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Publisher's Summary

Thinking of traveling Europe by rail? You might want to think twice after listening to this unsettling little tale of what should have been nothing more than a sleepy journey through darkness. 

Winner of the 2013 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction. Written by the Hugo and Nebula award winning author of The Trouble With Tribbles, The War Against the Chtorr series, The Man Who Folded Himself, and The Martian Child.

©2014 DG Media (P)2021 DG Media

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A decently written short story and failry well narrated. Nothing really wrong with it and I liked it. I did feel it was a bit thin though. And just a touch of " I think I've heard this before." Still worth checking out.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 08-22-22

"You need a better camera."

I'm not overly keen on most horror of creep stories: they usually try to hard and become tedius. Not this short story from David Gerrold who makes everything normal enough to just too the senses sideways. Narration by David Penz was naturally low key and excellent, too.
A good read, though best not on a quiet solo train journey.
My thanks to the rights holder of Night Train to Paris who made this audio available for free on request from Free Audiobook Codes

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  • 03-10-22

Good little story

A short story from the ‘Included’ catalogue. I quite enjoyed this. It was engaging enough to keep me riveted for the hour it took to read/listen.
Fairly creepy without any gory details so I’ll probably play it again in the car with the family sometime.