Losing Logan

  • by Sherry D. Ficklin
  • Narrated by Tara Millette
  • 6 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Normally, finding a hot guy in her bedroom wouldn't irritate Zoe so badly, but finding her childhood friend Logan there is a big problem. Mostly because he's dead.
As the only person he can make contact with, he convinces Zoe to help him put together the pieces surrounding his mysterious death so he can move on. Thrust into his world of ultra-popular rich kids, Zoe is out of her element and caught in the crosshairs of Logan's suspicious ex-girlfriend and the friends he left behind - each of whom had a reason to want him dead.
The deeper they dig to find the truth, the closer Zoe gets to a killer who would do anything to protect his secrets.
And that's just the start of her problems, because Zoe is falling for a dead guy.


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Customer Reviews

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A very unique ghost story

Any additional comments?

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this story it had me laughing and crying with lots of great one liners I have to agree with most of the reviews i read you think you know what going to happen, you think you have it all figured it out. Oh no your totally wrong and in the end that a great thing. It a great story and very entertaining.

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- med c

Zoe is totally rocking!

What made the experience of listening to Losing Logan the most enjoyable?

I loved Zoe''s character. She is sarcastic, funny, brave and strong. I loved the simultaneous love stories. It was different than a love triangle, it was a love that will last a lifetime and one that will last into the afterlife. It's written in a way that you aren't having to choose sides, which is refreshing.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Losing Logan?

I wish I could have a bunch of memes for all of Zoe's sarcastic come backs. They had me laughing and wanting to write them down for future reference. I would say the most memorable moment to me was when... Crap I can't say it without a spoiler. Let's just say it's at the end when the pieces come together and Zoe realizes her part in all of this and she has a reunion and farewell in one afternoon... Hopefully that's vague enough to not spoil anything. It was emotional turmoil at it's best.

Which character – as performed by Tara Millette – was your favorite?

Most definitely Zoe. I like that the narrator really kept the sarcasm dry and did not over play it. This to me made it seem more genuine.

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

Definitely, but I made myself spread it out so it gave me something to look forward to during my daily commute.

Any additional comments?

Loved this story so much!

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- Rebecca Gober

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-16-2014
  • Publisher: Sherry Ficklin