• by Marc Johnson
  • Narrated by Megan Mackie
  • 2 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As a stay-at-home programmer living with her loving boyfriend, Mia lives a simple but good life. Like most people, she dreams, but unlike most, she has vivid dreams about her neighbors' lives. One day, she realizes that they aren't dreams - what she's been experiencing is real. Mia's able to "ghost" into anyone she chooses, take control of their body, and make them do what she wants.
Frustrated by the injustice and abuse she sees around her, Mia begins using her power to try to right the wrongs she sees. Her boyfriend, Amir, does his best to stop her, believing that no one person should have that much power, and that the system - or God - will bring justice to the perpetrators. Mia, on the other hand, has seen too much corruption in her life to believe in such naïveté.
However, the best intentions don't always work out as planned. The power begins to affect Mia in ways she didn't expect - and turns out to have consequences she never imagined.


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Customer Reviews

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A Cool Twilight Zone Type Of Story, At First.

Mia is a woman who starts having very detailed dreams about the lives of the tenants in her apartment building. Soon after that, she learns she has the ability to actually send her consciousness into other people and take them over. Mia is reckless and never thinks anything through with her power. She simply acts. She tries to right every perceived wrong, from an abusive mother to a corrupt businessman. “Ghosting” has a very cool premise for a story. It starts out feeling like an episode of the Twilight Zone. It evolves into a kind of comic book story toward the end. Because of that, I think it will polarize people’s opinions. I personally liked the more sophisticated story “Ghosting” started out as. That story asked questions of morality and ethics. The comic book twist toward the end of the story wasn’t bad, it just took the story in a different direction than anticipated.

Overall, I liked Ghosting and I think you will too. Finally, this audio book was provided by the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audio Book Boom.
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- Ashanti

great story

rrator was engaging and did a nice job with the character voices. I would have rated this a 5 but the sound effects were a little annoying. Overall this was an enjoyable listen and I would recommend Ghosting.

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- Tammy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-28-2017
  • Publisher: Marc Johnson