Ghost Stories: Scary Ghosts & Paranormal Horror Short Stories Anthology Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
In his first collection of short stories, Ron Ripley delivers eight spine-tingling tales of the strange and the macabre. Weaving an intricate web of storytelling, listeners are asked to join him on a journey through some of the darkest of his works.
Book a room at the old Crowe’s Bed and Breakfast, but be certain you can leave.
Join the treasure hunter as he digs up graves and awakens more than just the dead.
Lay beside a homeless man in a shelter, but make sure you’re not trespassing.
Set up your cameras alongside the ghost hunters, just don’t follow them into the dark.
Ghost Stories promises to do more than just make you sleep with the lights on. It will plant a cold kiss on your cheek and draw you into the dark where no one will ever hear you scream!
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 32 minutes|
|Author||Ron Ripley, Scare Street|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 15, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #156,187 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#533 in Ghost Horror Fiction
#854 in Occult Horror Fiction
#1,245 in Horror Anthologies (Books)
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In a little comparation, from other Ripley's books...these had Ghosts Galore, Shapeshifter and all of them are: angry, mad, want vengeance, hate living things, feed, destroy and is one very deeply disturb people.
Do I like it? Heck Yeah🙀😻💕. Every little story more macabre, twisted, scary...
All characters without too much description (some do), let the reader know how Ripley's is mastered and mix different genres.
All so well written, even the tiniest story. I really recommend to every fan of Ripley's and good readings with ghosts, mystery, ect..not to let this book pass by, to buy and enjoy a few hours 🙀
I support Indie authors, they make an interesting twist on writing. The Publishers Houses had to be following more of them because they're are writing incredible stories.
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The author plays on classic scenarios, haunted houses, grave robbers, angry ghosts, poltergeist types. 'Rosary', 'Shelter', 'Crowe's bed & Breakfast' and 'the Dog Tracker' all have strong active sentences and poignant, scary moments, but even some of these become predicatble with a grisly ending almost every time. I do like however the clarity or the writing and the fact that the whole collection is set within the same town and locates different people within it well. A nice little escape from the real world, but more substance of narrative would attain a 3 star from me.
Right from the off, Ron Ripley draws you in to his weird and wonderful dark places. Action is fast paced and never let's up for a beat, you just know that the characters will suffer, one way or another.
This set of short stories gives a brief glimpse of what the writer is capable of. All of them are dark tales that will make your skin crawl and leave you wanting more.
Easily one of my favourite authors.
This anthology however is a very poor relation. The main problem is predictability, each story pretty much pans out as expected and the ones that don't, just aren't scary.
Sorry Ron, your novels are brilliant, but back to the drawing board for the short stories.