- Author: Kelli Owen
- Narrator: TJ Richards
- Release Date: July 2017
- Length: 8hrs 26m
- Publisher: Gypsy Press
Jenny Schultz wakes trapped in a pitch-black basement with no recollection of how she got there. With no outside stimuli, Jenny naturally turns inward and revisits her guilt-ridden past, desperate to figure out which wronged person would be angry enough, evil enough, to do this to her.
She must survive her own demons, and then time itself when she finds remnants of previous captives—a plate, a tooth, a bone. Scratched hashmarks in the stone walls around her, leave her to wonder what happens next.
What happens after six days?
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Praise for SIX DAYS
“This is one HELL of macabre, psychological mystery. Owen has a terrifying talent for pushing the reader’s buttons, one right after another, until you’re trapped in the same lightless, inescapable cloak of HORROR as the main character. One of the most suspenseful books I’ve read in long time, and a stellar debut.”
~ Edward Lee, author of HOUSE INFERNAL, BRIDES OF THE IMPALER and more…
“Kelli Owen has pulled off a kind of dark magic with this book and done so with an assurance rarely seen in a first novel. She’s made us care deeply about a flawed character completely alone in the dark, a scary one-character play peopled with everyone she’s close to…which is no mean feat for any magician. And the ending packs a hell of a wallop.”
~ Jack Ketchum, author of THE GIRL NEXT DOOR, OFF SEASON, THE WOMAN and more…
"Gripping and unpredictable"
It's a scary prospect, waking up in some kind of tomb and it would be easy to knock out a predictable storyline. But the author had me gripped straight away! The trips back into the victims past, the mental journeys back in time to all the things that haunt her are excellently told.
T.J Richards as narrator, does a great job of drawing us through this horrid event without over or under dramatising the delivery. The story moves at a great pace and I found myself saying "just one more chapter before I go to bed!"
The story is strong and believable and it doesn't follow the kind of script where you know what's coming.
The narrator has a smooth and warm voice and is a joy to listen to. I thought her performance was perfect for this book.
I wish I could tell you how it ends.... but I won't! You'll have to listen for yourself!
- Gabrielle Baker
Kelli Owen interview on The Horror Show with Brian Keene, episode 113. She talks briefly about audiobooks and Six Days at the 01:26:00 mark. "Phenomenal!"