Summary about this AUDIOBOOK
Is there light in the dark? Is there hope through redemption? What is the salvation of the soul, and when does the torture of the body end? The horrific moments of a death sentence, revealed through the frightened eyes of a convict; a victim of the Holy Inquisition, somewhere in Toledo, Spain. Time goes by, breath-taking; every inch of the dreaded dungeon can be a potential trap. The chasmatic pit, and the ruthless pendulum. Maybe a prayer -or even observation- could ease the worried mind. Will there be redemption, after all? What is the inevitable end, so relentlessly decided for this poor convict?
Some info on the author:
Edgar Allan Poe (January 19, 1809 - October 7, 1849) was an american poet, writer and a delusional wise. He is considered one of the most significant american romantisists. His work had a great impact throughout the global literature, and became the cornerstone of many new genres, such as detective stories, and horror literature.
Poe's reputation had been remarkable both in America and in Europe. Some of the most famous American literateurs had been influenced by Poe's work: W. Witman, H.P. Lovecraft, W. Falkner, And H. Melvil.
Narrated by: Nestor Kopsidas.
Featuring: Giannis Kampouropoulos
Artistic Director: Giannis Kampouropoulos
Sound Engineering / sfx processing / editing / mixing / mastering: Panos Asimenios
Original music score: Giannis Kampouropoulos
SPOKEN LANGUAGE: GREEK
Total Duration: 49 minutes
This audiobook has been recorded from December 2012 to January 2013.