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A Tour of the Abattoir by Mike Allen 0:02:27
Fiction: The Gaze Dogs of Nine Waterfall by Kaaron Warren 0:16:31
Narrated by Kim Lakin-Smith
A short discussion of The Natural History of Man and bit more about Kaaron Warren 1:14:23
Pleasant Dreams 1:20:17
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Great choices and great readings!
I was actually going to read Gaze Dogs tonight, but having an audio version will save my poor, broken eyes.
Ah, Gordon…listening is grand but so too is reading. I hope we’re not dissuading you from exercising your own inner-voice. Well…I’m glad you enjoyed the listen, hope you’ll enjoy the read sometime soon.
…why not have a look at the Rev. Wood’s book…have a read of that one, too.
Aloha Terror Tribe!
I live on the volcanic Big Island of Hawaii. I moved here so I could better paint “Tiki Art” or what is called Poly-Pop-Surrealism. We have a lot of ghost stories here. One is about “monster dogs” that live high up in the mountains, and can only stay ion the areas where the clouds touch the ground. It makes for thrilling drives on foggy nights along lonely roads!
Tales to Terrify is just fantastic. Some superb stories here. But, although I haven’t yet listened to the Kaaron Warren story I can recommend her deeply strange and disturbing novel, Slights. Quite unlike anything else I’ve ever read.
I enjoyed “Gaze Dogs”, the sensory input, the images. It felt firmly set in the islands, which made the tale all the more believable. A bit let down by the end of the story, but all in all a good episode,
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