Ghostly Tales: An Audible Christmas Gift


Book Blurb:

“The days are getting colder, the nights are getting longer, and as Christmas approaches the time is high for some ghostly tales. As an exclusive gift for Audible members, settle down, snuggle up and listen to four chilling ghost stories, read by Simon Callow. Four great stories, one master storyteller – what could be simpler than that?

Also featuring Sally Phillips, John Banks and Dan Starkey, this exclusive recording includes ‘Between the Lights’ by E.F. Benson, ‘A Strange Christmas Game’ by J.H. Riddell, ‘Was It an Illusion’ by Emelia B. Edwards and ‘The Signalman’ by Charles Dickens.”

My Thoughts:

With Christmas just round the corner, a wee review before the big day. This little early present had dropped into my email inbox, as it has been such a great year to be an audible member they wanted to share their happiness.

This delightfully scary collection expertly narrated by the great Simon Callow, is a great way to frighten your way into this years festivities.

Containing four very different tales of christmas terror, between ‘The Lights’, ‘A Strange Christmas Game’, ‘Was It An Illusion’ and finally, ‘The Signalman’.

As I said, not one of the stories is the same, each taking your imagination to a different time, place and people. The ghosts… some are obvious, but most leave you wondering “…was it really there?”. These are the type of stories I enjoy most, doubting your own eyes, mind and sanity, best way to occupy a dark wintry evening.

If you like a bit of a fright stepping into Christmas I thoroughly recommend this four story bundle.

So with that I wish all my followers a fantastic Christmas and New Year celebrations, and I look forward to discovering more brilliant audiobooks with you in 2018.

You can find more of Simon Callow’s work here:

You can find it on Amazon here:

You can follow Simon on Twitter here: @SimonCallow





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