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  • Title: Six Stories
  • Author: Matt Wesolowski
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  • Page: 292
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1997 Scarclaw Fell The body of teenager Tom Jeffries is found at an Outward Bound center Verdict Misadventure But not everyone is convinced And the truth of what happened in the beautiful but eerie fell is locked in the memories of the tight knit group of friends who embarked on that fateful trip, and the flimsy testimony of those living nearby 2017 Enter elusive i1997 Scarclaw Fell The body of teenager Tom Jeffries is found at an Outward Bound center Verdict Misadventure But not everyone is convinced And the truth of what happened in the beautiful but eerie fell is locked in the memories of the tight knit group of friends who embarked on that fateful trip, and the flimsy testimony of those living nearby 2017 Enter elusive investigative journalist Scott King, whose podcast examinations of complicated cases have rivaled the success of Serial, with his concealed identity making him a cult internet figure In a series of six interviews, King attempts to work out how the dynamics of a group of idle teenagers conspired with the sinister legends surrounding the fell to result in Jeffries mysterious death As every interview unveils a new revelation, you ll be forced to work out for yourself how Tom Jeffries died, and who is telling the truth.
    Six Stories Scarclaw Fell The body of teenager Tom Jeffries is found at an Outward Bound center Verdict Misadventure But not everyone is convinced And the truth of what happened in the beautiful but eerie fe

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    1. This was a little bitty book that packed a mighty wallop WOW I just keep saying that over and over While I was initially drawn in by the cover, and we all know Chelsea is a sucker for pretty pictures, the inside is what sealed the deal I ve never been a huge listener of pod casts, not because I find them boring or unappealing, but due to the fact I usually can t squeeze in the extra time and find a quiet place to do so This gave me the best of both worlds I was able to read a book per my usual r [...]

    2. This is a book that strives to bring something new to the suspense genre, riding on the coattails of the popular podcast Serial, urging readers to follow along and draw their own conclusions about the mysterious death at hand If you haven t experienced Serial seriously, what are you waiting for , the format of this book and the many times the podcast itself is mentioned, just might drive you to give it a listen Believe me, you won t regret it both seasons have proven to be wholly addicting and b [...]

    3. I d rate this 4.5 stars.Wow, this was crazy good I wasn t really sure what to expect but it definitely surprised me I may be in the minority, but I never listened to any of the Serial podcast I know, I know was supposed to be fantastic, but strangely enough, I have a real problem focusing if I have to just concentrate on listening to something Reading, watching television, listening to music are all fine, but listening to a podcast or an audio book doesn t work for me I m a little too manic, I g [...]

    4. The book is mostly made up of the transcripts of a podcast, well maybe not transcript but I can t think of a better word so fuck it, following a series on a murder that took place years ago during a camping trip The podcast host, Scott King, interviews six different people who knew the victim, Tom Jeffries, and presents the circumstances around Tom s death Tom was one of the kids in a group of five that belonged to a local wilderness club started by parents On the day of one of the trips Tom dis [...]

    5. Six Stories is a creepy, atmospheric, suspense filled psychological thriller fueled by unreliable memories coupled with fear, myth, and darkness We like to give things names, personify our darkness On a camping trip 20 years ago in eerie Scarclaw Fell, 15 year old Tom Jeffries went missing His body turned up a year later While police didn t entertain murder at the time, his story made headlines and became a national sensation Told in the format of six podcasts covering Tom s disappearance, small [...]

    6. 4 STARSAn unusual approach in a mystery book ALWAYS gets my attention This one is presented in a podcast style format OH YES YES I do love me a crime podcast By the way, this book keeps referencing SERIAL, but SERIAL is kind of old news by now Can we talk about ATLANTA MONSTER MY FAVORITE MURDER CRIMINAL SWORD SCALE Sorry, I digress.I wanted to love this book as much as my readerly friends all seem to love it And I do love it, BUT while innovative and brief a very short little book the story act [...]

    7. Ingenious, inventive, gripping, unique, all and of these words could be used to describe this wonderfully suspenseful book Six Stories by Matt Wesolowski was an utter pleasure to read that I thoroughly enjoyed.It was such a refreshing change to read a story that s told in a stunningly original and modern way using up to date media such as podcasts It s amazing how quickly you are hooked into the fabulous narrative as soon as you start reading, it really is an attention grabbing plot.The body of [...]

