For one Lakota author, the words he writes have the power of life...and death.
The more he writes, the more real his creations become until they take on a life of their own.
Worse, the dead now are drawn to him. Until the unthinkable happens.... He is accused of killing the ghost of Ernest Hemingway. And all Hell literally breaks loose.
Now, can the ghosts of Mark Twain and Marlene Dietrich guide him safely though his own fictional world to find the true murderer before his own characters kill him?
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Ghost of a chance
It was a little dark for my bedtime listening but the bizarre personality of characters was interesting. You never knew who would turn up next. Interesting audiobook though.
- med c
Star studded Who Dunnit Who killed "Papa"?
Celebrities. Supernatural. Mystery.
Some of the historic fiction I have read are vaguely SIMILAR. Max Alan Collins' Matt Heller series have the celebrity mystery to be solved aspect. But "Ghost of a Chance" adds the supernatural interaction with dead celebrities and the Afterlife. It was unique in my reading experience.
Marlene Dietrich. lol She kicks butt. And guides the protagonist through unfamiliar territory. Mark gives a good rendition of her voice!
I laughed and grinned. Does grinning count for this question? And I was saddened over the treatment of the unicorn.
So, we have Hemingway, Dietrich, Sam Clemens, and walk on parts by other celebrities. And there's the Unicorn. And the Afterlife setting. And the mystery... And a good narrator.
What are you waiting for?
Thank you for the opportunity to review it!
This review copy audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost. I am happy to give my honest review of it. I think I'm suppose to mention how reviewing this was voluntary on my part.
- in1ear (John Row)