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From Ferrel D. Moore, author of Tainted Blood, comes The Ghost Box. A cryptic letter from her husband Michael's grandmother fills his wife Ashley with a foreboding that proves disastrously accurate. Now her friends are dead, her husband missing and she's hunted by an evil from Michael's past. In another part of the country, Ian Hunter confronts a family secret over a century old. He must find a way to stop a terrible creature from destroying everyone and everything he cares about. Together, Ashley and Michael face an onslaught of paranormal forces in their search for the only means of their salvation - a device called the ghost box. But the ghost box has a devilish guardian and the device leaves only death and despair in its wake.
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By Mary Karowski on 04-22-17
A family secret, an alien creation and more
Welcome to a great new world. A world of dark magic, back woods mysticism, civil war alternate history, alien visitation all rolled into one story. A family secret will bring the world to the brink of ruin. At its heart and alien technology powered by the energy of the planets deceased denizens, a dark man of immense power shrouded in mystery. Welcome to the ghost box. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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By Dominique on 04-16-17
Made me hold my breath in parts
There were some parts in this book where I found myself letting out a huge breath which made me realize that I was holding my breath for a pretty long time! That doesn't happen very often when I'm listening to a book, so that's pretty high praise.
The only downside I have to mention is that there were some times when I wanted to reach into the book and slap a character on the back of the head. Like the person who wouldn't listen to a loved one near the start who warned them that it was too dangerous to go out in that weather and they idiotically disagreed. Even the most casual observer sees disaster now coming a million miles away, and I know the author could have done a better job setting up that disaster than making the person just an arrogant moron who wouldn't listen.
But that's my only nit-picky complaint. The rest of the story after the clumsy setup flowed well and had plenty of breath-holding moments that I won't spoil! Give it a listen and see if you agree. Narrator was awesome and didn't overdo it though it might have been tempting at times because the writing was tight and could have lead to over-dramatic leanings, but kudos to the narrator for her restraint and talent.
*I was provided with a complimentary copy of this audio book by the publisher, narrator or author in exchange for an unbiased review. *
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