Broom is the best when it comes to creating an epic tale out of almost nothing. The writer takes a simple thing out which he knits a huge and gigantic tale that is sure to attract the attention of the listener. The stories like Krampus and Der Kinderdieb really shake the listener to the core. The things that observe in writer’s creations are really one of a kind as the approach is totally different from the rest.
A man trying to change his life for the better is what the story seems to be all about when Chet Moran comes out of jail and tries to start a new chapter of life with his wife who is going to bore him a child quite soon. The sentimental relationship with his wife and the unborn child is what makes him change his attitude towards life.
Soon Chet and his family face an unspeakable evil from which they cannot run, the solution to all the problems that the family faces are a key that could restore the balance of good and evil in the world. Chet, in order to find the key, travels to the underworld not because he had an attraction toward that powerful tool but because of the fact that the life of his wife and child depends on it.
The story becomes quite intense when Chet for the first time feels the difference between life and death and also the pain of death is shown to him in different ways. The writer talks about ancient evils and gods in a detailed manner which makes the story more interesting as we as a reader want to know about the evil that has snatched Chet’s family away from him. R.C.Bray proves to be the best for the job of narration as his voice accurately mingles with the story and makes it perfect for the listeners.