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Hell, Texas

Narrated by: Sarah Jackson
Series: Hell Texas, Book 1
Length: 3 hrs and 13 mins
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Four Hispanic college students drive through South Texas on a summer road trip. In the middle of nowhere they are stopped by a small town sheriff who accuses them of being illegal immigrants. Little do they know, he is no sheriff and the town he delivers them to is unlike anything else. The town is hidden in the hills and mountains of Southwest Texas.

There, the townspeople live by their own rules. When the sheriff brings the group to town, the residents are more than happy to explore the depths of human suffering. Each of them goes through their own personal hell as they are subjected to some of the most horrific experiences they never knew existed. They learn quickly they have arrived in Hell, Texas.

©2014 Tim Miller (P)2015 Tim Miller

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Unadulterated Gore and I loved it.

Grizzly and gory detail, not for the faint of heart. Tim Miller goes where others are afraid to venture. Story started off well, similar to other survival horror stories, with some exceptions, unadulterated violence, gore, sex and perversion.......and I loved it. Due to the underwelming naration of Sarah Jackson I found it hard to conect with any of the characters or get a real sense of emotion for the situation at hand. The story seemed to loose it's way a little towards the end, with it becoming a bit more tongue in cheek, but still quite a good anyway. The story will not only toe the line, it leaps over it, it will take you out of your confort zone!!! Would I read another Tim Miller novel? in a heartbeat. Master of the extreme horror genre.

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  • Joshua Wade
  • 02-08-2017

Audio is horrible

Content was ok but the audio is horrible. Must have been recorded in the narrators house as you could here a tv in the back ground. I even identified a baseball game. Also there are errors in the editing where the story repeated itself.

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  • FemmeFatale1011
  • 14-05-2019

Gory and Awesome!

The story was very disturbing, but in a good way. Yes, there is some noise in the background while Sarah Jackson is reading, but I enjoyed her performance. Overall a pretty good book, now on to Return to Hell Texas.

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  • Mandy
  • 26-03-2019

Unprofessional

I really like the narrator. She has a soft, eerie voice perfect for the story, and does excellent voices that makes it easy to keep characters distinguished. However, the quality was so unprofessional it was shocking: TV in the background, and repeated lines. I was tempted to get a refund it was so bad. I kept getting distracted by wondering how she doesn’t have a quiet place in which to record at her home, or how disrespectful her family is to be listening to the TV so loudly while she was working.

The story is gruesome, and not my style. It was recommended to me when I said I wanted to be “disturbed.” This is a different kind of disturbed—not scary, or thrilling, or poignant—but truly sickening. I’ve never been nauseated by mere words before. If that’s what you’re looking for, look no further!

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  • jason
  • 15-07-2018

Excellent !!

Great story, really enjoyed the concept. Not for the faint of heart, would highly recommend.

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  • Veli
  • 29-07-2017

Great Story

I really loved this books, for a short story it had some really interesting turns but the narrator kept fumbling with her words and whats with that radio? I could hear that radio blaring through the whole book. But it doesn't matter, 5/5.

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  • WHG
  • 28-10-2016

Awesome shit

I'm glad there are other sick f&%cks out there that think like I do. What a great book. Will be getting more Tim Miller books.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-07-2016

interesting

gross factor was along the lines of your other stories nothing epic but an all right read

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  • erobbins33
  • 22-07-2015

Most disturbing thus far!!!!

If you could sum up Hell, Texas in three words, what would they be?

What the hell??????

Who was your favorite character and why?

Not even going there! Everytime I kind of liked a character, they were either killed off or furniturized in a really gruesome way!!!! Ahhhhhhh!!!!

What does Sarah Jackson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She has this creepy, little girl voice , that can descend into a Mexican male, so quickly that you would SWEAR there are at least 2 narrators !

Who was the most memorable character of Hell, Texas and why?

The most memorable moment? Hah!!! I can't even talk about it!

Any additional comments?

I am a huge fan of Tim Miller, even though I can't seem to show it; my shock and awe preclude it ....I hope that someday, my orders will be known universally.

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