    8. Copy furnished by Net Galley for the price of a review.Up from the depths of the murky muck of the marshland in Scarclaw Woods, a shambling figure emerges All claws and teeth and long grasping fingers, and she is hungry Is Nanna Wrack real or just the product of a stoner s wild imagination A group of bored teenagers encounter a childlike man, Haris Novak He likes to watch the animals in the woods He misinterprets the interaction between he and the teens, thinking he has found some friends His na [...]

    9. Raking through the earth of old graves.You know the thrill of it The creep that slithers in from drawing out ancient tales of the undead The inability to turn away when the whispers begin to ooze out of mouths recanting stories of those dark, gnarly figures that walk soundlessly through the night Searching, clawing their way out to encompass the unsuspectingMatt Wesolowski presents a story that will have you checking under your bed for than just those ol dust bunnies who have long taken residen [...]

    10. What a unique read Capitalizing on the recent success of the iTunes podcasts Serial , but in book form This could have been a hot mess, but it is really well done In fact I would bet that the audio is even better I grabbed this book from NetGalley after I kept seeing a lot of 4 and 5 star reviews The marketing synopsis really doesn t do it justice, so once again came through in directing me to a great read that I would have normally taken a pass on.Strong in characterization, the story surrounds [...]

    11. Dark Twisted Creepy Crazy Fantastic Matt Wesolowski is a natural born writer It is very hard to believe that this is his debut novel.This mind blowing novel is told in present day, 2017, through podcasts about the murder of a teenage boy, Tom Jeffries, that took place 20 years ago in 1997 With six podcast interviews and six transcripts of those interviews, Wesolowski s story telling is original, pure genius and works on so many different levels He draws you in from the very first sentence on the [...]

    12. The amazing Chelsea from The Suspense Is Thrilling Me blog gave this book a HOLY GUACAMOLE That right there is enough to convince me this is a must read

    13. This is an excellent anthology with a lot of originality and unexpected surprises As first it began with the feeling of being just another book, but it quickly built up into something amazing.

    14. I have seen so many great reviews of Six Stories since I read it and have been patiently awaiting my turn whilst leading up to it with a Six Stories about Six Stories set of features but now here we are my day for the blog tour and I find myself speechless Well ok not really but Six Stories is a book that rendered me speechless for a little while after finishing it.There is actually no way I can improve on what everyone else has been saying, Six Stories is a genuine marvel of a novel with its te [...]

    15. Six Stories has been on my radar since I saw everyone ranting and raving about it all summer long I know that I m a little late to the party, but honestly it was perfect timing for me to pick this read up I ve never listened to the podcast Serial, but I always hear water cooler talk in the office about it I m of a Bitch Sesh podcast listener RealHousewives, but I do love crime mysteries and figured that this story would be an original telling of a genre that has gotten so played out I m here to [...]

    16. screams THIS BOOK IS SO GOOD Guys Buy this book JUST DO IT ok but seriously, full review to come, but this book is AMAZING Fiercely original, a puzzle that just hits you over the head with its final reveal.Find my full review here crimebythebook blog 2017 3

    17. Thanks to Janel over at keeperofpages for the recommendation I loved loved this The setup of this story was so dope Im definitely looking forward to hydra Full Review to come

    18. Scarclaw Fell is a wild area in Northumberland popular with hikers, cavers climbers Its beautiful but treacherous terrain is riddled with marshes, old mine tunnels neolithic grave sites In 1996, two adults 5 teens arrived for a few days of RR during school break Sadly, one of them went missing was never found.In 1997 the land was purchased by Lord Ramsay, much to the dismay of locals environmentalists But for his son Harry, it was the perfect place to hang with a couple of friends plenty of booz [...]

    19. This was a fun thriller I correctly guessed the killer early on, but there was a big twist at the end that I didn t see coming, so that made up for it What also made up for it the interesting format It s told as if it were a podcast and each chapter is an episode, focused on a conversation with someone involved in the long ago murder being investigated Maybe like a 3.5 3.75 a lot of fun, but not the best thriller I ve ever read.

