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After a horrific accident Mike wakes to find himself blind in one eye. He now sees things that others can't, and nobody will listen to him. That is, until he meets Jandilyn Hollow. Will she be able to pull him out of the depths of his despair? Can love transcend even death?
©2012 Mark Tufo (P)2012 Tantor
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By Amanda H. on 01-28-13

Spiritually deep and moving

Not your typical Mike Talbot book but great all the same. This seems to be a darker and profound Tufo book with twists and turns in every chapter. The book keeps you guessing till the end. All I can say about Mike Talbot in this book is "Poor Guy" he just can't catch a break. Don't bother trying to figure out what is going on....you won't know until the end. Just enjoy the ride.

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By Debbie on 01-10-13

Dont miss this one!!!

If you like ghost stories, love stories, mysteries, you will love this one. I was so enthralled with this listen that I could not stop until it was finished. Just Brilliant!! I cant rave enough about my experience in this story.

A great mind bending story with a few dashes of wit made following Michael Talbot's journey a wonderful trip.

Sean Runnette is icing on the cake with his easy listen voice and perfect performance.

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By Trevor on 11-07-13

Not Mike as we know him

Would you consider the audio edition of The Spirit Clearing to be better than the print version?

No idea did not see printed version

What did you like best about this story?

A totally different Mike Talbot story

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

I really really did not want to get this book as i could see it was not Mike Talbot as we know him, but if you take this book as a one off it is really enjoyable. The humour from Mark Tufo in his books really makes them enjoyable. Yes you could guess the ending quite easily but over all it was a book i throughly enjoyed and got into. As a one off book it is good but if you want a Zombie Fallout or Indian hill it is not in that style.

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By Annette Wright on 09-11-13

Another triumph from Tufo!

There's no denying I love Tufo's storytelling and his main character, Mike Talbot, is wonderful. This stand alone story is no exception. It's another alternate reality for Mike, Paul and Dennis. This time, life is very different for our wry, dry humoured hero but he remains the same, lovable, faltering hero. It's a much creepier story than any of the others. At one point I was acutely aware that I was home alone, listening in the dark at 1am. I actually got the shivers and spooked myself a little! The ending was beautiful and made me cry.
I love the Zombie Fallout series but this has to come a very close second. Bravo Mr Tufo. Bravo!
As ever, Sean Renette is brilliant in his reading of this tale. He effortlessly brings these brilliant books to life and I cannot imagine listening to Mike Talbot in any other voice.

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By KellboRose on 11-02-15

A good book but not like other Mike Talbot stories

Would you consider the audio edition of The Spirit Clearing to be better than the print version?

Sean Runnette seems to make any story better.

What about Sean Runnette’s performance did you like?

Sean Runnette did a great job with his narration as always. I'm always impressed with his work. I've listened to so many audiobooks and there's some narrators that I really like that encourage me to search for other audiobooks by them. Sean Runnette is number one on my list. He doesn't just read a book, he makes the characters real.

Any additional comments?

I liked it, but it's different to the other Mike Talbot Stories. It felt like more of a stand alone novel, not a Mike Talbot adventure. All the others feel like they are connected.The end made me sad and I felt disappointed for Mike. In the others it feels like things happen for some higher purpose. In this I felt sorry for him. it seemed like he suffered for no reason. I'm used to seeing Mike suffer for something. I'm used to seeing him fighting seemingly insurmountable odds, defeating enemies others can't and surrounded by loyal allies. I felt like Mike was different in this book, but then I realized he couldn't be the same because his experiences weren't the same. I did like the story. It was interesting and I wanted to know what was going to happen. Although I didn't like the ending I don't think it was a bad one. Like I said it made me feel something and that's what a good story is supposed to do.

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