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Horror Audio Books That Should Be Made Into Movies

Horror Audio Books That Should Be Made Into Movies

I've listened to several horror audio books over the past couple of years. Some of them have been good, while others were found to be lacking. Here is my list of...

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7 Scorpions: Revolution Make the Apocalypse ROCK!

7 Scorpions: Revolution Make the Apocalypse ROCK!

This second thrilling, page-turning novel in Mike Saxton's apocalyptic trilogy, 7 Scorpions: Revolution, continues the quest of the villainous dictator Zodiac to...

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Nicole Sorkin

In the world of Sagaria - a place not so different than ours, other than virtually all the animals can talk and have roughly equal status in society - there are adventures to be had...

By: Nicole Sorkin l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Apr 16, 2012
Nicole Sorkin

Traveling can be a tiring activity, whether you're driving across the state or flying halfway around the world. As Lila L. Pinord demonstrates in her novel In Time, flitting across space and time at

By: Nicole Sorkin l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 29, 2012
Rachel A Denney

This one is the first. It's the first short story about aliens, the first short story questioning the position of humans in the universe relative to extra-terrestrials, and the first to suggest that

By: Rachel A Denney l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 25, 2012

Mortus - Book I of the Faenum Quest the adventure begins is a unique epic fantasy with high and dark fantasy elements. Author Dennis K. Hausker is realistic about the flawed and dark nature of

By: S. M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 20, 2012

Dark Solus's parents where a witch and a demon. After they were brutally murdered by an evil wizard and the heads of several guilds who worked with him, Dark Solus burns with a desire to seek

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 11, 2012
Don V Standeford

In the second book of Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' series, Roland of Gilead reaches out to the world of a heroin addict named Eddie Dean for help. He's dying of starvation and infection. Roland,

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012
Don V Standeford

The second book of Stephen King's 'The Gunslinger' series is called 'The Drawing of The Three.' The book starts out with Roland of Gilead, the last of a long line of gunslingers, practically dead

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012
Don V Standeford

In the beginning of 'The Drawing of The Three,' the second novel in 'The Gunslinger' series by Stephen King, the gunslinger, Roland, finds himself struggling to stay alive. He has opened a door from

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012
Don V Standeford

'The Drawing of The Three,' which is the second book in The Dark Tower series written by Stephen King, in my opinion is one of King's best books. If you're into science fiction, fantasy, or even

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012

Jason Hanford is an excellent writer and he often uses his ability in a deceitful manner. This deceitful way often gets Jason everything that he wants in life.

By: Mason Beltrami l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 21, 2012
Pavarti K Tyler

If done well a Science Fiction novel will include not only technology but psychology, anthropology and sociology: creating some of the most realistic and fleshed out cultures that have ever existed

By: Pavarti K Tyler l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 19, 2012

  With the first book of his trilogy, author Joseph M. Armillas has written a spiritual science fiction that captivates the reader for the most part. In later chapters the saga drags a bit with

By: M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 12, 2012

I've listened to several horror audio books over the past couple of years. Some of them have been good, while others were found to be lacking. Here is my list of the best horror audio books that

By: Alex Post l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 07, 2012

This second thrilling, page-turning novel in Mike Saxton's apocalyptic trilogy, 7 Scorpions: Revolution, continues the quest of the villainous dictator Zodiac to take over the world! The only things

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 07, 2012
Steph Burkhart

Hodges pens a fantasy tale full of action, adventure, love, greed, and betrayal with "The Emerald Dagger." The timespace rift to the medieval land, Daradawn, opens only once for seven days every

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 05, 2012
Tyler Tichelaar

A new fantasy novel by Tara Casalino offers an adventure in a new fantasy world filled with magic and meaning. "The Guardians" introduces characters of a mythical nature and draws upon various

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 15, 2012
Marko Strbac

George R. R. Martin began a fantasy series of books under the name of A Song of Fire and Ice. The adventure began in 1996 with the publication of A Game of Thrones book. The first book was intended

By: Marko Strbac l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 04, 2012
Steph Burkhart

Perkins crafts a tale full of adventure with "Dragon Flame." Humans left Earth and settled on the planet Numar. After living in peace for eighteen years, dragons attack the human settlements. With

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 01, 2012
Steph Burkhart

Martin pens a worthy follow up to his fantasy epic, "A Game of Thrones," with "A Clash of Kings." Mainly set on the land of Westros, several men fight for the crown of the seven kingdoms. Will there

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Dec 29, 2011

In the history of Elves there was a time before remembering known as The Elder Days and it lasted for thousands of years. Then for an unknown reason their King suddenly died. How could this be?

