Wretchedness

  • by Ambrose Ibsen
  • Narrated by Jake Urry
  • 8 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Once it takes hold, it never lets go...
Like an illness, fear spreads. Healthy minds are withered by paranoia. Can anything stop the contagion?
A peculiar tablet unearthed in a Middle Eastern ossuary provokes madness in those who encounter it. One by one, people come under the tablet's sway and are subjected to horrific visions and dreams. In time, the tablet's true purpose becomes clear: It is the harbinger of an eons-dead god whose reemergence will steep the world in terror and suffering. Having put the pieces together, two men race against the clock and attempt to disrupt the terrifying work of an ancient cult.
Wretchedness is a full-length novel of supernatural terror by Ambrose Ibsen.

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Exorcist in the Cthulhu mythos had a baby and it is wretchedness

This author does amazing ghost stories I mean stuff this out of this world. This is not one of those books. This book is what the result would be if the exorcist in the Cthulhu Mythos had a baby. Take an ancient artifact imbue it with the evilness and the drive of a lost cult and their evil God. Everything it touches everyone it touches his imbued with the wretchedness. One unlucky vessel will become the embodiment of that lost God Heaven help us all if they can't stop it. A great story wonderfully written and amazingly narrated. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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- Mary Karowski

Less is more

Overall not a bad book. Had its creepy moments but the over sharing with detail and description of the character's fear killed the mood. Made the story drag in many places. I did enjoy the ending and the narration.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-16-2017
  • Publisher: Ambrose Ibsen