Would you like to speak to the dead?
When Tori moves into a studio at the rundown Lamplight apartment complex, she gets more than she bargained for. The faucet leaks, the water heater barely functions, and the lack of air conditioning makes the summer nights brutal...
But worst of all is the dark presence that stalks the building.
When she and her friends play around with a Ouija board, Tori learns firsthand why the living have no business communing with the dead. Something sinister is roused in the process, and her life begins to spiral into madness soon thereafter. She suffers terrible nightmares, hallucinations, and feels as though she's being watched at all hours of the day.
And that's only the beginning. If the spirit has its way, it'll consume her completely.
With a terrifying specter on her trail and only a few cryptic clues about the building's curious past to aid her, Tori searches desperately for a way to get rid of the spirit.
What has escaped from the underworld will not go back so easily, however.
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Middle School or Younger
- Cher Johns
I own most of Ambrose Ibsen's audio books and couldn't wait to listen to this one. Although the story was barely four hours long, it was a struggle to get though due to the narration. I'm going to assume that the narrator is probably a bit inexperienced; I am only leaving the negative review of her performance as a heads up to anyone who may be considering listening to the story over actually reading it. The narrator mispronounced quite a few words and had no shortage of strange inflections, primarily the habit of unspeaking.
Skip the audio for this story and read the book instead.
- Rebecca Edwards