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Posted January 27, 2011
A Terrific Cross-Genre Thriller
I really enjoyed Soul Trapper. Lennon has a unique style that deftly blends elements of crime drama, science fiction, and the supernatural. Which makes the book impossible to categorize, but a blast to read. The book does a great job of placing the characters in present-day LA, but at the same time creates a separate but compelling sub-culture of the paranormal. Highly recommend it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 19, 2010
readers will enjoy Kane's Lone Ranger efforts to help ghosts
Reporter Eva Kellis thinks there is more to Kane than just being another twenty musical wannabe. She is right as musician Kane Pryce enjoys partying as a means of forgetting his day job. His late father found the soul trap, which enables Kane to rid facilities of ghosts, helping the spirits leave earth; though his efforts do not always end happily.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
In a Lompoc, California church Kane captures six years old Ollie Lonzi, an impish ghost. However, Kane does not stop with the catch. He investigates what happened to Ollie. Fifty years ago, Ollie and his mother an actress died in a car crash. Kane realizes the child spirit is nice but lonely. He digs deeper into the death, which leads the investigator to Las Vegas. Feeling the child needs his mother Kane searches for the ghost of Ollie's mom. When he finds her, he falls in love. To keep Ollie safe she traded her soul to a demon who has marked Kane.
This Ghostbusters paranormal thriller stars an intriguing dispirited individual (he is the anti Dr. Venkman) who due to his profession distrusts people in general as knows from the testimony of spirits how evil even family can be, Music is his outlet, but at times the hip scene intrudes on the exciting saga of Ollie the imp. With an odd unexpected climatic spin, readers will enjoy Kane's Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore's version) efforts to help ghosts.