Graham Masterson's modern horror tale has touches of the gothic as it revolves around a love affair that isn't what it seems. Gideon is a composer of scores for film and television, as well as catchy jingles, and his successes have allowed him to move into a somewhat affluent New York building. When he moves in he immediately notices the married couple who live beneath him, becomes infatuated with the wife and the two eventually have an affair and run off to Europe. Then strange occurrences begin to happen. Mac Macdonald performs the audiobook, articulating Gideon's perspective with all of his naiveté, creating unique voices for all of the other characters, and relating the uncanny events of death and the afterlife that unfold.
The dead cant seek justice can they? - Gideon Lake, a successful composer, is immediately smitten by Kate Solway, who lives below him. They begin a passionate affair, and Kate invites him to Europe so that they can be together without her husband finding out. But when Gideon witnesses all kinds of strange and terrifying events, he soon realizes that nothing in Kates world is what it seems. Gideon must work out who, and what, Kate really is, and what she wants from him....
This was a brilliant story right from the start I was hooked, but it keeps u in suspense all the time so I couldn't wait to listen to it to see where the hell this story was going.
I had my thoughts, but its very twisty and I was guessing wrong its a disturbing ghost story with graphic detail but it also has a sad side to it too.
The only problem I had was the narrator making strange noises you will see what I mean, but please but don't be put off its a great story.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
All in all an ok story. Only problem was the narrator struggled with ladies voices. Some sounded like they were straight from monty python!!
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What would have made Ghost Music better?
A different narrator might have made it worth a listen.
Would you ever listen to anything by Graham Masterton again?
Would you be willing to try another one of Mac MacDonald’s performances?
Absolutely not. Couldn't get beyond the first few minutes.
You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?