- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 8 hours and 16 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: December 1, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018ENZJ14
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The Crawling Darkness: Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper Series #3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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At one point I was only going to give Bryan's books a 4 star rating, feeling 5 stars should be reserved for the likes of King, Koontz, and the like. But I've rethought that position. These books have bought me hours of enjoyment.
Having not read for pleasure in a few years as work required my reading time, it's been a joy coming back to the pleasure of fun reading, and Bryan has made it even more enjoyable. He's a great storyteller with fun yarns, and interesting adventures to bring these rogue ghosts off the streets. Crawling Darkness is creepy good fun.
If you're looking for a fun series, something you'll enjoy, not want to put down, and keeps going for more than a single book, the Ellie Jordan series is a good one to try!
Did I also mention this one is the creepiest? On the verge of too frightening for me - but I made it through to the satisfying end. I wanted to give myself a pat on the back, then hide under the covers for the remainder of the night just waiting for the sun-rays of morning.
'Cause the boogeyman is coming for a visit to a closet near you. And no, I'm not talking about cuddly blue and green monsters who pretend to be scary. In THE CRAWLING DARKNESS, the boogeyman has a name - a fearfeeder - and its power grows as it feeds off the deepest fears of its victims. In most cases, children. One moment it is a chainsaw wielding madman with a mask carved from strips of human flesh. The next it is a nest of flesh-eating alien beings.
It also embodies Ellie's greatest fear - the one that got away, but not before putting her boss and mentor Calvin into a wheelchair. When Ellie's and Stacey's newest case returns them to a familiar street, Ellie knows she can't stop until this entity is destroyed for good.
But a fearfeeder takes on many forms, making it almost impossible to discern its true identity - and therefore capture it. And it isn't immune from using dirty tricks to trap the team, turning the hunters into huntees.
A lovely three-story Victorian has been converted into three apartments and a small studio in half the basement. The remaining half is a commons area with washers and dryers for the residents. But something else lurks behind the locked furnace room door, crawling out at night like a giant spider from its lair. In their investigation, a chance glance behind the door reveals an ancient well that was only covered over instead of filled in. But someone has uncovered it.
And nameless evils crawl up from the darkness.
With Calvin's help on this case, the three investigators must come face-to-face with their deepest fears. Ellie must weed through centuries of history to discern the truth about the evil occupying the land and discern who the faceless and nameless fearfeeder truly is in order to stop it.
Before another child vanishes in its clutches.
Five glowing stars for this one!
You won’t get bored to death (no pun intended) with these mystery-solving stories nor the interesting characters and paranormal entities that are introduced in each book. After this book I’m looking with some apprehension at dark areas …
PS: I noticed a few editing errors, but it’s not really distracting you from the story.
The Crawling Darkness is the best yet. The characters seem more solid and well-rounded, and the story itself is easy to follow, yet exciting.