Darrion and Heather are vicious serial killers who have been torturing and murdering young women for years. It seems like nothing can stop them, until they catch the eye of an ancient demon who will stop at nothing to devour their souls. The body count continues to rise as the couple desperately races across the country to escape the unstoppable demon.
Don't miss this horrifying new novel from international selling author James Hershey, Jr., that's sure to have you jumping at shadows and keep you up all night. Critics have called this incredible, a mad rock-n-roll rollercoaster ride, and the scariest book of the year!
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I had hopes for this story at the beginning and there is the makings of a good story, however after 3 minutes of listening to Milo Spires, I pulled out my headphones and turned to my Wife and said "I don't know that I am going to be able to listen to this story!" After about the tenth "I love you baby!' and another ten "I love you too!' in I felt even less confident.Milo Spires has the kind of voice that to me reminds me of a witch, cackling whilst she drags all ten of her long, grimy blood encrusted fingernails down an extremely large blackboard (or chalkboard)! One particular point in the story has Milo talking in the two main characters voices to each other, whilst saying in his own voice in between (poorly dubbed too I might add), "Heather said" and "Darrion said!" or "Darrion said to Heather!"I fast forwarded a number of times hoping that the story would become so good, that the fact my ears were nearly bleeding from the endless assault from the narrator, wouldn't seem so bad. It didn't! I didn't finish the book. I couldn't finish the book! I am not sure still which was worse, the story itself or the narrator. One thing was certain, both together was way too much and I cringe at the sight of the books cover. At least that makes the story scary in one way!
I doubt that there is anything that could make this book more enjoyable. To do so would mean I had enjoyed it to some level to begin with!
I personally don't think that Milo Spires should ever narrate another audio book EVER! If I see a book with his name as the orator, I wouldn't buy it no matter who the author was.
All of them. The two main characters were ridiculous. The detective was a joke. The demon who was his daughter telling him he had to hurry daddy was uninspiring to say the least.
Save your money or monthly credit. Save your ears and also the speakers you use to listen to your books. Save your sanity and time; don't listen to this dribbling ridiculous terribly read trash! It is that bad.
"I am legion is awesome"
Milo Spires did a great job narrating this book. Milo's accent suprised me, but suited the book . the book was awesome. In parts it turned my stomach it was written well.
I would recommend this book to all those who aren't turned off by gore
I loved the special effects that went into Legion's voice . The storyline was gruesome and the demon was the best.
I've only heard snippets that he has on u-tube. This far outshines any I've heard before .
I would take Heather out. She's a raging lunatic. I'd be wondering if she was going to slaughter the chef and grind him up for a meatloaf
I think Milo Spires should do gruesome books . He's very good at them
"Powerful, Scary and Dark"
Heather because she never gives up she fights until the very end. She is crazy but loyal to a fault.
He brings the story to life.
This book is definitely dark and full of horrific crimes. Heather and Darrion are monsters who thrive on other peoples terror and fear. Legion is a demon but not and is definitely driven. The author did a great job of writing these characters and made me feel like I was standing there watching all the different crimes but could not help the victims. The plot is definitely interesting. It is scary, terrifying, gruesome and twisted. The author definitely did a great job of describing the scenes and characters. I was truly in awe of the ending thought the author did a great job with it and the story.
This is my first audio but after falling in love with the book I wanted the audio to listen to it because I know it differs listening compared to reading Both are amazing in this case
They were all very good and interesting but the ending was my absolute favorite where Heather battled Legion in her mind
Ahh yea.. it was fear!! Kept me on edge and heart beating fast
I am Legion is one of the best books Ive ever read!! I don't get to read as much as I would like but as soon as I received I am Legion in the mail I opened it up just to get an idea of the writing and from Page 1 I could not put this book down!! I needed to know what was going to happen next all the way to the end! I absolutely love James Hershey Jr.'s writing and will continue to buy every book he publishes Never a dull moment in either books Ive read by him Makes you wonder how someones mind comes out with such greatness
"Truly entertaining and bizarre"
I loved that this was far from your typical story. The "heroes" were the serial killers. Or was it Legion? There is no protagonist. Only two joyous killers against a creature who has been doing the same things they have, but for centuries.
I have to say, I liked Darrion. He's a guy who loves his wife and enjoys his life to the fullest. He's smart, but not so smart that it's unbelievable. He reacts to a horror movie situation better than most characters do and I respect that.
I've never read any of his other books... but I think I will check them out after this.
What a strange question to ask about a book. If I could take one character to dinner, who would it be and why? Legion. In the narrative of this story... he's not truly a bad guy. He's been wronged and is out for revenge. I can relate to that. He's seen all of human history and I'm sure he could tell some interesting stories. Quite simply, he is a multitude of people and would be the best possible dinner guest... until he devours your soul.
The narrator has a very distinct accent. Inner city British type. If you are someone who can't stand that, then you may not like this reading... but I loved it. His voice lent the perfect quality to the adventures of two serial killers and an ancient creature from the dawn of time.
"Good supernatural/serial killer story."
The narration was really bad, it was very difficult to listen to the book due to the high and low pitches of the audio.
by choosing a different narrator
Fans of Natural Born Killers and Kalifornia would enjoy this book but get the print version.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review
"I was just bad."
It just wasn't good. I didn't finish it but thats because I couldn't.
No the writing was really choppy. The information was not very well researched. It seemed like it was written by an 8th grader.
He tried. But the production sound was not good and his accent did not fit the characters at all.
Don't listen to this book.
The voice of narrator
Can't pick just one loved as a whole
The character singing
Was a excellent storu
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