In a quiet London suburb, four university students participating in an experiment inside a reputed haunted house hold a séance that goes terribly wrong. What - or who - ever they summoned has taken their minds away, leaving them empty shells. Enter the Ghost Finders, ready to confront an enraged poltergeist for the students’ very souls. All in a day’s work - except the team doesn’t know that in another part of the city, a different entity has also breached the threshold between worlds. And this time what is at stake is not four lives - but the very existence of all humanity.
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Done. Simon R. Green and I are Done.
If the premise of the story wasn't stolen from the Movie Prince of Darkness (1987). Secondarily, if he could actually make likeable characters. I know it his style, but it is tiring. His characters are not smart, they are just annoying. He molds the world to fit his characters and whatever nonsense he thinks up. Lastly, all of his stories end by someone doing something super simple and wining the day.
Not Simon R. Green.
Tim Reynolds did not help. His voice is too whiney. Too often the only way you can tell which character he was suppose to be is how whiney they sounded.
I normally never say this, but .. No.
I think I have read too may Night Side, Drood books. They all blend now and this series is nothing new. Same thing rehashed and not very well.
- Gregory A. McDonald
couldn't do it