Hellboy: An Assortment of Horrors Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Fifteen of the biggest names in weird literature come together to pay tribute to Hellboy and the characters of Mike Mignola’s award-winning line of books!
Assembled by Joe Golem and Baltimore co-writer Christopher Golden, this anthology boasts 15 original stories by the best in horror, fantasy, and science fiction, including Seanan McGuire (October Daye series), Chelsea Cain (Heartsick), Jonathan Maberry (Joe Ledger series), and more! The new writer of Hellboy and the BPRD, iZombie co-creator Chris Roberson, pitches in as well, and Chris Priestley (Tales of Terror) provides a story!
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 25 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 28, 2020|
|Publisher||Dreamscape Media, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #119,004 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#171 in Horror Anthologies & Short Stories
#343 in Science Fiction Anthologies & Short Stories
#573 in Occult Horror Fiction
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The vocabulary was on a 6th grade level, but I suppose they could be writing to their audience. Although I'm pretty certain these"writers" are not heirs of Lovecraft or Howard; they scribble strictly for Seventeen Magazine, and apparently comic books, according to their sad little bios. Every one of these turgid, low-energy, pointless "chocolates"(the editor introduces them with the hoary Gumpian shibboleth about a "box of", because that's what every other unimaginative hack does).
I've never bothered to review anything on here before, but this book was just so stupid I actually felt a moral obligation to warn others from it.