Sleepy Hollow: Bridge of Bones : Jason Crane

  • by Richard Gleaves
  • Narrated by Eric Michael Summerer
  • Series: Jason Crane
  • 21 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"My earliest memory is of discovering my grandfather's severed head."
The Headless Horseman has risen and rides. Jason Crane is the Horseman's target. But Jason must stay and fight, to protect those he loves. For Sleepy Hollow is falling to evil. Now Jason Crane lives under a tyrannical guardian. Jason Crane must descend into fearful darkness. And Jason Crane has an appointment with death... at the Bridge of Bones. This exciting sequel to 2013's Rise Headless and Ride brings back Jason Crane, descendant of Ichabod of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow - as well as his friends Joey, Kate, and Zef - to face off against the ancient evil of the Van Brunt family. Impeccably researched, with an epic scope and a huge cast of characters, Bridge of Bones brings the weird gothic world of Sleepy Hollow to vibrant life in a way not seen since Irving's original: with fidelity to the real modern town and its history. Bridge of Bones is an imaginative tour de force spanning centuries, and a Halloween treat not to be missed.
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Truly Enjoyable

I really enjoyed this. the story is well paced and well thought out. I love the history that is presented! I can't wait to read/listen to the next one!
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- Ryan G. Fresh "RevFresh"

It got better...

Gleaves did a good job with the second installment. There are parts that seem to drag on to much. The back story of the Van Brunt's is really enjoyable. there are some really good spooks and the whole thing is told very well. I have noticed one thing though that keeps striking me as odd, Mormons (in both books) come up really frequently and they have NO connection to the story and NOTHING to do with the dialogue where mentioned, it got a little distracting.
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- The Kindler "Science, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Military History, Thrillers, Great Courses, Horror, and anything with a good story. Please forgive errors."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-24-2015
  • Publisher: Richard Gleaves