Shadowy Natures: Stories of Psychological Horror
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Listening Length 7 hours and 45 minutes
Author Rebecca Rowland
Narrator Kyle Walton
Whispersync for Voice Ready Release Date October 12, 2020
Publisher AM Ink Audio
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
Best Sellers Rank #406,236 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#967 in Horror Anthologies & Short Stories
#3,751 in Literature Anthologies
#3,846 in Fiction Short Stories

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Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great collection of stories!!
By James on September 19, 2020
I bought Shadowy Natures because I enjoyed Rebecca Rowland’s last two collections, and I have not been disappointed. Some people don’t get psychological horror, but it’s just what it sounds like, it gets in your head and the horror comes from how more and more uncomfortable the writer makes you feel when you read it. I didn’t pick up this book thinking it would be full of bloody guts and gore, and even though there is some of that most of the book is just super creepy as heck. I had to run out to the store last night and when this sketchy guy came up behind me, I immediately thought of “Taking Out the Garbage.” When I was backing my car down the driveway, I had a flashback of “Christmas Shopper.” When my wife who gets mild eczema sometimes was scratching her arm, I thought of “Itch” right away. The writing is rather exceptional throughout the book. I felt like I could hear actually hear the characters in stories like “His Death Brings No Respite” and “Abigail Winchell.” Sometimes I read an anthology from an indie publisher and a few of the stories sound like they were written by a junior high student. Not the case here. Every single one of these stories is well written and creeped the crow out of me. People who are expecting in-your-face slasher stuff or maybe lots of fantasy monsters are going to knock a star or two off but I honestly think that’s because they don’t understand what psychological horror is. THIS is it! Really good book!
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