Review of “Don’t Look Back, Agnes” by Kathryn Meyer-Griffith and Narrated by Lesley Ann Fogle

Overall 4 Stars

Performance 4 Stars

Story 5 Stars


I really enjoyed the story “Don’t Look Back Agnes”! It is rather macabre at times which gives the story a supernatural feel.

Agnes has been gone from the small town of Fairfield for 20 years. She left when she turned 18 to escape the the town and the memories of the place she was kidnapped from when she was 16 years old. But now her life has changed again, and she moves back home six months after her Army soldier husband is killed in action in Iraq to take care of her ailing mother who is now in a nursing home.

Not long after her arrival in Fairfield she learns that once again teenagers are mysteriously disappearing just as they did all those years ago, and it is not long before the grandmother of one of the missing teens asks for her help finding her.

Along the way Agnes meets some ghosts who also want her help to destroy the evil that has returned to the town.

This is not a long story (less than two hours in length), but is well worth the listen.

Lesley Ann Fogle does a decent job narrating the story. I thought she sounded rather lethargic at times, but I got used to it and in the end really enjoyed it.

I received a copy of this audiobook from the author in exchange for a fair review.


About Jeffrey Owens

Not much to tell. I am married and have a daughter and a grandson. I am an aspiring writer. I am a devout Pentecostal. I love football, NHRA professional drag racing, baseball and sometimes hockey. I sing and play guitar and write songs.
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