From A Year in the Borderlands author Kevin Candela comes another thrilling double feature, drive-in style!
In “Shore Leave”, shipwreck survivors Heatherine Daniels and Sheila Grange penetrate deep into a mysterious cavern only to discover there is much more to their desert island than coconut palms, seashells, and sunburn.
Then, in “Rasputin and Fulcanelli Ain’t Dead”, the legendary Russian survivor and the mysterious French alchemist join forces to challenge the bizarre and harrowing gauntlet that stands between them and their objective – a magical mouth harp that compels poor Daniel, its cursed owner, to play it perpetually as he dances across fields of clover in some place far removed from our world.
A puck-what-ie? Wedgie? I'm already freaking out
Bennett brings this tale to murky life, really selling the creepiness, and making you clench your teeth from anticipation. I really enjoy his work.
wtf did you expect dude?!
Gary Bennett read it and he did fantastic. I bumped my rating up 1 star just for him. He has a very lovely voice.
Do you dare step into the swamp?
Gary Bennett really did a great job with the narration of this rather wild tale... he made me believe it was the truth he was relating to me!