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Harley and his friends are not the most likable bunch. Harley doesn't start out with much of an appreciation for life despite being given a second chance at it. Stephanie is a bit of a doofus, as she isn't able to tell when Harley has been taken over by a demon, and his best friend is selfish and money hungry. Perhaps it's because they're young and dumb, but they are the perfect targets of a demon like Horace.
This is imaginative and fun. I particularly liked the other spirit trapped in the astral plane, a poor hippy who'd traversed there during a drug trip and gotten stuck. He was helpful yet funny and added a charming element to the story.
Harley's character arc is well-done. He grows from a cynical, self-absorbed, well, brat into a young man with an appreciation for life and others. Chaters writes with humor and a delightful cynicism.
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Death is a key theme and helps to immediately hook the reader from the start- 'I died that day. Twice.' Harley's need to uncover the truth about the afterlife leads to drama and the destruction of the life he has built for himself. His quirky style of humour had me in stitches at times and made him a rather likable character. When he succeeded in his trials, I felt as though I'd shared in that success. The same applies to Harley's failings.
Out of Body is a dark, gripping read that talks in depth about astral projection, a unique ability whereby someone can leave their own body and have their spirit travel in the astral realm. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment and would gladly read this book again and again.
My rating: 5 stars.
I would recommend this to lovers of dark fantasy and thrillers.
Holy Doom and Gloom Harley Baker! Most people who are given a second chance at life are usually grateful. Not this brooding college kid. Pfft!
So let’s ignore the rules of astral projection, do it your way and then get booted out of your body by a demon host.
As a Spiritual Wiccan, this protagonist and his noobian (I know that this isn’t a real word but it suits the description) actions had me face-palming through out the book. Be careful what doors you open!
The story was awesome though. A little slow and odd at the beginning but I stuck it out and was well rewarded for my patience. Harley, before Astral Projection Gone Wrong, was a hopelessly dreary chap. I am glad that he learned, while being stuck in the Astral plane, to enjoy life because life is precious.
Stephanie, the love interest, was a little bland in the typical goody two shoes department. Though Darren, I hope he learned that money, power and placement in life tends to come with a much larger price.
Horace, what a name for a demon haha, he was horrifying and creepy. How Stephanie managed to miss all the cues that Harley wasn’t himself, I’ll never know. I know why Darren did because he was self-involved.
Again, this was a great story, and an original story at that. If you’re looking for a read that is outside the box (or astral plane), has demons, possession and the occult; this would be a great contender.
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
His best friend and the girl he is crushing over get involved with the new (billionaire) him. He recruits help to try to get his body back. In the process, he learns some not so nice things about his childhood.
This is an edge-of-your-seat joyride!!!!! It pulls some G's and has you feeling as if you were having an out-of-body experience of your own. There are no lulls; it just keeps bombarding you with excitement. There are some hilarious moments, some disgusting (yet equally funny) moments, but never a dull one! If you are into the occult type of book, you will most definitely love this. It is not meant to be serious and somber. It truly is a joyride from start to finish.
Thank you to Mr. Chater for giving me an ARC book to read in exchange for my honest review.
I would classify this book as a supernatural thriller more-so than a horror. I’m not religious, so nothing about this book was scary to me on any level. It just utilizes traditional elements from Christian and other spiritual beliefs to carry the story along. Chater does a good job at telling a fast-paced story that is, at its heart, an age-old warning that actions have consequences re-told in modern terms.
Interesting, well-written, with no major errors or plot-holes to speak of, Out of Body was a fun read that I would definitely recommend if you like tales with a supernatural bent to them.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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