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This AudioBook has a full cast of characters! Over half a dozen actors and actresses were cast to complete this audio drama production. Rhinehoth - Centuries ago, a great castle was built in the mountains of Germany's Black Forest. Its ancient guardians still thrive in its walls, forever protecting its dark secrets, holding captive an enemy that threatens their very existe This AudioBook has a full cast of characters! Over half a dozen actors and actresses were cast to complete this audio drama production. Rhinehoth - Centuries ago, a great castle was built in the mountains of Germany's Black Forest. Its ancient guardians still thrive in its walls, forever protecting its dark secrets, holding captive an enemy that threatens their very existence. Foretold is a story of an ancient warrior that is to return to the castle to free the captive Vampire Prince. Simon Roberts was a petty thief who fled England to escape Scotland Yard after a series of unsuccessful jewelry store heists. He was recruited to do a job in Germany where he was to simply drive the getaway car while providing a look out. He thought this was going to be an easy job and a way to break into the German crime scene. But things go terribly wrong, and he ended up being the only survivor of the botched heist. Simon is quickly sentenced to a prison called Rhinehoth. This is where Germany sent the worst of the worst, surely not a place for a petty thief such as himself. Rhinehoth is a great German castle that was converted in the late 1930s to a Stalag for war criminals of World War II. The converted prison's modern day inhabitants are relentlessly tortured, starved, and sleep deprived. This contributes to the prisoners' delusional visions that help hide the truth and keeps Rhinehoth's secrets. Their captors are the army of Werewolves who have survived the centuries off the very flesh and blood of Germany's worst forgotten criminals. Simon, imprisoned, becomes plagued with visions from his subconscious ancient past with confusion of his modern day consciousness. He discovers through his visions that he is the ancient warrior Guthrie, who has come to free the Vampire Prince and all the captives, while saving the world from a dark plan of biblical proportions that has been orchestrated over the centuries!


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This AudioBook has a full cast of characters! Over half a dozen actors and actresses were cast to complete this audio drama production. Rhinehoth - Centuries ago, a great castle was built in the mountains of Germany's Black Forest. Its ancient guardians still thrive in its walls, forever protecting its dark secrets, holding captive an enemy that threatens their very existe This AudioBook has a full cast of characters! Over half a dozen actors and actresses were cast to complete this audio drama production. Rhinehoth - Centuries ago, a great castle was built in the mountains of Germany's Black Forest. Its ancient guardians still thrive in its walls, forever protecting its dark secrets, holding captive an enemy that threatens their very existence. Foretold is a story of an ancient warrior that is to return to the castle to free the captive Vampire Prince. Simon Roberts was a petty thief who fled England to escape Scotland Yard after a series of unsuccessful jewelry store heists. He was recruited to do a job in Germany where he was to simply drive the getaway car while providing a look out. He thought this was going to be an easy job and a way to break into the German crime scene. But things go terribly wrong, and he ended up being the only survivor of the botched heist. Simon is quickly sentenced to a prison called Rhinehoth. This is where Germany sent the worst of the worst, surely not a place for a petty thief such as himself. Rhinehoth is a great German castle that was converted in the late 1930s to a Stalag for war criminals of World War II. The converted prison's modern day inhabitants are relentlessly tortured, starved, and sleep deprived. This contributes to the prisoners' delusional visions that help hide the truth and keeps Rhinehoth's secrets. Their captors are the army of Werewolves who have survived the centuries off the very flesh and blood of Germany's worst forgotten criminals. Simon, imprisoned, becomes plagued with visions from his subconscious ancient past with confusion of his modern day consciousness. He discovers through his visions that he is the ancient warrior Guthrie, who has come to free the Vampire Prince and all the captives, while saving the world from a dark plan of biblical proportions that has been orchestrated over the centuries!

