Tavern of Terror Vol. 1: Short Horror Stories Anthology Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Welcome to Hannigan’s, where every drink is served with a double shot of terror....
A small-town carpenter exterminates a nest of ravenous insects, only to find them building a new home deep within his flesh. A brilliant doctor’s medication unleashes supernatural vengeance upon a pair of remorseless killers. And a peaceful camping trip becomes a blood-soaked nightmare, when a local legend is unleashed….
Scare Street welcomes you to Hannigan’s, a delightfully cozy Irish pub on the road just ahead. Everyone at Hannigan’s has a story to tell. Tales of ghosts, ghouls, and other shadowy horrors. Whispered nightmares, guaranteed to make your skin crawl and keep you up at night.
So pull up a chair, order a drink, and try to relax. After all, these 12 bone-chilling tales are just local legends and drunken mutterings. They can’t really hurt you, can they?
But as the bottles are emptied and the warm fire dies down, you can’t help but wonder.
After all, every legend begins with a grain of truth….
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 35 minutes|
|Author||Scare Street, Ian Fortey, David Longhorn, Kevin Saito, Sara Clancy, Simon Cluett|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 21, 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #79,756 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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#821 in Horror Anthologies (Books)
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Can't wait to read more, I've become a stalker of the books, waiting (often impatiently) for the next to grab my attention. Thank you for the fear!
While the stories are all good, some are more sci-fi than horror. I don’t have a problem with that- I read both- but some folks might be disappointed by that. What did disappoint me was that only the first couple of stories really involved Hannigan’s; in the rest of the stories, it barely rated a mention. And I swear I’ve read a lot of these stories before. Still, like I said, the stories are all well written and have great ideas in them! Four stars; I had to take a star off for not using Hannigan’s well.