Book Review: Nugget: An extremely twisted SHORT STORY by Matt Shaw

Posted April 26, 2017 by lomeraniel in Horror, Review, Uncategorized / 0 Comments

Book Review: Nugget: An extremely twisted SHORT STORY by Matt ShawNugget by Matt Shaw
on 10-23-15
Length: 56 mins
Buy on Amazon/Audible
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Overal Rating: four-half-stars

READERS TAKE NOTE: This is A SHORT STORY. It is intended for the members of Kindle Unlimited who have been requesting me for short, sick, bedtime stories. As part of Kindle Unlimited they are able to download this title for free. If you wish for a longer story to read, please do not purchase any of the White Cover Books (aka 'F*cked-Up Shorts' range of tales). A good place to start would be The Black Cover Books (for lovers of extreme horror).
Jake nearly has everything he wanted from life. He has the good looks. He has the money. He has the fame. He has the model wife. He has the booming film career and popularity. The only thing he doesn't seem to have is the luck and - soon after that - he also finds himself without arms or legs...
Matt Shaw takes you on a short, disturbing journey of messed up love in this new story from his infamous F*cked-Up Shorts range.
Expect the unexpected.

My original Nugget: An Extremely Twisted Short Story audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.

Jake has been leading a successful life. He is a rich actor with a beautiful wife, but one day he has a tragic car accident and both his arms and legs need to be amputated.

This is a just story, just under one hour duration. Even though being brief, it powerfully transmits a lot of emotions. I am not going to deny that it is very disturbing and not for the faint of heart, but I found the premises and development quite original and strong to not leave anybody indifferent.

As it is a short story it is expected that the characters are not very developed, but the tale speaks for itself, and we will get more than we expect from it. The end is completely unexpected, and I think everybody will try to understand what pushed Jake’s wife to do what she did. It is so disturbing that it will give you nightmares.

It took me some minutes to get used to the Scottish accent, but I have to say that Chris Barnes rightly delivered the characters emotions and transmitted the darkness of the story. I would like to listen to other books narrated by him.

I would recommend this book to anyone into horror and weird stories, with the positive aspect that it will make a quick listen, ideal when you have little time to spare.

Available at Amazon/Audible

Story (Plot)
four-half-stars
Narration
four-half-stars
Overall: four-half-stars
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