30 review for Rhinehoth - AudioBook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brian Niskala

    Excellent Read! Vampires, werewolves, paranormal romance even witches! All set in a dark Gothic setting! All taking in the historical accuracy of the period past and present while being so descriptive it reads more like a movie than a book! What more could you want in a horror novel! A Fun Scary Thrill Ride!

  2. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn Jordan

    This book is very poorly written. It is as if the writer has no conception of the English language. Every page is riddled with errors and it greatly detracts from the story. The story is not very good either. I wanted to like this book because the author enticed me to buy it, but it failed miserably. The author says I am the first to complain, but I believe that must be because others do not know how to reach him. Perhaps I am aware of the many editing mistakes because I am accustomed to reading s This book is very poorly written. It is as if the writer has no conception of the English language. Every page is riddled with errors and it greatly detracts from the story. The story is not very good either. I wanted to like this book because the author enticed me to buy it, but it failed miserably. The author says I am the first to complain, but I believe that must be because others do not know how to reach him. Perhaps I am aware of the many editing mistakes because I am accustomed to reading some of the very best literature. I do not recommend this book at all.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    This was much better than expected. there are some great plot twists and very intriguing characters. It is a believable scenario and very well written and complete for a standalone novel. Definitely a page turner I would recommend.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Megan Suchodolski

    This book seems so good! I want to read it sooooo bad

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chris Topher

    Overall it was a pretty good story. It got a little wordy at times, but it was entertaining. I'm a fan of the Underworld movie series, and this fits right in there with it. The hardest part about reading this book was the editing. The formating for the e-book (what I read on my Nook Color) seemed to be all over the place. Sometimes, there would be a paragraph at the top of the page, then a break in the middle, and the next chapter would start at the bottom of the page with one or two sentences. T Overall it was a pretty good story. It got a little wordy at times, but it was entertaining. I'm a fan of the Underworld movie series, and this fits right in there with it. The hardest part about reading this book was the editing. The formating for the e-book (what I read on my Nook Color) seemed to be all over the place. Sometimes, there would be a paragraph at the top of the page, then a break in the middle, and the next chapter would start at the bottom of the page with one or two sentences. There was also a grammar issue. Now, I will admit that I don't always have the best grammar (thankfully my wife was good at proofing my English papers in college), but there were quite a bit of places where there was the wrong word in a sentence. There were sentences that seemed awkward as well. Perfect example was towards the end (spoiler here) where Simon is going back into the castle. On top of the wall he kills a guard and the line goes, "He sheathed his sword and wiped it on the guard." Simon is pretty talented if he can wipe off his sword while it is in the sheath. I wouldn't mind recommending it to others, and I'm curious to read what else is available from the author.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lauryn

    I don't buy that any sort of professional editor took a look at this book. There were so many consistent errors, I had to read it in small chunks to get through the whole thing (it became personal after a point; I WOULD finish this book). Structurally, there were a number of gaping holes in the plot and the biggest chunk of flashback was sloppy in its execution (and I'd like to see more details of the research that went into the historic setting because it seemed to be all over the place). There I don't buy that any sort of professional editor took a look at this book. There were so many consistent errors, I had to read it in small chunks to get through the whole thing (it became personal after a point; I WOULD finish this book). Structurally, there were a number of gaping holes in the plot and the biggest chunk of flashback was sloppy in its execution (and I'd like to see more details of the research that went into the historic setting because it seemed to be all over the place). There might be a half-way decent novel in there somewhere but it needs A LOT of work. Can't recommend this as is.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    What a great story! The only reason this has 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the spelling and grammatical mistakes. It reads like something that has been translated into English. Keeping that in mind made it much easier for me to overlook all the inconsistencies and spelling errors. Well, that and the fact that the story was so engaging, that I just had to keep reading! I loved the plot line, the twists and turns in the story, and the history "flashback"..... Overall a great read. If you love What a great story! The only reason this has 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the spelling and grammatical mistakes. It reads like something that has been translated into English. Keeping that in mind made it much easier for me to overlook all the inconsistencies and spelling errors. Well, that and the fact that the story was so engaging, that I just had to keep reading! I loved the plot line, the twists and turns in the story, and the history "flashback"..... Overall a great read. If you love werewolves and vampires set in a spooky old castle, give this one a shot.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lesly Hodo

