First, let me say I loved the narrator's voice. The Grieving Stones, by Gary McMahon is read by Chris Barnes- making this 2-hour listen nostalgic. His voice was mellow and set the tone and location. It was perfect for me, a lover of accents and haunts.
In this tale, Alice is doing her best to get through the grief of the loss of her abusive husband. She decides to get away from the melancholy of her quiet home, with its ghost, and sets out with a small therapy group. They go to a place called Grief House, but their grief is deflected for something worse. Something that doesn't want them there.
The story plays out like an old Vincent Price movie. Spirits that belong to the land and the house call to Alice and lure her in. I love tales like that. This story is a classic in form and anyone who loves haunted houses, and vengeful spirits. It's very entertaining. There are times the narrator's accent is a bit thick, but he's not difficult to listen to. Check it out; I'm sure you'll eat it up!
On to the next read!📚
*The Girl With All the Gifts is next.
The Grieving Stones
Horrific Tales Publishing
July 29, 2016
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