Ghost Moon Night

  • by Jewel Allen
  • Narrated by Keith Michaelson
  • 8 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It was whispered years ago that when a pirate cursed a Philippine village with langbuan, or flying undead, a boy received a secret that would protect him from certain death. But even armed with a secret, can anyone survive the undead for long?
Seventeen-year-old Antonio Pulido has never known a time when the langbuan didn't roam the streets every Ghost Moon Night, killing anyone in their path. He works hard to protect his family and the girl he loves from the deadly attacks, but he wants them stopped once and for all. Can Antonio uncover the decades-old secret, and will it help him defeat the langbuan? Or will Ghost Moon Night come again and take someone he truly cares about? It falls on Antonio to save his village, but time is running out. The next Ghost Moon Night is nearly here, and Antonio knows this is his last chance to destroy the undead and end their reign of terror - or die trying.


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Ghost moon night

First of all Keith michaelson.was fantastic. With a full range of character made the book spooky as heck.
I will recommend this book and narrator to my friends and family.
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- cappi lucas

Young man determined to find his own way in world.

What did you like best about Ghost Moon Night? What did you like least?

I really liked the creation of the beliefs, spirits, and curses here in the village. It was alive and felt real.

This book was on the slow side for me as a listener. I think because it's of a middle school grade and easier for younger readers to follow and enjoy. For that, it's wonderful for young readers. There is no violence, other than the langbaun who terrorize and cause deaths, and there are no over intimate moments either. It's just right to trust with young readers.

What about Keith Michaelson’s performance did you like?

Keith shows his talent in vocals in this story. He's added an echo type feel to when the langbuan are talking. He's done different tones and personalities in voices to know character to character who is talking. Keith does a wonderful job of pronouncing many of the local words in this story. He speaks them in their sentence as if they roll off his tongue on a regular bases.

Any additional comments?

We all have those tendencies to do something that's not right, but what do you do with the knowledge after you've done it? Or learned of how things are far worse than you expected? This book is full of these moments as Antonio grows and sees more of the way of the world around him and what Antonio has to work through. Decisions and actions have repercussions.

This story is definitely for middle grade kids. I felt like it the direction of the book was of Antonio's life. The rights and wrongs he did and what he learned from them as he graduates from high school and works around his village. When we first meet Antonio he feels immature for graduation age, and expects more of the world. He knows what's right and wrong but gets caught up in worrying for his family. But, Antonio grows through the book. He seems to learn from his mistakes and becomes a better person for it.

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- MelHay

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-23-2015
  • Publisher: Treasured Stories