    This is a fun, quick paced good time! If you like a litte violence with your vampires and werewolves, you'll like this book. There is a need for better editing and you'll notice errors here and there. (This may have been corrected with later editions.) The writing seemed to be slightly amature, I'm not sure of the authors experience, but I was entertained and liked the story.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Karina Garcia

    Rhinehoth was a great read! Author has a unique style, but once you get use to it, it flows well. Character development is awesome and the book is filled with action and excitement with every turn of the page!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    what I read of the book was good, but I couldn't find the whole thing anywhere.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mehedi Hasan

    Excellent read, it was a awesome thrill ride as described'

  12. 5 out of 5

    Roxie Valeriano

    Fantastic! I always loved vampires and werewolves!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Stacey

    I gave this two stars because the plot was SO promising and fun, but the execution was just not good. I stopped reading at page 50.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Randy

    I tried... I really did. Just couldn't get into it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Deneale Williams

    This was my first time to ever review an audio book. I mean don’t get me wrong, but I rarely get read to. Reason being, is because I read at a pretty fast pace. But let me tell you something, when the book is read to you, it makes it a lot easier to take notes. However, it also makes it a lot easier to get scared. It is relaxing, and a lot like a movie, I mean if you have an active imagination like I do. I stopped taking notes at one part. I closed my eyes, I was there. And then I was grabbing my This was my first time to ever review an audio book. I mean don’t get me wrong, but I rarely get read to. Reason being, is because I read at a pretty fast pace. But let me tell you something, when the book is read to you, it makes it a lot easier to take notes. However, it also makes it a lot easier to get scared. It is relaxing, and a lot like a movie, I mean if you have an active imagination like I do. I stopped taking notes at one part. I closed my eyes, I was there. And then I was grabbing my cat and dropped my phone, clicked something, scared the cat and the dogs, and just messed up my train of thought and had the dogs barking at what- they didn’t even know. I looked around, because Brian, the author is a jerk and told me to turn the lights off. He said I honestly needed a storm too. There wasn’t one here, but I swear the temperature dropped in the room, and it was like someone was there with me. And the thing is, I wasn’t even sure I was actually going to ever get to review this book. Brian is a man of little words. He sends emails like this: “Hi.” From the email address “Rhinehoth.” I think he thought I would know or recognize the name. So with his very informative email, I decided to do some research. I seen he was an author. I mean, don’t get me wrong, eventually he did inform me he wanted to know how my review process works, or something, but again, it was one sentence. I’m not kidding. I’m guessing he only has a lot to say when he scares the heck out of people and gives them nightmares. Then, he makes sure you remember his name. This book was published on October 12, 2009. I think he purposely gave birth to this book around Halloween. The timing was impeccable. It’s only 196 pages or 760 KB. Then reading Brian’s bio where he attended both public and private school, whereas sometimes it was Catholic I know why the ‘scary’ decided to make an appearance. (Joking!!! ) We all know Germany has a bad rap, do we not? Thank you Hitler. Well you see, centuries ago in Germany’s black forest back in the mountains there is a castle. It holds many ancient secrets, and within its dark creepy walls, are ancient guardians who attempt to guard and keep those secrets. Within this castle is being held an enemy that can ruin their very existence. Within this very book, holds the story of a warrior willing to step up and free the captive Vampire Prince. The way this story comes to pass will amaze you, or “trip you out”, if you will, speaking in modern slang. But the way it is foretold, will amaze you even more. “Rhinehoth” is prison in Germany where the worst criminals were sent. Simon Roberts is a petty thief, who escaped the Scotland Yard, where he was being chased for many crimes. Afterwards, Simon gets recruited to drive the getaway car in Germany, and provide look out. This he is sure he can handle without getting caught, and making and mistakes. The heist ended up getting screwed up, and Simon ended up being the only sole survivor, and getting caught. So guess who gets sentenced to “Rhinehoth”? You got it! Now “Rhinehoth” is great German castle, unfortunately, today the criminals are tortured, sleep deprived and starved. As we all know, things like this can cause delusions. And when the delusions get the best of you, this is when you let them take control, and the guards become werewolves, and you become a warrior, and you can help someone, or so you think. You will see through Simon’s own eyes what he see’s and feel what he feels, like you are Simon. And you will actually think that maybe, just maybe….he isn’t delusional after all. He just might be telling the truth. I mean, you never know. I mean, maybe it’s just a dream. Maybe it’s real. Is it, or isn’t it? Maybe you should read and find out. In the dark, during a thunderstorm, like the author suggests. Brian is an amazing story teller, honestly. This book is five stars. I will listen to it many times over. I loved being read to, and I loved being scared to death. I loved every minute of this. “Rhinehoth” is an amazing read, I wanted to own the hard back, until I seen the price. Then I almost died. Brian, I am so glad you sought me out, please write another book, I want to read more! And get someone to make this into a movie! Five stars! Go buy a copy! You will be extremely satisfied, I promise!

