• Horror Story: Volume VI: Bedtime Story

  • By: G. M. Hague
  • Narrated by: G. M. Hague
  • Length: 2 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 11-01-2018
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Graeme Hague

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Publisher's Summary

When dreams turn to nightmares. It was just an old bed, bought for the spare room. Except that a hundred years earlier a witch called Rose slept in it. Now Rose's unhappy spirit comes as part of the deal. An angry ghost comes with the bed. That's not what you'd call a bargain. 

Angela and Nathan are a young couple, married only two years before. 

Rose's spirit despises happy couples. 

Sleeping in the bed promises erotic dreams with perfect lovers. A woman more passionate and daring than your wife, a man more considerate and satisfying than your husband. Before long, the dreams are much better than any reality. 

Three's a crowd in any relationship, especially when one of those three is already dead.

©2015 G. M. Hague (P)2017 G. M. Hague

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  • Muraenidae
  • 31-01-2018

Don't buy Antiques

Watching a lot of horror tv shows I learned not to buy certain types of houses, cars, chest of drawers, wine boxes, and now beds. What would happen to a relationship when a couple buys a new bed that is haunted by both an incubus and succubus? Nothing good.
G.M. Hague brings us another great short story in his collection. This paranormal thriller has a nice warning in the beginning about being a little bit more sexually explicit than his other novels. I've read plenty of stories were they went into a lot of explicit scenes to function as a crutch for a failing story. This isn't the case at all with this story and my response to G.M. Hague is, about time.
As always it is a true pleasure to hear G.M. Hague narrate his own book. Make sure you check out his music as well. Looking forward to the next book.
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  • Simone K
  • 25-02-2018

Best in Series So Far!

I am loving this horror series by G. M. Hague and this one was by far my favorite. I've enjoyed stories about a haunted object in the past, but none quite like this one. A young couple purchases an antique bed for their spare room, but quickly learn that the bed has a mind of it's own (and a sexual prowess of it's own, too). We are treated to a series of events seemingly perpetrated by the bed itself and spooky sexual affairs begin to take place between the characters in this tale, the bed included! I won't say more for fear of spoilers but I would recommend this story (and any of the horror stories by G. M. Hague) to anyone who enjoys fun horror. I find his brand of horror to be incredibly satisfying!

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  • Erika
  • 31-01-2018

Clever!

I was impressed that the author also narrated the story and enjoyed his aussie accent and the sound effects he put in. Angla and Nathan are an ordinary young married couple until she buys an antique bed. Their lives do a 180.

The story is short but filled with plot twists, suspense and a bit of sex. I can't say much about the story line but it's very clever how the author tied everything together. I enjoyed wondering what was going to happen next.

A very enjoyable story!

I received this book for an honest review.

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  • Deedra
  • 30-03-2018

Horror 4

This was a very good short story.An antique bed brings more than just charm into a home.G.M. Hague both wrote and narrated this story nicely.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”

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  • kelly lauffenburger
  • 21-03-2018

Enjoyable short story

This was the time I have read/listened to anything by G. M. Hague. He did a good job with the story and narration. This story had a few ghosts and an antique bed that was haunted and the story get me interested until the end. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Tatiana
  • 14-03-2018

The best kind of spooky ghost fiction

G.M. Hague is very good at writing spooky ghost type fiction, and this story is no exception. I have also heard his Hangman's Ghost, and I think I like this one even better. The mood of the story is very ghostly and creepy, and it paints a very good mental picture. The characters are interesting and distinct, but this Mr. Hague's work is very much about the story more than the characters. The strange things happening are things the reader feels might possibly happen to them, if the timing is just right, they are alone, and it is dark enough . . .

I really like these stories and hope there will be more of them.

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  • Michelle
  • 06-03-2018

Enjoyable horror

This was my first experience with G.M. Hague and I am looking forward to enjoying more of his work, The narration was done well and the story was engaging and paced well.

** I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom**

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  • Listener
  • 19-02-2018

I loved this ghost story

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This book was great.. with a few ghosts, a haunted bed and some sex.. what more could you ask for.

When Angela and Nathan purchase an antique bed, strange things and ghostly visits start for both.

I really enjoyed this story and the ending, a somewhat unpredictable.

It's the 2nd book of G.M Hague that I've listened to in the Horror Story series and have enjoyed them both.

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  • Teresa
  • 15-02-2018

An Unexpected Ending to A Great Story

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Another well written and inventive story by an author that never disappoints. "Bedtime Story" of the "Horror Story" series, is very creative and the unexpected ending makes it more so. The Australian author and narrator does an excellent job in conveying to the readers the nuances of his narrative. Well done! As far as I'm concerned the Australian accent adds charm to the narration. Reference to the sexual content, might be a little eccessive as it is used only in relation to the storyline and not for sensationalism. Worth your reading time if you like the supernatural and the unexpected.

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  • Diego
  • 12-02-2018

Read before bed

These two and a half hours flew by while listening to this book. I knew from the start I would like it by the prologue. His sense of humor and explanations had me grinning in the beginning. As he mention this is not a horror story in the traditional sense, more of a thriller with horror elements. I am usually oppose to short stories because in the end I always want a lot more story. This was the perfect length, just enough to keep you satisfied and not too long with mundane filler. G.M. Hague's accent was great and I thoroughly enjoyed his work. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.