By: S. M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Dec 29, 2011
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I've listened to several horror audio books over the past couple of years. Some of them have been good, while others were found to be lacking. Here is my list of the best horror audio books that

By: Alex Post l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 174 lComments: 0

Dark Solus's parents where a witch and a demon. After they were brutally murdered by an evil wizard and the heads of several guilds who worked with him, Dark Solus burns with a desire to seek

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 11, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Hodges pens a fantasy tale full of action, adventure, love, greed, and betrayal with "The Emerald Dagger." The timespace rift to the medieval land, Daradawn, opens only once for seven days every

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 05, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

A new fantasy novel by Tara Casalino offers an adventure in a new fantasy world filled with magic and meaning. "The Guardians" introduces characters of a mythical nature and draws upon various

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 15, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Pavarti K Tyler

If done well a Science Fiction novel will include not only technology but psychology, anthropology and sociology: creating some of the most realistic and fleshed out cultures that have ever existed

By: Pavarti K Tyler l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Nicole Sorkin

In the world of Sagaria - a place not so different than ours, other than virtually all the animals can talk and have roughly equal status in society - there are adventures to be had...

By: Nicole Sorkin l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Rachel A Denney

This one is the first. It's the first short story about aliens, the first short story questioning the position of humans in the universe relative to extra-terrestrials, and the first to suggest that

By: Rachel A Denney l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 25, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

'The Drawing of The Three,' which is the second book in The Dark Tower series written by Stephen King, in my opinion is one of King's best books. If you're into science fiction, fantasy, or even

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Jason Hanford is an excellent writer and he often uses his ability in a deceitful manner. This deceitful way often gets Jason everything that he wants in life.

By: Mason Beltrami l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Mortus - Book I of the Faenum Quest the adventure begins is a unique epic fantasy with high and dark fantasy elements. Author Dennis K. Hausker is realistic about the flawed and dark nature of

By: S. M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

In the beginning of 'The Drawing of The Three,' the second novel in 'The Gunslinger' series by Stephen King, the gunslinger, Roland, finds himself struggling to stay alive. He has opened a door from

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

  With the first book of his trilogy, author Joseph M. Armillas has written a spiritual science fiction that captivates the reader for the most part. In later chapters the saga drags a bit with

By: M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Marko Strbac

George R. R. Martin began a fantasy series of books under the name of A Song of Fire and Ice. The adventure began in 1996 with the publication of A Game of Thrones book. The first book was intended

By: Marko Strbac l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 04, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

This second thrilling, page-turning novel in Mike Saxton's apocalyptic trilogy, 7 Scorpions: Revolution, continues the quest of the villainous dictator Zodiac to take over the world! The only things

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

In the second book of Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' series, Roland of Gilead reaches out to the world of a heroin addict named Eddie Dean for help. He's dying of starvation and infection. Roland,

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Perkins crafts a tale full of adventure with "Dragon Flame." Humans left Earth and settled on the planet Numar. After living in peace for eighteen years, dragons attack the human settlements. With

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 01, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

The second book of Stephen King's 'The Gunslinger' series is called 'The Drawing of The Three.' The book starts out with Roland of Gilead, the last of a long line of gunslingers, practically dead

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Nicole Sorkin

Traveling can be a tiring activity, whether you're driving across the state or flying halfway around the world. As Lila L. Pinord demonstrates in her novel In Time, flitting across space and time at

By: Nicole Sorkin l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 29, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

In the history of Elves there was a time before remembering known as The Elder Days and it lasted for thousands of years. Then for an unknown reason their King suddenly died. How could this be?

