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A REVIEW FROM MY COMMUTE: Creepers by David Morrell #urbanexporation #horror

So what wonderful audiobook do I have to introduce to you today?

Creepers

David Morrell

CreepersOn a cold October night, five people gather in a run-down motel on the Jersey shore and begin preparations to break into the Paragon Hotel. Built in the glory days of Asbury Park by a reclusive millionaire, the magnificent structure – which foreshadowed the beauties of art deco architecture – is now boarded up and marked for demolition. The five people are “creepers,” the slang term for urban explorers: city archeologists with a passion for investigating abandoned buildings and their dying secrets. On this evening, they are joined by a reporter who wants to profile them – anonymously, as this is highly illegal activity – for a New York Times article. Frank Balenger, a sandy-haired, broad-shouldered reporter with a decided air of mystery about him, isn’t looking for just a story, however. And after the group enters the rat-infested tunnel leading to the hotel, it becomes clear that he will get much more than he bargained for. Danger, terror, and death await the creepers in a place ravaged by time and redolent of evil.

After reading the synopsis of this one, I had to give it a try. While I’m not technically brave enough to become a creeper, the idea of investigating derelict buildings is fascinating to me. You never know what you’re going to find and without giving the plot away too much, there’s nothing about the Paragon Hotel that I’d want to get mixed up in. Definitely worth the listen.

Rating: 5 out of 5

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