Ghosts Of San Francisco (Tales Of Eclipse Volume 1)

Ghosts Of San Francisco (Tales Of Eclipse Volume 1)

by Mord McGhee

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BN ID: 2940152001587
Publisher: Mord McGhee
Publication date: 06/22/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 230 KB

About the Author

Mord McGhee is an award-winning (2014 recipient of Dan Poynter's Silver Science Fiction Medal), American author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, active professionally since 2014. His body of work can be found in competitive markets around the world. McGhee is a featured contributor to The Horror Within Magazine ( as a TV Critic. For all the latest see What experts are saying: Adam Davies "... a great addition to the genre." Loren Coleman "... a uniquely intellectual American novel." Stan Gordon "a family in search of healing with a 'little' cryptozoology..." Steve Alten "Intense. Graphic. Provocative. The psychological thriller has a new voice and it is Mord McGhee." "IT'S NOT DYSTOPIA TO THINK HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF." ~Mord McGhee 2014

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Ghosts of San Francisco 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
semosier More than 1 year ago
This book will keep you up all night reading. It is dark, fast paced and full of action. The plot is well developed. The characters are great. This is an exciting book by a great storyteller.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Prose that is lean and sharp. Philip Dick meets Guns and Roses.
BudM More than 1 year ago
Is this a Stephen King pen name? Awesome read, scary as hell and fast paced.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was an action-packed, terrifying science fiction mind-bend. The voicing is unique and told through recorded transcripts. When you find out what is really going on it blew me away. I cannot wait to see where this series goes. The author may very well be the George Orwell or Philip Dick of our time. Highly recommended but I would say no readers under age 16.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
at first it read like a cyberpunk game but then I realized it was something entirely different. It was like I got to see into the heads of a few people for brief flashes of their lives. The world is our own and is mostly left openended. It wasn't until the second time I read it (after a new novel by the author) that I understood how it takes an idea and makes something new. I only got the ebook but there is no option to add comment here. maybe its not on nook
Kristin_S_Kim More than 1 year ago
Great read, definitely an author to watch! Disclaimer: I received an e-copy in exchange for an honest review. I must start off by saying, having not read the synopsis before I started the book (I try not to go into a book I'm going to review with any preconceived notions), I was pleasantly surprised when the title turned out to mean something drastically different than normal "ghosts". And that wasn't a bad thing, trust me. This book was incredibly unique and very interesting, and it kept me turning pages as quickly as I could. I especially liked how the chapters were constructed, where some would give back story and others were structured as a deposition of sorts, recorded for posterity and investigation. It provided a different point of view every so often and allowed for a different frame of mind, something I found very refreshing and extremely beneficial for this story. All-in-all, this was a great book, and I will definitely add this author to my watch list for the future. 5 stars
GammiChoo More than 1 year ago
Very interesting reinvention of the traditional "ghost story." I was taken by surprise at how quick the plot moved and how many plots/subplots twisted and intertwined. Looking forward to more. My only caution is that it is PG for violence, some language, and gore.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Imagine if the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo happened 200 years in the future, that is one of the many themes running through the book. There is a ton going on and it is tied together beautifully. The technology is SO realistic, does this guy have a time machine? It left a lingering fear I never knew I had. I read the Paperback version. Loved the hidden content concept.