A small number of cameras have the ability to capture ghosts on film. This gift comes at a steep price; the ghosts are resentful and hungry, and the cameras offer them a rare chance to reach their favourite prey... humans.
Jenine doesn't know any of this when she finds an abandoned Polaroid camera in a lighthouse. At first she assumes the ghostly shapes in the photos are a glitch or a prank - but then the spirits begin to hunt her down, and she's forced into a deadly race to free herself from the camera's curse.
©2014 Katherine Sheffield (P)2014 Katherine Sheffield
Really enjoyed the story. Thought it was a good concept and at times was downright creepy. However the narrator sounded like a monotone 10 year old. Would have been a lot better if it was someone else that actually gave the characters personalities and had emotion in her voice.
Scary as Hell and Horrifying! Scared me Crazy! Worse than the Exorcist! I was so nervous I had to Take my Anxiety Medication while listening! I recommend it Highly!
Creepy yet very well written. Everything that the character could see, I could see and feel. The imagery creepy, yet hauntingly beautiful as the characters describe what they are going through.
When I discovered Audible it was like discovering love :-) I love receiving codes and in return I post reviews. Wife, and mom of two,
This story was different and unique. I loved how the author Darcy Coates thought up of a story like this. It was ghostly, filled with mystery, and filled with twist and turns. I thought it was a great story and if you're in the mood for some creepiness, and ghost, then look nor further. This is the story for you! I received this audio in exchange for an honest review.
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
I liked this story.This was a short but creepy story of a girl who is taking pictures from the top of a lighthouse and she finds an old camera.When she takes a picture,there are ghosts in it!
Maren MaGuire did a find job with the narration.I was gifted a copy for an honest review.
Ghost camera or photographing ghosts is nothing new but this is a new twist for me. Great ghost story and just the right size. Not to long and drawn out but not too short either and the narration was good too.
No, but only because I have a pretty good memory of what I've listened to, if that weren't the case it'd definitely be up for consideration.
The climactic scenes featuring the titular ghosts as it raced to the conclusion.
She gives the characters emotions that read beyond what simply reading would've done. In the one main character's case I'm not sure if that's a positive, but she does play the character as written.
In some ways, but because I knew that wouldn't be possible I didn't hold onto it too much.
It was quick and spooky, and went at a rip-roaring pace. The only complaint I could have is Jenine and Bre's characters. It was almost as though the author took two people-worths of emotion and put them all in Bre and none in Jenine. That left it seeming unbalanced, but since it went quick that wasn't a huge problem. The performance was fine, but emphasized the same thing.
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