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|Length: 477 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||
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|Series: GHOST: John Spector Novel (Book 1)|
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Strong characters, unexpected turns and twists, clearly written and there are even grins in it. I highly recommend this one!Published 3 days ago by Trish Talley
This a great author. I follow him on Facebook as well. He is insightful and always asks his readers what they think of certain aspects of his book. Read morePublished 9 days ago by April Conway
I wanted to like the main characters Ghost and Rez but wound up disappointed. It started out interesting but I finally skimmed to the finish. Some will love it but not me.Published 18 days ago by Mar C
This was a great read. A different type of lead character and a great story made it hard to put the book (kindle) down. For fun and a bit of mystique I highly recommend it.Published 22 days ago by Cherie
Wildly imaginative with plenty of realistic plot twists. . .from the human beings involved. This was a terrific read and I am eagerly looking forward to the next John Spector... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marlow
A very different type story
This has a way of making you accept some strange concepts . Very hard to put down I loved it !
I was uncertain at first about buying this book due to the author was known to write more towards young adults. I am so glad I did. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Davis
Storyline was going well until I ran into the Pro-Life message. It stopped being entertaining and became preachy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Blake Thompson