Inside Jobs Audiobook
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I had a good laugh with this story. It’s definitely a unique time to be alive and these little Inside Jobs made me smile.
PS. Audible this months collection was wonderful. Thank you. For the last few months I passed on all of them. This month I got four.
Inside Jobs audiobook Series Shifters Unbound
There’s more holes in these plots than Swiss cheese. Ben Winters writes with all of the grace of a fanfiction writer, committing writing faux pas left and right. The motifs in these three short stories are all stolen from writers who did it better in a full-length feature book/script. For example: Stop Motion’s plot is literally just Christopher Landon and Carl Ellsworth’s screenplay, Disturbia–but now with a gay murderer, so you know it’s relevant. At best this design choice is tasteless and at worst it’s offensive. Affirmative action doesn’t count when you portray minorities as villains or criminals–only when they have redeeming qualities that ingratiate themselves to the reader.
The common flaw with all three of these short stories is that none of them actually address why everyone is on lockdown. These stories will be absolutely, incontrovertibly, irrelevant and dubious after the Covid-19 virus fades from memory. No one is going to pick up this audiobook and say “I have to know why these stories exist” because they are not titillating to the senses. And at no point does Ben Winters do anything beyond mouthing the words “quarantine.” It’s lazy story-telling.
Despite all of my disapproval of these stories, I have to say that The Cape House had the most potential out of all three. There was some good buildup here, and I actually wanted to know which brother was going to make a move first. But deus ex machina is not a good trope for horror. It’s not a good trope period, but using it in a horror story just deflates the tension that you were pumping into your bouncy castle of suspense all story long. Ultimately I was left wanting in a way that our author could never redeem.
Honorable mentions: the reading was acceptable across the board. Scott Aiello stole the show with his spot-on Upstate East coast accents. Good on ya, Scott.
Audiobook Inside Jobs by Cris Dukehart
I really enjoyed the three stories, especially the first one. I even chuckled a few times listening to the story. The accents the narrator did for the first story were what made it really good. These stories were even better with being confined during this current pandemic. It makes you wonder if things like this are going on. Definitely worth listening to. Great characters and stories.
Audio Inside Jobs narrated by Cris Dukehart
My favorite was the first story. I could totally imagine it. I spent a lot of time trying to find places to hide from family members. I mean, at first I was happy to have all the together time. Then it changed. Haha. I enjoyed the narrators. It was a fun listen.
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The Cape House kind of made my skin crawl, but The Crimson Parrot and Stop Motion were great, with that little touch of humor that always seems to make mysteries more realistic. Quarantine hasn’t really bothered me, possibly because I always did go around with an audiobook playing through the earbuds so it just annoyed me anyway when actual people interrupted, but it’s useful to hear about various other folks’ reactions.
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