  16. 5 out of 5

    AudioBookReviewer

    My original Rhinehoth audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer. Rhinehoth is a prison converted from a castle to house war criminals; now it houses everyone from petty criminals to murderers.  Located in Germany’s Black Forest there is no escape from this prison for anyone.  Kept in constant confusion from sleep deprivation, starvation and brutality of the guards, prisoners struggle with what is real and what is not.  This is how the castle keeps its secrets! Simon, Mous My original Rhinehoth audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer. Rhinehoth is a prison converted from a castle to house war criminals; now it houses everyone from petty criminals to murderers.  Located in Germany’s Black Forest there is no escape from this prison for anyone.  Kept in constant confusion from sleep deprivation, starvation and brutality of the guards, prisoners struggle with what is real and what is not.  This is how the castle keeps its secrets! Simon, Mouse and Siegfried are imprisoned together.  Maxine, the adopted daughter of the warden has her secrets as well.  Together they try to rescue one another, learn the secrets of the castle and save the world.    They discover that the castle is the feeding ground for hybrid werewolves and a prison for the vampires which makes escape for humans impossible. It is through his visions and Maxine that Simon learns he is an ancient warrior who can free the Vampire Prince and Maxine from their captivity and defeat the army of werewolves.  Simon makes an ultimate sacrifice in a last-ditch effort to save everyone – but is it enough? Rhinehoth was a new take on the vampire/werewolf stories.  I liked how the castle played an integral part of the story bringing the ancient into the modern-day.  Brian Niskala did an excellent job of building the story, connecting the characters and using old myths and tales to bring his solidly written story.  Niskala is an excellent wordsmith using detailed imagery to allow the listener to see his story vividly. The dialog was smooth.  The viciousness of the guards was vivid; the story was engaging and captured the listener’s attention.   A long story but one that is well worth the listen – twists and action mixed with horror. John Pennington did a great job of narrating – the accent and his flow of words were steady and engaging.  His rhythm was slow and well-paced; his voice was soothing and calm.  He did not become lost in the action – rather he controlled his voice projecting the essence of the book – horror!  I think Pennington was perfect for this book! The production was fine; it was theatrical.  I, personally, do not enjoy theatrical readings with music and sound effects but this was well done. I recommend this book to anyone who loves vampires and werewolves. Audiobook was provided for review by the author.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jeannette

