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- Arkham Horror: The Collected Novellas, Volume II
- Narrated by: Todd Menesses
- Length: 12 hrs and 13 mins
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The bold investigators of Arkham Horror are humanity's best hope against monstrous terrors from beyond the void in this second collection of extraordinary eldritch novellas.
To Fight the Black Wind by Jennifer Brozek - psychologist Carolyn Fern's treatment of a patient's terrifying nightmares tears open a doorway into the Dreamlands and the Elder Gods.
The Blood of Baalshandor by Richard Lee Byers - the arcane tomes of Miskatonic University are an irresistible lure for stage magician Dexter Drake and his assistant Molly Maxwell, where they soon fall prey to dark forces.
Dark Revelations by Amanda Downum - when author Gloria Goldberg visits Arkham to complete the unfinished novel of her fellow author, its words escape the page and transform Arkham.
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- Sean Harte
Not too bad, not amazing either!
Mixed bag story-wise, some were entertaining and thought provoking (I play Call of Cthulhu so I mean game ideas not summoning Old Ones), whilst others lacked something.
Narration was definitely adequate without rising to being exceptional, some voices character were good there average but it hung together well and you could easily tell one from another.
- Austerleys Boss
awful narration kills decent tales. Accents that grate, actually thought it was an AI effort.
- Old Man Parker
I love Lovecraft.
I wanted "The Thing That Could Not Be!” instead I got "The Thing That Could Not Be Understood!”
As good as Vol one is... Vol 2 is not.
I really wanted to enjoy it.
I was disappointed.
I got angry at the writers and editor.
When they got Vol 1 so right, how could they miss so badly on vol 2?
Again we got a Cthulhu Mythos book with no Cthulhu Mythos in it.
Okay, HARDLY any Cthulhu Mythos.
If you're an undergrad in psychology it might be fun.
However, the narrator, Todd Menesses, is amazing!
I had to check to see if there were more than one reader on this book. Wow, his range of voices for women & men is astounding. His accents sometimes get a little confused, but mostly he's right there. Very rarely doers he 'over act' the parts and 'chews up' the literature. He gives you a good read. I'm looking for more books read by Todd!
I feel sorry he had to read hours and hours of mostly confounding & confusing story.
Sorry, I can't recommend this audio book.
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