Sometimes the world is a very dark place. You know the magic is still out there, but it feels distant or displaced. Voices in the Darkness is an attempt to create a link, to bring some of those voices together in a single work of art. Six award-winning authors lent their talent to this work. The stories are unique and dark, filled with wonder and emotion.
Nadia Bulkin's "Vide Cor Meum (See My Heart)", narrated by Gigi Shane, is a unique twist on true crime as fiction.
Kathe Koja's "Pursuivant Island", narrated by Joshua Saxon, will resonate differently with every listener, has meaning on different levels, and touches on an actual artistic event.
Elizabeth Massie's "Baggie", narrated by Edward Gist, explores the horror of losing control of one's life, self, everything to another.
Cassandra Khaw presents "I'd Rather Wear Black", narrated by Claire Suzanne Elizabeth Cooney, a story that takes you on a journey through the pain of bad relationships, while reminding her listeners of their own self worth.
Nick Mamatas takes on the historical character behind the old, old song "Mack the Knife", in his tale, titled appropriately "Ba boo Dop doo Dop boo ree," narrated by Seylan Baxter.
Brian A. Hopkins' novella La Belle Époque, narrated by Laurie Catherine Winkel, explores history, Winchester rifles, and addiction of a very personal persuasion.
We all hear voices in the darkness; in this audiobook, you will hear six of them very clearly.
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Without question 2021’a best Horror Anthology (so far…)
It shouldn’t surprise anyone familiar with the work of the authors involved in this project that it this collection is nothing short of a masterpiece. And yet here I am, still feeling as though I couldn’t believe it was as amazing as I’d hoped, but it exceeded every expectation I had and then continued to impress.
This is a must read for any Horror fan ASAP.
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