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Mark's girlfriend dies in a car accident before he can tell her how much he loves her. He never believed in ghosts, but a well-meaning friend and guilt push him into new and dangerous territory. All he wants is the chance to say he is sorry. To speak to her one more time.
During a desperate, alcohol-fueled binge, he buys an Ouija board and calls Alissa. Is his drinking problem or survivor's guilt making him doubt his sanity? Or are the footsteps in the night and inexplicable messages real, has Alissa returned?
Gail and Jesse have their own guilt to bear, both tormented by a secret they have no choice but to keep.
Is it their fault Alissa died?
All they want is to help Mark through his grief, but his true plight soon becomes apparent. Evil is waiting, and it's worse than they can imagine.
Will Mark be sucked into the darkness, or will he send away his love to save his own life? Find out in this thrilling, fast-paced ghost story that will have you listening well into the night. Just remember to keep the lights on.
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By Teresa Noel on 07-01-18
The Sprit Guide series
I listened to book 3 first and really enjoyed it. I actually enjoyed it more then this book but then again usually the books do tend to get better as you go through a series. I am not saying that this book is bad in anyway. I did really enjoy it at well. Caroline Clark has done a great job with this book and this series. Jennifer Gilmour narrates the book and I loved her accent. IT really added to the story for me as it is based in the UK.
In the story Jesse was able to see ghosts as a child, but now as an adult he no longer sees them. He does have several spirit guides who show up to help him through trials in life. Gail is Jesse's girlfriend. She was a non believer until the ghosts healed her and brought her back from the brink of death, oh and now she is able to see spirits. Jesse ad Gail decide to open a Paranormal business to free stuck spirits and to help people being haunted.
Mark and Alissa are good friends of Jesse and Gail. One night after an evening together at Jesse's house Mark and Alissa gt into a terrible car accident. Alissa is killed. Mark swears a lady in white stepped into the road and he swerved to miss her. This is how the accident happened.
Jesse and Gail try to help Mark with his grieving. At first he just wants to be alone. He buys and Ouija Board to try and contact Alissa. The trouble starts when it is not Alissa he makes contact with but another spirit pretending to be Alissa, He receives Facebook messages and texts from Alissa's account wanting him to join her.
Jesse and Gail step in to help him get rid of the spirit if it isn't too late.
I can't wait to get the rest of this series. I love books featuring ghosts.
By JaxJournalist on 06-28-18
Solidly entertaining ghost story
This ghost story is a riff on the well-known urban myth about a mysterious woman in white who appears along deserted roads. Following a tragic accident that claimed the life of his girlfriend, Mark becomes lost in a haze of grief, guilt and regret. When he attempts to call her back from the beyond to apologize, he opens the door to supernatural peril that endangers not only his life, but the friends who come to his aid, Gail and Jesse.
The characterization is what makes this more than just a ghost story. Mark, Gail and Jesse are driven by their own motivations and reasons, which makes for a dynamic interplay among this cast of characters. We see Gail and Jesse's relationship as ghost hunters develop as they learn to trust each other while battling paranormal elements to save others' lives and sanity.
Jennifer Gilmour does a super job narrating the story. Her delivery is clear, well paced and easily differentiates between characters.
Recommended audiobook for fans of supernatural tales and ghost stories.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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By Kindle Customer on 07-17-18
Great story , terrible narration.
I love these books but this was overshadowed by the narrator's attempt at a shocking English accent . one minuet , northern , next Irish traveler , bit of south African , the list went on . I wouldn't purchase a book narrated by Jennifer Gilmore unless she stuck to her own accent .
By Alexandra on 04-10-18
was ok but couldn't get into it
the story was ok but for some reason I just couldn't get into it or feel the atmosphere. it could have been the narrator- I wasn't a fan of the performance and i found the accent distracted me!
I liked the part at the end where it said it was based on real life but in afraid it wasn't for mee