Nathaniel

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Nathaniel is a horror fictional novel. It is written by John Saul who is known for writing quality suspenseful and horror fiction novels. There is quite a diverse range of such exciting novels in his archives. If you want to check out a few of the best ones then Suffer the Children and In the Dark of the Night are his top works.

The narration of this chapter is done effortlessly by Emily Sutton-Smith. It was a good performance and made this horror fiction sound too good.

The story is set in the superb summers and the golden fields. A very peaceful village gets darkened by the death legends. But the question is that who is Nathaniel? The people of Prairie Bend for 100 years have whispered this name in complete fear and wonder. Some say that he is just a folk tale or a legend who is created for the sake of frightening kids on those cold winter nights. Some of the people believe that he is a spirit who has returned to take some revenge. And soon, it is expected that a few people will also believe that he lives still and he is a reality.

Michael Hall has just arrived at the isolated Prairie Bend after the tragic sudden death of his father. Nathaniel is the voice that calls Michael Hall across the prairie night. And, this was quite a horrifying experience for Michael and also for the listeners.

The book is excellent and it promises to keep you right at the edge of your seat. The narration from Emily was also quite good so here is a complete package for horror fictional lovers of audiobooks.

 



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