I love a good horror story in summer. I listened to The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig as I listened along to the narration performed by Xe Sands & George Newbern. Come to rural Pennsylvania where things have gone terribly wrong as Nate and Maddie Graves, along with their son Oliver facedown an unspeakable evil.
I’ve enjoyed previous audiobooks by Josh Malerman and was delighted for the chance to listen to Goblin, a collection of six novellas narrated by Dominic Hoffman. From the prologue involving a delivery driver and his special delivery, I was hooked. Leave the light on and listen…
I love Roanoke type stories and decided to read The Lost Village by Camilla Sten. Translated by Alexandra Fleming, Sten delivered a twisty horror that kept me reading into the wee hours.
Narrated by Seth Numrich, Later by Stephen King, delivered a creepy tale about a young boy with a disturbing gift. A twisty tale that is part paranormal, part thriller King quickly drew me in.
Narrated by Elizabeth Knowelden, the premise of We Hear Voices by Evie Green drew me in with its eerie offerings. A gripping tale about imaginary friends in a near future reality.
The Bright Lands takes us to the rural town of Bentley, Texas, where high school football means everything and revealing secrets will get you killed.
Narrated by Hillary Huber, The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher delivered a chilling horror story that blended with quirky humor. This atmospheric tale will have you leaving a light on and listening for scratches.