The First Church : Moving In

  • by Ron Ripley
  • Narrated by Andrew Tell
  • Series: Moving In
  • 5 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Brian Roy is a ghost hunter extraordinaire. His latest adventure involves headless Japanese soldiers wreaking havoc in a New Hampshire church. The stats are grisly. Two boys blinded. Another boy shot. Cops killed. The bodies keep piling up and the ghosts' thirst for vengeance is as insatiable as their thirst for saké!
The phantom soldiers cut a swath of murder through the congregation until all that's left of Brian's local allies are Jim Bogue and his grandfather, Luke Allen, who is a blind marine vet. They are all that stand between the dreadful ghosts and the helpless locals. Even as a second threat lurks in the shadows, just as deadly as the gruesome specters, the ghostbusters race against time to save the town.
While trying to protect the living, Brian and his crew are thrust into the unforgiving world of the undead. When the last battle finally begins, Brian wonders if he's met his own personal Hiroshima...

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Solid story

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

Yes


Any additional comments?

This story did not resonate with me as much as the last book. I think this was because I didn't connect as much to the characters. This was still a good story and Andrew's performance was good. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.

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- Tiffany Markworth

Creepy messed up ghosts? Come on over!

What did you love best about The First Church?

I liked that the ghosts in this story weren't the normal American, or Europeans that have come to America ghosts. It brings a new aspect to ghost hunting that Brian hasn't had to deal with yet.


What did you like best about this story?

I seemed to have gotten the same question, but another aspect of the story that I liked was that it had some World War II themes in it and that is a part of American history that I find interesting.


What about Andrew Tell’s performance did you like?

I have always liked Andrew's voice for Leo. He really brings Leo's eccentricities to life and with Leo being one of my favorite characters, I really have an appreciation for it.


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

This is one of those books that I would listen to in one sitting, it isn't very long and the story tends to evolve and flow in such a way that it is hard to stop.


Any additional comments?

I received this audiobook from the author, narrator, or publisher for free via audiobookboom in exchange for an unbiased review.

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- Nate Jenks

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-10-2016
  • Publisher: ScareStreet.com