Unspeakable: Some Secrets Will Haunt You Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
"Fear the living, fear the dead, fear the Unspeakable."
Kenning Hall was more than a country home, it was the family's sanctuary away from the frenetic pace of London, until that day.
What happened that day was so horrifying, so devastating, that the place was left to ruin, until now.
A decade later, 32-year-old Rupert Harrison, the only surviving heir to the Harrison publishing dynasty, has ordered Kenning Hall restored to its former glory.
It's time to go back.
Now, if you think you've heard this story before, think again. This is just the beginning.
Something is waiting at Kenning Hall. Something vengeful, malevolent, and it will follow him home.
This book isn't creepy, it's downright terrifying. Be warned: Daylight will not save you.
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|Listening Length||16 hours and 10 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||October 03, 2016|
|Publisher||a Different Angle|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #140,084 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#445 in Ghost Horror Fiction
#655 in Occult Horror Fiction
#3,210 in Ghost Fiction
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If you like a lot of third-party sex in your reading, then this story is for you. Otherwise, a good, complex plot but please tell our friends across the Pond that our President's office is the White House, and not the Whitehouse. Poor editing job which distracts from enjoyment of the novel. Looks like a rush job to print.
You think you have it all figured out, but you don't. I was left with a dropped jaw and surprisingly speechless! In a majorly good way!
The premise is interesting, and the bones of the story are good and could be engaging, but the three above items were just too much. I could not finish the book. Should have known after reading that one of the main characters was turned on by the " manly way" the main character took off his shirt. Really? It gets worse from there. I dont recommend this book.
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I found it to also be too descriptive in some areas, really wasn’t needed to be so descriptive with certain things, it didn’t add anything. Some parts were just not even necessary to the story line. It also felt as though it took a long time to really get In to the story. The whole book just felt a little long winded.
There was a nice twist in the end though.
Having recently had the pleasure of being part of the 'reader's group' for upcoming Novel, Psychosis, I knew I had to set about reading the back catalogue of the ever so talented Mr Marturano.
One of the others at the group said to me 'If you like being scared, you'll love Unspeakable.'
How could I not read it after that?
I didn't know what to expect, I've taken a slightly odd stance recently of not reading the fly cover or a synopsis before starting a book. I am not yet sure if this is a good idea but it's what I'm going with for now!
I found Unspeakable to almost be a book of two parts. The beginning was introductory, scene building, drawing me into the lives and minds of the key characters. Characterisation, as I would fully expect, was excellent. Well defined people came to life on pages before me as I read. The descriptive powers of Tony Marturano are really quite excellent - buildings, rooms, people, sensations and feelings are all clear and distinct.
Just when you get comfortable with this world, the tension changes. Stupidly (or maybe not) for me, I read the majority of the second half of the book at night... I know a book or film as got into my mind when I find that I don't want to switch off the bedroom light and walk 10 feet to bed in darkness!
This is a deliciously dark and malevolent read. If you like a book with twists and surprises, you will like this book. If you like a book to make you feel uneasy, jump when you hear a noise, question whether or not you locked the back door, you will like this book!
Did I like the ending?