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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A wonderful story

    Los Angeles is a city filled with beings not pumping gas or parking cars. Instead L.A. is a ghost town loaded with otherworldly spirits, some souls with a foot in the grave and the other on the freeway, and humans seeking to extend their LAST CALL on earth. Life and after life are competitors to obtain immortality.------------- In this weird 1990s Los Angeles, eleven years old Koot Parganas is raised by parents who worship dead Mahatmas and has been warned not to touch certain artifacts. However, the preadolescent ignores his parental warning to stay away from sacred items and breaks the bust of Dante. Inside is a glass vial that contains the preserved ghost of Thomas Alva Edison Koot steals the container and the spirit inside. However, ghosthunters and ghost addicts can ¿see¿ the bright lit spirit of the late inventor. They want it and are inspired because for no perspiration on their part they can gain incredible power. Sensing dangerous Hurricane Weather in which he is the eye of the storm, Koot flees with mortals, semi paranormals, and a canine chasing after him.----------------------- This is an exciting paranormal thriller that grips the audience once Koot disobeys his parents and never slows down as he finds many of the residents (not all living) want what he holds. The story line is fast-paced with many eccentric characters but Koot owns the plot. Readers will appreciate his L.A. ¿joy ride¿.------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2000

    A rare gift for making the common elements of life wonderfully magical

    This book, the bridge work of the series of that starts with Last Call and ends with Hurricane Weather once again demonstrate's Powers' unique ability to imbue the most common elements of life with wonderful, magical powers. You will never look at a cheap portable TV or a glass vial the same. If you're a Powers fan from the Anubis gates days, pick up this one and the two which frame it, you'll be glad you did. A wonderful read.

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