B. J. Harrison Reads The Eyes - äänikirja
"Phil, my dear boy, really -- what's the matter? Why don't you answer? Have you seen the eyes?"
An older gentleman invites a group of friends over for dinner and to discuss the supernatural. Afterwards, when only two guests remain, he tells them a story about The Eyes, about a man who is repeatedly haunted at night by a pair of grotesque eyes floating over the foot of his bed.
'The Eyes' is a short, sharp read that slowly enters your psyche and leaves you with a paragraph that may haunt you forever, because it's not about ghosts at all... Elegantly eerie and similarily atmospheric, this Edith Wharton story makes a great companion to Henry James' 'The Turn of the Screw' (1898).