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Tealock is the prequel to Precious Amber, and it is highly advised that you listen to Precious Amber before listening to Tealock.
As children, we are led to believe there are monsters in the darkness - it has ill-prepared us for the monsters that walk among us in the light....
For years, the sickness grew inside him - stronger - needful of its want....
He knew what it was and knew that it was wrong - even fought it for a time....
But he was weak....
Desire - lust - perversion....
...were his sickness....
Alfred was a normal man to any who might see him walking by; even to talk to, one would never believe the darkness that lingered just below the surface. But a perverse evil lingered there - one that he was about to let out....
The first girl was meant to be the only one, but she failed him, and so did the next - or maybe he had failed them - but he would not stop until he found the one that would complete him....
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- Linda J.
I just finished listening to this as well as the prequel Precious Amber. I knew it was about a monster and abuse but it was hard to listen to. I hope people like this do not exist but I am sure they do. Tealock justifies his horrible actions repeatedly. The narrator was good overall but the voice when he was screaming was awful. Also 6 year olds would not be able to act as precious amber did. She would not have been capable at age 6 to plan and execute her escape. This is kindergarten age. She would have been too frightened to do anything but cry.
- M. E. A.
Thrilling and horrifying!
Tealock is a book I would never recommend to anyone but yet I couldn’t put it down.
Fuller does an incredible job of bringing the monster that is Tealock to life. Seeing inside his deranged mind was both thrilling and horrifying. It takes a special author to be able to write a story like this and Fuller is definitely one of them.
The narrator of the audiobook also does a fantastic job giving Tealock a voice. I was very impressed with his acting and it gave the story another layer to the sadistic evil that is Tealock.