Night Terrors Vol. 3: Short Horror Stories Anthology Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Nightfall is the prime time for terror....
In the jungles of Vietnam, hell on earth awaits a troop of unsuspecting GIs. A greedy gravedigger faces deadly repercussions for stealing from the dead. And love comes with a terrible price when a lonely woman turns to a witch to fulfill her heart’s desires.
Plunge into darkness with Scare Street’s new collection of bone-chilling terror. This demonic volume contains 13 sinister tales of supernatural horror. Enough to keep you listening into the darkest hours of the night.
Things look different in the moonlight. The branches of a tree become a monster’s claws. The shadows around your window seem like wraiths, rising from the underworld. And the space beneath your bed becomes the perfect spot for a snarling beast to hide....
But don’t worry. Soon, the sun will rise, and everything will go back to normal. Assuming you make it through the night...
This collection contains:
"Search and Destroy" by Richard Beauchamp
"As Seen from Above" by Dustin Walker
"The Gravedigger" by Daniel J. Bickley
"Cuckoo, Cherry Tree" by R.G. Evans
"The Sanction" by Damir Salkovic
"The Old Man's Neighbor" by Gordon Dunleavy
"The Witch of the Woods" by Jamie Zaccaria
"Suzumebachi" by Matthew McKiernan
"With Lying Tongues, with Words of Hatred" by Spencer Koelle
"Silver Maples" by Tim Jeffreys
"The Strange Journey of James Booth" by Justin Boote
"The Summer with No Tourists" by Alethea Avery
"Children's Home" by Ron Ripley
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 58 minutes|
|Author||Scare Street, Richard Beauchamp, Dustin Walker, Daniel J. Bickley, R. G. Evans, Damir Salkovic, Gordon Dunleavy, Jamie Zaccaria, Matthew McKiernan, Spencer Koelle, Tim Jeffreys, Justin Boote, Alethea Avery, Ron Ripley|
|Narrator||Johnny Raven, Stephanie Shade|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 14, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #319,148 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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I wholeheartedly recommend this 13-story Anthology (and the Series).
My particular favorite of this collection was "The Summer with No Tourists." This one is particularly creepy. It is scary because it is plausible in this era of COVID. The final story is by the always excellent Ron Ripley. His work is always a great.
You can't go wrong with this series. Enjoy!
The one that I enjoyed the most was With Lying Tongues, With Words of Hatred.
I am a trans person and it is uncommon to find trans representation in the stories. However, this story, which I will not detail to much so as not to spoil, had a trans character and they were facing an issue that quite a few trans people like myself face. The main protagonist, who is not trans, is realistically portrayed as someone who starts the story knowing nothing of trans people but learns from her experiences.
The Summer with No Tourists was my second favorite one, which would have been home in the Wastelands Anthology.
Finally "The Witch of the Woods" was a very good story and my third one.
The rest of the stories are good and I can not think of a any stinkers which is unusual for an anthology.
Scare Street always does a great job, but with this one, there were a few that I didn't care for as much, as they felt forced - not flowing very well. But the rest were just as amazing as always!
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Obviously some are better than others (in my opinion only, as we all differ) but it gives unknown authors a chance and I like that they are given an opportunity.
You never know we may come across a new Ron Ripley!!