    This was an interesting read. I think it had a different take on the whole vampire plot and it was refreshing to not have it focused on a romance or folklore cliches. Having it set in a modern-day prison (though the prison itself isn't exactly modern) was a unique move and yet it made sense; old castles lend themselves to creepiness and being in prison lends itself to brutality and the need for escape. They certainly opened it up for a sequel at the end. My one slight issue was I wish they bette This was an interesting read. I think it had a different take on the whole vampire plot and it was refreshing to not have it focused on a romance or folklore cliches. Having it set in a modern-day prison (though the prison itself isn't exactly modern) was a unique move and yet it made sense; old castles lend themselves to creepiness and being in prison lends itself to brutality and the need for escape. They certainly opened it up for a sequel at the end. My one slight issue was I wish they better explained the connection between Simon and Guthrie. I can't figure out if it was just a simple past life thing or something more mystical.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    It's a very interesting plot for story with all the twist, plus add vampires & werewolves.. What more can you ask.. A must read book.. It's a very interesting plot for story with all the twist, plus add vampires & werewolves.. What more can you ask.. A must read book..

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lenard Corpuz

    greatread, very suspenseful, this is a perfect book that i read as of this year.book well done.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Rhinehoth by Brian E. Niskala Poor Simon Roberts. He doesn’t know what he’s in for. He fled England because he had made one too many mistakes in the criminal world. Now in Germany he hopes to make his entry into the jewelry heist business by acting as the getaway driver. Things go very, very wrong for him and he ends up in Rhinehoth prison, which is an isolated ancient castle that was converted to a prison in WWII. Rhinehoth has many secrets and Simon is afraid of most of them. Earlier this year, Rhinehoth by Brian E. Niskala Poor Simon Roberts. He doesn’t know what he’s in for. He fled England because he had made one too many mistakes in the criminal world. Now in Germany he hopes to make his entry into the jewelry heist business by acting as the getaway driver. Things go very, very wrong for him and he ends up in Rhinehoth prison, which is an isolated ancient castle that was converted to a prison in WWII. Rhinehoth has many secrets and Simon is afraid of most of them. Earlier this year, I read the classic The Sound of His Horn by Sarbanand this spooky, suspenseful tale has echoes of that classic. Isolated German castle – Check! Aristocratic jailers bent on a ‘higher’ purpose – Check! Strange, beast like qualities in some of the humans – Check! Dark mystery and deep suspense – Check! If you have enjoyed that classic, then I think you would like this book because it has much of the same flavor but with more going on. There’s werewolves and vampires and an ancient hero come to life and deep questions about choosing morally right over instinct. Quite frankly, I wish we had had two days of thunderstorms so I could listen to this book with lightning flashing outside my windows and rolling thunder above. Simon Roberts starts off as a fairly simple man. Stuff always ‘happens’ to him (he’s never the architect of his own circumstances, according to him). Indeed, he’s a little bit of a whiner. Then he gets sent to Rhinehoth and stuff really does start happening to him that is weird and dangerous and often leaves bruises. I started to feel for the guy. For a chunk of the book, he does fumble around, simply trying to serve out his time. Then this mix of curiosity and self-preservation pushes him to look around a bit more. With his friends Mouse and Michael, they come across some really questionable things, like lots of bodies hanging suspended in vats. Ugh! Dr. Maxine Huellen is the daughter of the warden (Adolph). Well, adopted daughter. She has a lot of secrets. She’s got these ice blue eyes and Simon finds he’s very drawn to her. In fact, he has several sexual dreams of her. The story makes much out of these dreams, but I have to say that Simon is dreaming what most of the inmates are dreaming, since it appears that Maxine in is the only female on the premises. For much of the story, she is the only female and nearly her entire role is as the sex object/object of affection, though we do occasionally get glimmers that she actually has a degree and does use it from time to time. A few other ladies appear much later in the book, such as Esmerelda (who is highly sexualized) and some witches. Simon starts having these rather vivid memories that he’s not sure are his memories. The first one is from his childhood and involves wolves. Then a little later in the story he has a very, very long flashback of a dream that explains a chunk of the Rhinehoth history. While I enjoyed this part of the story, it really did take me out of the main story line for a significant amount of time. Also, I felt the timeline became a bit muddled. The book description talks about ancient times, centuries past. Yet I think that tanks and Hitler were mentioned in this long flashback, so I was definitely confused as to what happened when. The last two or three hours of the book felt really sped up to me. A lot happens in those last hours whereas the pace has been steady throughout the rest of the book. For instance, Simon takes several weeks to become a trained fighting man in the space of perhaps three sentences. Still, the ending did maintain the tension we’ve had for the entire book and Simon has this big chance to show his true grit. This final bit of the book really plays out questions of souls, the morale good, might vs. right, etc. There’s a lot of good stuff going on in the end, I just wish it had the same page time as the rest of the book. All in all, it was a worthy suspenseful tale of werewolves and vampires that relied on characters and plot and not so much on gore and body count. I received a copy of this book at no cost from the author in exchange for an honest review. Narration: The narration is OK. The main narrator, John Pennington, sounds bored most of the time. Then other character voices (and I think some are performed by other narrators though I can’t find a credit to them) cut in and out, sometimes overlapping Pennington’s narration by a beat or two, and sometimes they aren’t the same volume. Then there are some sound effects here and there, but for most of the story they are so quiet I am wondering what they are and if they are really on the audiobook. The editing does get better as the story moves forward. The ladies especially put a lot of emotion into their characters. In fact, the performance of all the female characters is very theatrical and shows a distinct difference to Pennington’s subdued performance.