"Fear the living, fear the dead, fear the Unspeakable."
Kenning Hall was more than a country home, it was the family's sanctuary away from the frenetic pace of London, until that day.
What happened that day was so horrifying, so devastating, that the place was left to ruin, until now.
A decade later, 32-year-old Rupert Harrison, the only surviving heir to the Harrison publishing dynasty, has ordered Kenning Hall restored to its former glory.
It's time to go back.
Now, if you think you've heard this story before, think again. This is just the beginning.
Something is waiting at Kenning Hall. Something vengeful, malevolent, and it will follow him home.
This book isn't creepy, it's downright terrifying. Be warned: Daylight will not save you.
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Eeriness to the max :O
I would without a doubt, it's perfect for curling up on a grey day and feeling the shivers creep up on you.
I think I would compare it to something like The Ghost by Robert Harris. Though different in genre, Unspeakable is also full of mystery and sinister twists throughout.
I would say Elizabeth is best performed, her shrill, cruel and capricious nature is truly captured under Matt's performance.
"Don't look back."
Most definitely will do that,and have done so already.
Dan Brown's Da Vinci code same pace and action,with chills.
I must say this... I have a very good imagination,but Matt brought the story alive,I felt as though I was partaking in an on screen thriller.
It was and I did,a listen fest carried it with me everywhere so I could listen and needed to know what was going to happen next.
The wisest spend of my hard earned cash,I enjoy reading with a passion,but if listening is fashinonable then "Unspeakable" audio is the new black.