An uncommon mission. An unholy realm. And ghostbusting on a whole new level.
After the death of his Army comrade, William Engberg moves into a simple New Hampshire home against the backdrop of the turbulent, foam-crested waves of the Atlantic Ocean. It's the ideal place to write and get on with his post-military life. Except for one thing. He has unwanted house guests - ghosts - and he wants them gone!
Determined to reclaim his home, William hires Brian, a ghostbusterpreneur, to clean house. Armed with knowledge from a rare journal on how to vanquish the dead, Brian goes to work only to discover his worst nightmare. Ready or not, Brian must deal with his own ghostly demons once and for all if he's going to save William and himself!
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Loved this edition of the Moving In series!! Brian and Jenny are back doing what they now do, Ghostbusting. Brian is on a mission to help William, who is moving into his ex-army friends house near the ocean. Williams house is haunted, but it's not what's in the house he has to fear! It's what's outside!! William calls Brian, and he comes to see the problem. What he also finds there is an old enemy that has come back to haunt him! Between Brians worries and Williams ghosts, can they survive!!
I'm so glad Brian and Jenny are back, as well as some old favourites from book 1!!! This will be one of their toughest jobs so far and one of the most dangerous. They face enemies from the past as well as ones from the present.
The plot of this was again, fast paced and intense. It takes place in both this time and another, and I really enjoyed seeing Williams story and the twist the author threw in. The ghosts seem to be getting scarier and more evil and this one frightened me a lot!!
Anyway, in all, this was another quick creepy read. I so want to see these as a series!!! While reading I kept thinking to myself, what would Sam and Dean do!!! Lol. Being a big Supernatural nut, this series is right up my alley.
Once again, Andrew Tell did an amazing job. He really brings the book to life and made me enjoy this more. It played out as a TV episode in my head. He even does a good feminine voice! I can recommend his work highly.
*I received a copy of this for review from the narrator, publisher or author. This in no way affected my thoughts.*
I listened to most of this book with my two boys while taking apart and assembling furniture as we moved the boys rooms around. They were sucked into it as much as I was. This became super apparent as a climactic moment was occurring and (in real life) the thunder shook the house. The boys screamed dropped the tools and screws they were holding and freaked out (ages 10 an 11). They and I LOVED this story. A ghostbusters type group based in psychic and mystic power rather than tools. 2nd book in a series. Can't wait to find the 1st one and then the rest of the series. Truly a well written and well narrated story. The author and narrator pack a punch that leave you breathless on the edge of your seat and eagerly waiting for the next moment to be revealed. I received this audiobook from the author narrator or publisher for free via audiobookboom in exchange for an unbiased review
Because tales should be told.
The New Ghost-Busters.
Leonidas, the dead friend and master ghost-buster who keeps an eye on his friends from the beyond adds an interesting element. Kathrine and Andrew (both ghosts) are intriguing characters.
This is an average ghost tale, but the narrator is excellent. Tell makes up for the mediocre plot. The dialogue in particular is stilted and stiff in places. The book is not unique, but it is scary. The foreshadowing is well-done. It is definitely worth listening to if you enjoy this genre.
The scene where Leonidas talks to a girl on the phone for the first time was amusing. Leonidas attempting to trap his grandmother to keep her from killing his family was exciting. Finally, the scene where Brian is attacked by ghost dogs is pretty cool.
Your Past Always Catches Up With You.
Good sound quality. Excellent narrator. Relatively clean with some violence. I received this book for free in exchange for a honest review.
Mother of 8, grandmother of 12, RN and book nerd
I found myself lost more than once in this story. I'd rewind to try and figure out when the changes in scene or storyline took place only to find there wasn't one. The characters were flat, narration was, too. It's not that the narrator had an unpleasant voice, I just think he really wasn't into what he was reading. There is supernatural, alternate Plains of existence, ghosts, paranormal activity, but it is not well planed out or organized in a smooth flow. The potential is there, however, the writer didn't find it. Unfortunately, this one just wasn't for me.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
I listened to a little over an hour of the book. Every time one of the characters talked the sentence was ended with he/she said' 'he/she answered' 'he/she asked'. After a while I cringed when those words were used. There is a severe overuse of those words. It makes it difficult to keep track of the story as you wait for the next he/she said/asked/answered.
I would love to listen to this if/when it gets an update.
The Narrator, Andrew Tell's voice is pleasant and articulate, that along with the emotions used in telling the story is the only reason I listened as long as I did.
I was given this audio book by the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for an honest unbiased review
I absolutely love this series of books! Each book is so creepy. The characters are interesting and you really get to know them. The author is so descriptive and detailed that I completely get lost in the story as though I'm there in each scene. I also love the back stories that the author gives on the characters and that he takes you through different time periods. The narrator is great too! I can't wait to get the next book and the next one...
I am at that half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lol
A man moves into a small cottage on the shore.It has ghosts,some not pleasant.He calls on Brian,who has dealt with ghosts to come check the place out.The stories intertwine and peace,in a way,is found in the end.I love this series! Andrew Tell is a terrific narrator!
I was given this book free for an honest review
I had read the book before hand and figured it would just be a siiliar experience. I was wrong. The narration was so good it felt ike a rewrite.
Of course the finale where it all comes together
His infliction is fantastic. He really makes the characters individuals.
I did get goosebumps throughout the story at several spots.
Although I liked the first book better, I thought this was a good edition to the series. I liked the twist at the end. I could have done without the bonus story. I don't think it added anything. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.
Say something about yourself!
So so i enjoyed the book but it made it hard to work and listen to this book because it jumped back and forth too much. I sometimes got lost.
Not sure right now
Yes he did
No , Just read the others
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