Tunnels and Other Short Stories by P. J. Blakey-Novis – An Audiobook Review



Tunnels takes you on six terrifying journeys full of terror and suspense. Join a group of ghost-hunters, dare to visit the Monroe house on Halloween, peek inside the marble box, and feel the fear as you meet the creatures of the night.

Author: P.J. Blakey-Novis

Narrator: David Sweeney-Bear

Running Time: 2hrs 18 mins

Publisher: P.J. Blakey-Novis/Red Cape Publishing

Genre: Horror

Audio Release Date: 23/01/2019

My Rating of ‘Tunnels and Other Short Stories’: 4 out of 5

Purchase: Audible UK, Audible US, Amazon UK, Amazon US


I was provided with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

This was a fun, dark and twisted little collection.

The first couple of stories, although well told and well-written, felt as if they were lacking something near the end. I didn’t get that satisfied feeling I normally get when finishing something.

The rest of the stories made up for that. There’s one revolving around a creepy house and trick or treating that I thought was very good! Loved the end to it. A really great example of not only how to write a short story, but how to tell a complete story in so short a word count.

The second highlight of this collection was the title piece: Tunnels. Nothing like a ghost tour gone horribly wrong. I listened to the audio version of this and the narrator’s voice when calling out as a spirit sticks with me in the dark.

Very good collection, would recommend to anyone that wants a few short, dark reads on those cold, lonely nights.

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