    20. All my reviews can be found at thebookreviewcafeIf you are looking for a new and different type of thriller to read look no further than Six Stories by Matt Wesolowski it s a classic murder mystery with a modern twist The story is told through podcasts, which immediately piqued my interest, as it s such a highly original concept to use in story telling In the series of six interviews journalist Scott King investigates the truth surrounding the death of teenager Tom Jefferies who died two decades [...]

    21. .99 on 07 02 17I don t know of anything I can add to the great reviews here This book was different from anything I ve read in the way it was written Great character study of six individuals, mystery, psychological thriller and a little horror, what s not to like I loved the description of Scarclaw Fell but not sure I d want to visit Great time of year to read this one I want to read from this author.Great cover

    22. Welcome to Chocolate n waffles I m Donna and this will be my one and only review podcast.In the next paragraphs, we will take a look at a book who has not left readers indifferent For the past weeks, its cover has been spotted all over the blogosphere We will try to understand and discuss the reasons behind its success.Readers seek originality After reading a few books from the same genre, one can become jaded with the same patterns being used over and over again A usual example is the old inves [...]

    23. All of my reviews can be found on novelgossipOrenda Books has a knack for publishing unique, fresh books under the umbrella of crime fiction and once again, I m completely blown away by one of their books Six Stories is a wholly original, modern twist on a classic murder mystery There are six distinct stories, six very easily distinguishable voices used in this podcast style book Tom Jeffries was fifteen when he disappeared in 1996 and his body was found a year later Twenty years later and Scott [...]

    24. I am an avid reader and crime is, undoubtedly, my favourite genre Over the years, it is unusual for me to say that the book I was reading was truly something different, but I really think this is a bold and original novel and it works really well The novel is set out as a series of podcast episodes, rather like Serial, in which the mysterious, masked host, Scott King, takes cold cases and interviews those involved to allow listeners to come to their own conclusions.This novel is, therefore, set [...]

    25. Creative, unique and unforgettably absorbing This a brilliantly crafted, character driven thriller that takes us on a journey to solve a 20 year old murder and spotlights the physical and psychological effects and consequences of bullying.The writing style is unconventional, with the narration being told completely through true crime podcasts and some internal musings And the characterization is raw with a cast of teenage characters that are young, rebellious, impressionable, and impulsive Overa [...]

    26. 1997 Scarclaw Fell The body of teenager Tom Jeffries is found at an Outward Bound centre Verdict Misadventure But not everyone is convinced 2017 Enter elusive investigative journalist Scott King, whose podcast examinations of complicated cases have rivalled the success of Serial, with his concealed identity making him a cult internet figure In a series of six interviews, King attempts to work out how the dynamics of a group of idle teenagers conspired with the sinister legends surrounding the fe [...]

    27. In 1996, Tom Jeffries disappeared at Scarclaw Fell A year later, the owner of the land discovered his remains Misadventure No one was charged.20 years later, in 2017, Scott King airs 6 podcast interviews with the people who were there at the time of Tom s disappearance People who back then were just a bunch of free range teenagers under the care of 2 adults.Hereby you could well be considering 2 facts 1 Podcasts Really Does anyone even listen to podcasts and2 Tom s disappearance happened when th [...]

    28. Ok so you all know Orenda Books by now, right RIGHT If not, you should be ashamed Consistently publishing great books for the past two years, Six Stories is yet another absolutely stellar addition to its catalogue I have had my beady eyes on this book since Karen mentioned it months ago, and it so totally and completely lived my expectations Even though Six Stories is not out until next year, you need to add this to your wish lists YESTERDAY Six Stories is so completely modern and relevant which [...]

    29. This is a book that simply lends itself to being listened to because it is based on podcasts These episodic radio programmes look into the death of 15 year old Tom Jeffries who disappeared one night in 1997 while on an outward bound type outing with a group of four friends supervised by two adults Twenty years later, six people who knew Tom and were at Scarclaw Fell in Northumberland at the time of his disappearance are being interviewed about their memories of that time These podcasts are inter [...]

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