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A soft written book. In 1 day I have read it. And I already miss it. I think I am gonna to read again. In a style quite different. Short paragraphs. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dante AJ
Disappointing for some that the "ghost" is not scary enough because it is vaguely described.
More ghostly is David's presence and his ordinariness that are constantly... Read more
For those of you into true ghost stories I would suggest that this is not the book for you. The author is a scholar in his own right and while that is not readily apparent, the... Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by A. L. Branson
This book had me hooked on Page ONE! But it went quickly downhill from there. Nothing else exciting ever happened. Read morePublished on September 30, 2011 by Karen S. Mesko
Story revolves around David, an educated man who has lost his long-time job at a bank and takes work at the local mortuary. Read morePublished on December 11, 2010 by ZC
I picked this book up after reading that it was by the author of "Einstein's
Dreams", which I enjoyed very much. This too is a very creative, unique and interesting read. Read more
How do you describe those hints of the supernatural that sometimes creep into our daily lives for a fleeting second? We often wonder if these experiences ever even happened. Read morePublished on March 7, 2009 by Sandra Brazier
Alan Lightman, in his latest novel, "Ghost," tells a deceptively simple story, the kind of story that gains momentum and power from all that is not said, from blank spaces and long... Read morePublished on February 14, 2009 by EA
Over the years, I've read Alan Lightman's novels with varying degrees of enjoyment. After a couple of average outings, I thought his last novel, Reunion, was a return to form. Read morePublished on November 17, 2008 by Timothy Haugh