‘Confronting the Hostile’ (Audiobook) by Joy Mutter


Confronting the Hostile – Audiobook

(Audiobook)

Following the multi-storey carpark scene in the previous book (where Serena and her pal take a flying walk to freedom), retired cop John and DCI Damon become the unexpected ‘keepers’ of Joe and Tile X. The demonic bathroom tiles stick to their usual routine and are soon making hideous and unrelenting demands on the unlucky humans – if the unfortunate coppers don’t hand over the names for the deadly tiles to slaughter, their joint futures will be short. And very painful.

Though I’d already read ‘Confronting the Hostile’ (book 4 in The Hostile series), I was interested to listen to the audio version to see how it stands up in the entertainment stakes. Actor and voice artist Alexander Doddy narrates this episode, bringing a new dimension to the gory tale with his range of accents and talent as a storyteller. This particular copy came via a free trial with Audible – Amazon’s spoken audio entertainment wing – and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it.

NB I’m not too au fait with Whispersync, but apparently if you already have the Kindle version, you can add the audio for a mere £2.99. Bargain.

 
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  3 comments for “‘Confronting the Hostile’ (Audiobook) by Joy Mutter

  1. November 15, 2017 at 17:26

    Thank you for this review, Colin. I listen to a lot of audio books.

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    • November 16, 2017 at 09:19

      I’ve only just started, though I do listen to a lot of radio drama, so kinda similar thing.

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  2. November 15, 2017 at 16:26

    Reblogged this on Wordywoman world.

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