Disordered Minds

  • by Paul S. Huggins
  • Narrated by David Ayers
  • 2 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The blurred lines between reality, imagination and the ethereal can be very fine. These six short stories test the limits. A disturbing letter, an extreme phobia, a calculating psychopath, a woodland hunt, a lonely hotel, and a search for family all feature in this dark compilation.


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Customer Reviews

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Conjures Memories of The Twilight Zone

Would you listen to Disordered Minds again? Why?

No. I'd read the book, but not listen again. The stories are interesting and creepy (in a good way), but the technical quality of the narration is lacking.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Perhaps paid a little closer attention to the words (at times it seemed he was stumbling over passages), and paid a lot more attention to the technical aspects of production. A great deal of mouth noises, clicks, pops, external noises (perhaps a passing vehicle, or the narrator bumped the mic stand a few times), and the audio seemed overly filtered (too much compression/gating)

Any additional comments?

The stories are well written and original. I enjoyed the story aspect of this audiobook, and even, for the most part, the acting. David Ayers has talent, a tad raw but I look forward to his future in the business. I'd like to see Mr. Ayers obtain some technical skills for production, or maybe outsource this part of the production.

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- A. Kessel

Boring dull

The stories took too long to get to and the storytelling was dull the stories were duller yet.
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- mitchell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-16-2015
  • Publisher: Paul Huggins