Tombley's Walk

  • by A. W. Gray
  • Narrated by Stephen R. Thorne
  • 13 hrs and 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The beast that walks like a man feeds beneath a blood-red Texas moon.
Billy Ed and Dory Barnes left the honky-tonk in Tombley's Walk on a warm Texas night. They were looking for a little privacy. They never returned.
Billy Ed's body was found soon after, ripped to pieces by a savage, wolf-like creature that walked on two legs. Dory survived the brutal attack. But she has been changed into something horribly, inexplicably... different.
As a full moon bathes the town in terror, the residents bolt their doors in fear of the night. But no lock will keep out the unspeakable horror that has infected the once-sleepy Texas community - a gruesome evil that won't be sated until the last drop of human blood is drained from Tombley's Walk.


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Okay its Supernatural, but writing is great

First I apologize in advance, this is written on my iPhone without my reading glasses,

I only purchased this because I wanted to read all of Gray's work. I admit to being obsessed with Mr Gray. That said, this was a fantastic read.

What makes King's horror so captivating is characters we all identity with. So it with Gray. This is as well written, well conceived as any of King's works.

The narrAtor was weak at first, but I quickly got used to him. He never got in the story's way.
Do yourself a favor and give this one a whirl
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- Charles Atkinson "Dept Q, Harry Hole... where are you?"

Salems 'Lot with Werewolves

Fun premise, interesting characters and setting, even if non-traditional lycanthropes occasionally derail a straightforward yarn.
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- MutantMonster

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-28-2014
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.