The Man Whom the Trees Loved


Read by Amy Gramour

(4.3 stars; 64 reviews)

The story of a man’s deep connection with nature and his wife’s fear of it. –Summary by Amy Larch Gramour (2 hr 30 min)

Chapters

01 - Chapter I 21:27 Read by Amy Gramour
02 - Chapter II 18:06 Read by Amy Gramour
03 - Chapter III 15:19 Read by Amy Gramour
04 - Chapter IV 10:09 Read by Amy Gramour
05 - Chapter V 15:08 Read by Amy Gramour
06 - Chapter VI 11:54 Read by Amy Gramour
07 - Chapter VII 13:51 Read by Amy Gramour
08 - Chapter VIII 23:49 Read by Amy Gramour
09 - Chapter IX 20:25 Read by Amy Gramour

Reviews

Reals You In


(5 stars)

Backwoods masterful use of words captures the mind in this tale of strife for a man's love and soul. He does not go for any cheap thrills, but instead builds the suspense with many turns, leaving you wondering what will happen next.

The Man Whom the Trees Loved


(5 stars)

A fantasticly eerie tale that's both claustrophobic and agoraphobic at the same time. It has real sense of menace and overwhelming dread that is rare to find these days. Also beautifully read by the narrator.

Very good book


(5 stars)

The reader did an excellent job. The book is very poetic and at the same time full of suspense. The description of nature is wonderful and chilling at the same time.

Really enjoyable!


(5 stars)

A Good book brilliantly narrated-the plot is original with a growing sense of unease.


(5 stars)

The forest - a place to fear since man first walked the earth. A place that prays on inner fears or comforts the soul. Wonderful story that leaves one pondering the truth,

Whom The Trees Loved


(4 stars)

Wonderful story! Do plants have souls? A couple who live on the edge of the forest find out. The reading was well done, and not monotonous.

Fine thriller! Is the wife going mad or the forest claiming


(5 stars)

Oaky


(5 stars)

Great story. Could have used less exposition and more action. For example, it might have opened with Sanderson painting in the forest. I'd love to see an adaptation like Richard Stanley's "The Color Out of Space."