This was an interesting take on a horror story. I truly enjoyed it. It’s definitely worth listening. The narrator did a very good job.
I can’t help but notice that not one male character had to be beaten out of hysterics but no less than 3 separate women did. It could have been a decent story if the author wasn’t so obsessed with making every female character a helpless sex object. Also can’t help but wonder why it is..
I bought this book thinking it would be a good horror story by the reviews, but as I listen to the book I realized that it was very old. It was so outdated it was almost comical and it sounded very amateurish compared to what is being written nowadays. Facebook should be retired to the..
Loved the small town feel, good young character growing out of youth arc, lot’s of characters who are very likeable and many who I wanted to “get what they deserve.” Surprising deaths and character decisions in the story. Wish there was more to end the story, I sort of felt like the end was “to..
Can I just get a werewolf book WITHOUT graphic descriptions of people’s genitalia please? Is that too much to ask for? Or can we at least have a heads up that this kind of crap is gonna be in here? I get the idea of “adults being adults” but you can do that without going..
I listened to this audiobook back in October. But even now, two months later, it has stayed with me. This is a delightfully creepy serial-killer story. Every fall, there have been murders in this small town, and it’s gone on for so long that everyone is just kind of used to it. I don’t want..
Night, Winter, and Death was originally published in 1990, and it’s important to keep that in mind when listening to this book. It is a typical 90s monster horror story with lots gory deaths (including pets), vividly described sex scenes (two attempted rape scenes included), and the overt sexual objectification of women. If this had..