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Publisher's Summary

Darkness lives within....

Cash strapped, working for agencies and living in shared accommodation, Stephanie Booth feels she can fall no further. So when she takes a new room at the right price, she believes her luck has finally turned. But 82 Edgware Road is not what it appears to be.

It's not only the eerie atmosphere of the vast, neglected house or the disturbing attitude of her new landlord, Knacker McGuire, that makes her uneasy - it's the whispers behind the fireplace, the scratching beneath floors, the footsteps in the dark and the young women weeping in neighbouring rooms. And when Knacker's cousin, Fergal, arrives, the danger goes vertical.

But this is merely a beginning, a gateway to horrors beyond Stephanie's worst nightmares. And in a house where no one listens to the screams, will she ever get out alive?

©2014 Adam Nevill (P)2015 Audible, Ltd

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Loved the story and performance.

The story is exciting and the narrator does a great job of bringing it to life. The only downside is the lack of consideration for the listener's time. To enjoy the story one has to sit through endless mini-dramas, many of which look the same as the last. If the story was a house guest, it would be the one that keeps you up late into the night talking about itself.

Truth is, I did enjoy the story and finished it over a period of a week. I also don't regret the time I spent with it, so I'll conclude that my feelings about it are mixed.

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  • michael king
  • 2015-10-19

certainly worth the time

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this one has teeth. it's creepy and at times disturbing. i hope audible snatches up additional Adam Nevill titles as soon as possible. It's hard to find good and spooky horror fiction. i'm glad i now have another author to keep tabs on.

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  • Leigh
  • 2015-09-25

Creepy, weird, and really good.

I loved this book. It was very unique. The story was weird and creepy, and like nothing I've ever read before. The narrator was excellent. She added to creep factor of this book. Her voice changes were not forced. They seemed natural, and made the other characters (other than the main character) come to life. I will listen to other books she narrates, and other books by this author.

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  • Ashley Snelling
  • 2017-10-07

Creepy but LONG.

My job requires me to do a lot of night driving. I am always looking for that story to keep me alert and awake. This one did it. It had me from the opening passages. when she describes he first night in a new place. Crinkling tapping from under the bed... instantly gave me goose bumps and saying 'Oh heck no!!'. I was hooked from the start.

The story teller did a great job bringing the characters to life and bringing the story to life making a movie in my mind.

When the story was half over it could have ended there. I would have been happy with the story. But it did not end. So many stories come to an end and the reader is left wondering what happened next. This story continues and ties up all of the strings. There are times when it is quite wordy and there were times that I needed to take a break because it seemed to go on and on. There were many times where I had goose bumps. There were times when I thought oh that's predictable horror story antics. Then there were times I really wondered if the main character had a mental illness.

Upon the conclusion of the story I was glad that I stuck with it. I enjoyed it quite a lot.

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  • Kim Venatries
  • 2015-10-08

Dying for a Cheap Rent Flat?

Creeping dread, horror and supernatural psychological torment. Great story, expertly narrated. Gets a bit wordy and boggy near the end and the back story is a little convoluted, but I would still recommend it for anyone looking for pre-Halloween goose bumps.

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  • JIMENA
  • 2017-01-03

Too long

I feel this book is a solid horror book and not a "thriller-suspense" as labeled. I think the narrator is fantastic and she did a great job. I thought the plot of this book was good but it was overly done, too long and just tired me. Not sure I recommend unless you like horror, super natural genre books.

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  • Kelly Sharp
  • 2021-09-25

not bad, worth a look

I almost punched out but right when I thought it was going to be a standard torture book, it veered off into another direction.
decent story, I liked it.

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  • charles j. see
  • 2019-10-26

Good, but too long

I enjoyed this book, but had some issues. My main complaint is that it ran at least a third longer than was comfortable. I cannot say what should have been cut and it may be that if anything had been cut I would simply not have enjoyed it as much, but more than once while listening I checked the chapter list and thougth "I still have that much to go?!".

The narrator is very good. When there is one main character in novel, it greatly adds to my enjoyment if the narrator sounds like I think the main character would sound, and Colleen Prendergrast worked very well for Stephanie.

The villains of the book were so obnoxiously despicable that at times I almost found it annoying. An odd complaint, I know. It may have been part and parcel of my issue with the length of the book. I had so much of them to deal with it began to bug me.

The story was solid and interesting and overall the book was good, but I did not enjoy it as much as Apartment 16, the first Adam Neville Novel I read.

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  • James Fronck
  • 2015-11-08

One of the most annoying books I have attempted to listen to in a long time.


This book falls under my category of " How in the heck did it get this high of a rating.?"

After a couple of hours of listening to " I have to escape this place but I'm still going back into it every day" I simply couldn't imagine listening to another 12 hours of the exact same thing. Enough said.

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  • Jillie Eves
  • 2021-03-03

Good story but way too long.

Long explanations of obvious feeling of the main character. Over and over again. This needs an abridged version.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-12-16

This book took 10,000 hrs to listen to.

Of course, I'm kidding...or am I? S much of this book is filled with boring unnecessary details. I began spacing out many times and actually got annoyed at how boring it all was. It started out decent, but after I couldn't care less for the MC. She whined and went on and on about the shallowest of details. I just couldn't muster care for her. I just didn't have the attn span and kept checking to see how much more to endure. I got this on a rec from a booktuber, Jordaline. She usually recs good books but this one was not. I listened all the way through bc I wasted a credit on it.

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