sarcasm, it is uncountable. It gets in the way of the story and though the "f" word family (-er, -ing, etc) doesn't bother me, it's so overused by this annoying character that I was totally over it half-way through the story. I started hating the character and hoped she would die in the mental hospital they were stuck in.
I think his voice is very robotic and slow. It took a long time for me to get used to it. In fact, I just passed on the book "Skin" because in the first five words of the sample audio clip, I knew it was him. I looked up all the books he has narrated, an this one was in the list. Which reminded me that I needed to review it. He needs to be less intense during the less intense parts of the story, and he needs more inflection in his voice.
It inspired me not to read the next in the series. Honestly, the series itself is good. I enjoyed the first book, Shallow Graves, very much. The "fu**ing woman" hadn't shown up yet, so it was much better than the second book.
I have a feeling that the female character (Shelly, I think), is going to be central for the rest of the series, so unfortunately, I probably won't be listening to another unless I read reviews otherwise. It's a shame that this one character is killing the series for me. I would have preferred Robert alone. The additions of the two sidekicks makes the second book a little slapstick. I don't like much humor in my horror. And stupid, profanity-laced humor is off-putting for me. Maybe I will try again someday.