Makes me glad I no longer deliver pizza
4 out of 5 stars
A college aged pizza deliveryman is making his typical deliveries. Until one night he stumbles upon something that he shouldn’t have. He tries to make his last delivery of the night but soon finds it may be his last delivery ever.
The narration was done by David Radtke. I think the Radtke tried to change his voice to more meet the tone and dialogue of this short story. There were times when I was trying to figure out why he was using the voice he used. But others that it just seemed to fit. Overall though his performance was good and made this book enjoyable to listen to.
I can’t write too much in the way of a review, just because the book was very short (77 pages/ just over an hour audiobook). The story is dark and vulgar and is not for a younger audience. The feeling I got throughout was that I feel like this will be made into a full length movie and drawn out more than it needs to be. Robert Kent didn’t even need 100 pages to deliver a horrific tale.
Horror movie fans will really enjoy this; it has the typical feel of a horror movie without being overly cheesy in its depiction of the “bad guy.” The main character, Brock, was a different type of person to follow through these events.
A quick listen for horror fans. I don’t think this book will disappoint.
This review was originally written and posted to AudiobookReviewer. I was given a free copy of the audiobook in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
From Robert Kent, author of ALL TOGETHER NOW: A ZOMBIE STORY, comes a new tale of terror. College student Brock Clouser is working a summer job delivering pizzas. During a run to the outskirts of Harrington, Indiana, he wrecks his car at an isolated country home. Though most everyone there has been violently murdered, he’s not alone.
This is a novelette, not a full novel, and it’s mean and nasty and intended for a mature audience. It is absolutely not appropriate for younger readers. It’s a gruesome, repugnant tale featuring horrific acts of violence sure to warp young minds. Also, these particular characters speak in EXTREMELY COARSE language.
Robert Kent is the author of the middle grade novel BANNEKER BONES AND THE GIANT ROBOT BEES and the young adult novel ALL TOGETHER NOW: A ZOMBIE STORY. He runs the popular blog for writers, MIDDLE GRADE NINJA, and lives with his family in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he’s hard at work on his next book.
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