Their latest assignment takes JC and the team to a small country village, site of a famously haunted inn. At first, JC thinks that the spirits in the King’s Arms are more the stuff of urban legend than anything that needs the Ghost Finders’ expertise. Then one story rings true: The tale of a traveler trapped by an unusual thunderstorm who retired to her room for the night - and vanished. Trapped by an unusual thunderstorm - like the one that begins raging outside shortly after they arrive… As the team investigates, they are forced, one by one, to face some hard truths about themselves, their relationships, and the haunting itself - truths that may push Happy Jack over the edge and into the madness he has always feared...
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Crazy British ghosts!
Toby Leonard Moore
Happy's struggles in this book were very moving!
I enjoyed this book as much as the others in the series but was very disappointed in the change of narrators.
The narration seems to have changed dramatically. All the characters lost their sarcastic jovial nature to anger, serious and fighting. Even when the book says they have joyful banter, it comes across as hate and anger. It is also hard to tell character voices apart from each other at times unlike in the previous books. I really am not a fan of changing narrators, though I know it is inevitable at times. But should find somebody as close to the original one as possible.
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