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Poor Simon Roberts. He doesn’t know what he’s in for. He fled England because he had made one too many mistakes in the criminal world. Now in Germany he hopes to make his entry into the jewelry heist business by acting as the getaway driver. Things go very, very wrong for him and he ends up in Rhinehoth prison, which is an isolated ancient castle that was converted to a prison in WWII. Rhinehoth has many secrets and Simon is afraid of most of them. Earlier this year, I read the classic The Sound Poor Simon Roberts. He doesn’t know what he’s in for. He fled England because he had made one too many mistakes in the criminal world. Now in Germany he hopes to make his entry into the jewelry heist business by acting as the getaway driver. Things go very, very wrong for him and he ends up in Rhinehoth prison, which is an isolated ancient castle that was converted to a prison in WWII. Rhinehoth has many secrets and Simon is afraid of most of them. Earlier this year, I read the classic The Sound of His Horn by Sarban and this spooky, suspenseful tale has echoes of that classic. Isolated German castle – Check! Aristocratic jailers bent on a ‘higher’ purpose – Check! Strange, beast like qualities in some of the humans – Check! Dark mystery and deep suspense – Check! If you have enjoyed that classic, then I think you would like this book because it has much of the same flavor but with more going on. There’s werewolves and vampires and an ancient hero come to life and deep questions about choosing morally right over instinct. Quite frankly, I wish we had had two days of thunderstorms so I could listen to this book with lightning flashing outside my windows and rolling thunder above. Simon Roberts starts off as a fairly simple man. Stuff always ‘happens’ to him (he’s never the architect of his own circumstances, according to him). Indeed, he’s a little bit of a whiner. Then he gets sent to Rhinehoth and stuff really does start happening to him that is weird and dangerous and often leaves bruises. I started to feel for the guy. For a chunk of the book, he does fumble around, simply trying to serve out his time. Then this mix of curiosity and self-preservation pushes him to look around a bit more. With his friends Mouse and Michael, they come across some really questionable things, like lots of bodies hanging suspended in vats. Ugh! Dr. Maxine Huellen is the daughter of the warden (Adolph). Well, adopted daughter. She has a lot of secrets. She’s got these ice blue eyes and Simon finds he’s very drawn to her. In fact, he has several sexual dreams of her. The story makes much out of these dreams, but I have to say that Simon is dreaming what most of the inmates are dreaming, since it appears that Maxine in is the only female on the premises. For much of the story, she is the only female and nearly her entire role is as the sex object/object of affection, though we do occasionally get glimmers that she actually has a degree and does use it from time to time. A few other ladies appear much later in the book, such as Esmerelda (who is highly sexualized) and some witches. Simon starts having these rather vivid memories that he’s not sure are his memories. The first one is from his childhood and involves wolves. Then a little later in the story he has a very, very long flashback of a dream that explains a chunk of the Rhinehoth history. While I enjoyed this part of the story, it really did take me out of the main story line for a significant amount of time. Also, I felt the timeline became a bit muddled. The book description talks about ancient times, centuries past. Yet I think that tanks and Hitler were mentioned in this long flashback, so I was definitely confused as to what happened when. The last two or three hours of the book felt really sped up to me. A lot happens in those last hours whereas the pace has been steady throughout the rest of the book. For instance, Simon takes several weeks to become a trained fighting man in the space of perhaps three sentences. Still, the ending did maintain the tension we’ve had for the entire book and Simon has this big chance to show his true grit. This final bit of the book really plays out questions of souls, the morale good, might vs. right, etc. There’s a lot of good stuff going on in the end, I just wish it had the same page time as the rest of the book. All in all, it was a worthy suspenseful tale of werewolves and vampires that relied on characters and plot and not so much on gore and body count. I received a copy of this book at no cost from the author in exchange for an honest review. Narration: The narration is OK. The main narrator, John Pennington, sounds bored most of the time. Then other character voices (and I think some are performed by other narrators though I can’t find a credit to them) cut in and out, sometimes overlapping Pennington’s narration by a beat or two, and sometimes they aren’t the same volume. Then there are some sound effects here and there, but for most of the story they are so quiet I am wondering what they are and if they are really on the audiobook. The editing does get better as the story moves forward. The ladies especially put a lot of emotion into their characters. In fact, the performance of all the female characters is very theatrical and shows a distinct difference to Pennington’s subdued performance.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Red

