What in the name of god happened here?
4 out of 5 stars
Four friends take a quick trip into the Rocky’s to just get away and relax for the weekend. They thought that they would have a nice and quiet weekend. They also thought they were alone. They couldn’t have been more wrong.
The narration for Snowblind was done by Gary Tiedemann does a great job. His deep and brooding voice really adds to this story. And he was able to add a lot more to the ambiance and the overall scariness of the story.
A quick little story that packs a punch. Snowblind is definitely a horror book for those who love a good story. McBride has this way of writing things that are scary but realistic. They also completely unbelievable and believable at the same time. The antagonist in this was absolutely terrifying in the same way that the shark in Jaws was. You never really see the “animal” but you definitely know its there.
Overall, Snowblind was a really well done short story/novella that screams horror but also hits you with some great atmospheric writing.
Snowblind by Michael McBride
Narrator: Gary Tiedemann
Length: 2 hrs and 41 mins
Series: Snowblind #1
Published by Self Published Genres: Horror
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They come at night.
A stranger staggers out of the wilderness under the cover of a blizzard and stumbles into a diner full of people. He collapses in the entryway, unzips his jacket, and allows the object hidden inside to fall out. Screaming commences.
Four old college buddies embark upon their annual elk hunting trip into the Rocky Mountains. This promises to be their last, for the passage of time is as merciless and unpredictable as the Colorado weather. And they're not alone.
There are other hunters in the mountains, stalking game of a different breed. They know exactly what they're doing, because they've been hunting in these woods for a long, long time. And no one ever survives to betray their existence.Also by this author: Subhuman, Unidentified, Subterrestrial
About the Author:
Michael McBride was born in Colorado and still resides in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. He hates the snow, but loves the Avalanche. He works with medical radiation, yet somehow managed to produce five children, none of whom, miraculously, have tails, third eyes, or other random mutations. He writes fiction that runs the gamut from thriller to horror to science fiction…and loves every minute of it.