By: S. M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Dec 29, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Martin pens a worthy follow up to his fantasy epic, "A Game of Thrones," with "A Clash of Kings." Mainly set on the land of Westros, several men fight for the crown of the seven kingdoms. Will there

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Dec 29, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
1  

I've listened to several horror audio books over the past couple of years. Some of them have been good, while others were found to be lacking. Here is my list of the best horror audio books that

By: Alex Post l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 174 lComments: 0
Tyler Tichelaar

A new fantasy novel by Tara Casalino offers an adventure in a new fantasy world filled with magic and meaning. "The Guardians" introduces characters of a mythical nature and draws upon various

By: Tyler Tichelaar l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 15, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

This second thrilling, page-turning novel in Mike Saxton's apocalyptic trilogy, 7 Scorpions: Revolution, continues the quest of the villainous dictator Zodiac to take over the world! The only things

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Dark Solus's parents where a witch and a demon. After they were brutally murdered by an evil wizard and the heads of several guilds who worked with him, Dark Solus burns with a desire to seek

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 11, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Hodges pens a fantasy tale full of action, adventure, love, greed, and betrayal with "The Emerald Dagger." The timespace rift to the medieval land, Daradawn, opens only once for seven days every

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 05, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Perkins crafts a tale full of adventure with "Dragon Flame." Humans left Earth and settled on the planet Numar. After living in peace for eighteen years, dragons attack the human settlements. With

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 01, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Steph Burkhart

Martin pens a worthy follow up to his fantasy epic, "A Game of Thrones," with "A Clash of Kings." Mainly set on the land of Westros, several men fight for the crown of the seven kingdoms. Will there

By: Steph Burkhart l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Dec 29, 2011 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

In the second book of Stephen King's 'The Dark Tower' series, Roland of Gilead reaches out to the world of a heroin addict named Eddie Dean for help. He's dying of starvation and infection. Roland,

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

The second book of Stephen King's 'The Gunslinger' series is called 'The Drawing of The Three.' The book starts out with Roland of Gilead, the last of a long line of gunslingers, practically dead

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

In the beginning of 'The Drawing of The Three,' the second novel in 'The Gunslinger' series by Stephen King, the gunslinger, Roland, finds himself struggling to stay alive. He has opened a door from

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Don V Standeford

'The Drawing of The Three,' which is the second book in The Dark Tower series written by Stephen King, in my opinion is one of King's best books. If you're into science fiction, fantasy, or even

By: Don V Standeford l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 10, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Jason Hanford is an excellent writer and he often uses his ability in a deceitful manner. This deceitful way often gets Jason everything that he wants in life.

By: Mason Beltrami l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 21, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Pavarti K Tyler

If done well a Science Fiction novel will include not only technology but psychology, anthropology and sociology: creating some of the most realistic and fleshed out cultures that have ever existed

By: Pavarti K Tyler l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

  With the first book of his trilogy, author Joseph M. Armillas has written a spiritual science fiction that captivates the reader for the most part. In later chapters the saga drags a bit with

By: M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Feb 12, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Marko Strbac

George R. R. Martin began a fantasy series of books under the name of A Song of Fire and Ice. The adventure began in 1996 with the publication of A Game of Thrones book. The first book was intended

By: Marko Strbac l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Jan 04, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

In the history of Elves there was a time before remembering known as The Elder Days and it lasted for thousands of years. Then for an unknown reason their King suddenly died. How could this be?

By: S. M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Dec 29, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Mortus - Book I of the Faenum Quest the adventure begins is a unique epic fantasy with high and dark fantasy elements. Author Dennis K. Hausker is realistic about the flawed and dark nature of

By: S. M. Vernon l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 20, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Nicole Sorkin

In the world of Sagaria - a place not so different than ours, other than virtually all the animals can talk and have roughly equal status in society - there are adventures to be had...

By: Nicole Sorkin l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Apr 16, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Nicole Sorkin

Traveling can be a tiring activity, whether you're driving across the state or flying halfway around the world. As Lila L. Pinord demonstrates in her novel In Time, flitting across space and time at

By: Nicole Sorkin l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 29, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Rachel A Denney

This one is the first. It's the first short story about aliens, the first short story questioning the position of humans in the universe relative to extra-terrestrials, and the first to suggest that

By: Rachel A Denney l Book Reviews > SciFi Fantasy Horror l Mar 25, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
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