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With a paranormal revolution ensuing, the team must stop the ...
With a paranormal revolution ensuing, the team must stop the twisted bloodbath. But a past horror involving the death of a former teammate has them spinning faster than a specter in a storm, especially when they learn that it’s his ghost who awakened the Dark Lady. Now, with their lives on the line and the entire town at stake, the three must decide whether to trust the spirit of their old friend or to finally put a stake through his heart.
Posted November 2, 2012
Story starts out slow, but gets going before you realize it you're in the midst of some ghostly excitement. The ending was there before you could say Library.
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Srry nick forgot wht to put for the top........i wake up one morning to find myself in someone eleses home i sit up and look around trying to remember where i am and y i am so sore.i stand up ad walk around i see red solo cups and paper plates and cans so im geussing i was at a party. I must have been tired and passed out. I walk out of the room and see two police officers standing there i call out to them and ask what happend they dont answer so i just move on . I walk outside were i see an ambulance at this point im freaking out and screaming no one is answering to me!!! I decided to go to my friend billys bc he was at the party ad would tell me ..i ring his doorbell and he answers when he looks at me he has a bad look on his face ..he closes the door after a walk in i ask him what happend and he leads me to his room.he tells me we went to the party and alot of girls were drugged raped and killed i asked him who had died and he looked at me and said sara penelope and .....you .....i said im dead?but no i start crying and screaming how the helllz can you see me then? He says i dont know i i-am so confused ...i asked him if hmissed me he said y would u ask tht u were everything to mee and i lost u.i looked at him puzzeld ...im sorry its not my fault ..i m a g h o s t ? How is that possible? I go bak to the party house and wak into the room i was in this morning.i look at the bed and i see myself i look so peace ful but lost.i lay down next to my cold body.and i disapear into total and complete darkness .........thanks for reading.......ashleyWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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Posted November 19, 2012
On the heels of Ghost Hunting, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson strike while the iron is hot and collaborate with Tim Waggoner on their next paranormal novel: Ghost Town. The town is Exeter, the most haunted town in America and the story opens at the Forgotten Lore book store. Tonya Jackson, a college kid trying to make ends meet just wants to get rid of the last customer so she can get on to more important matters. Her friends are hosting a girls' night of tearjerker movies. However, until the annoying tourists make their purchase, Tonya is stuck and her patience is wearing thin. She hates October in Exeter. This is the month every year when the largest paranormal festival, Esotericon, invades Exeter. All it did for her was subject her to the craziest of the crazies in search of that opportune moment to party with the afterlife. Little did Tonya know it would be her last October in Exeter.
With their introduction of Tonya out of the way, Hawes and Wilson waste no time in shining the spotlight on three more characters: Amber Lozier, Trevor Ward and Drew Pearson. Fifteen years beyond high school, they reunite and return to Exeter to face down their demons. After a horrific experience thanks to their mutual interest in paranormal phenomena (and the burning to the ground of the Lowry House), it seems the plot is anchored for the story to take off. The event: Esotericon - an annual freak-fest frenzy for paranormal enthusiasts.
While the pace of this story doesn't necessarily drag, there is a fair amount of obvious cheekiness that tends to weigh it down in places. Some of the character descriptions; particularly Greg Daniels, are a little too overstated. Greg is a person from their past who has since passed over to the other side. When his spiritual self is introduced and resurfaces, his persona is overkill with his arrogant and know-it-all deliveries. Hawes and Wilson also spin a subplot of: does the guy get the girl the second time around when they introduce yet another character, Jenn Rinaldi, an Asian-American beauty who happens to be a former lover of Trevor's.
Even though the read itself is fairly fluid, there is a needless complexity throughout that is attributable to the overabundance of star characters. I found myself on more than one occasion pausing in order to refresh who was who and what their role was in the story line. The authors achieved what they set out to do in the writing of Ghost Town. It is a novel that plants the distinct question in the reader's mind of what goes on in life after death? I do have a fascination with that very wonder. However, I struggled with the premise given the writing jumped around among too many characters and the scenes didn't seem to flow in a natural progression before I was redirected to another part of town.
Quill Says: What does lurk on the other side?
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Posted June 24, 2012