    I just finished reading Rhinehoth and want to say few words about this book. Firstly the story captivates you from the first pages when Simon Roberts gets imprisoned in Rhinehoth prison. In this castle he becomes plagued with visions from his mind and through these visions he discovers that he is an ancient warrior who has to free a Vampire Prince. I loved that the author draws a mental movie in a readers mind and you can clearly see everything that is happening in your imagination. And this mov I just finished reading Rhinehoth and want to say few words about this book. Firstly the story captivates you from the first pages when Simon Roberts gets imprisoned in Rhinehoth prison. In this castle he becomes plagued with visions from his mind and through these visions he discovers that he is an ancient warrior who has to free a Vampire Prince. I loved that the author draws a mental movie in a readers mind and you can clearly see everything that is happening in your imagination. And this movie is very engaging. I loved this story.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Spartan

    I am a horror fan, and because of that, I am a very tough audience to please. I got this audio book on a recommendation of a friend and didn't regret, it exceeded all of my expectations. Interesting story, spooky atmosphere, great action scenes narrated by many different narrators, makes this audio book one of the best I've ever listened. I wish there are more books like this, and I highly recommend it to everyone, and not just to the horror genre fans. 5 stars from me !

  24. 4 out of 5

    Harnemo

    What a great Gothic horror book which has both vampires and werewolves in it. I was afraid that there will be many clichés here, but the story is unique in this genre, and very well put together, with decently developed characters. All the narrators were awesome, this was a completely different experience for me than any of the previous horror audiobooks I've listened. I could totally see this audio book as a movie one day!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Andrii Sedniev

    The Rhinehoth prison is a very interesting premise and Simon Robers is a very interesting character that is. Simon Roberts is imprisoned in Rhinehoth and together by other prisoners he is guarded by the army of Warewolves. The book is full of interesting historical facts and unexpected twists. Although I am not a big fan of warewolves stories I found this book highly captivating.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Karol

    If you love a really good book . this is the one for you ...I read this book in the evenings and it was perfect ... it takes you away to another world ...

  27. 5 out of 5

    Josh Spears

    Someone should really proof read this thing!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nikos Markakis

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Drendel

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ambar troutt-huffman

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