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Ghost at Dusk: A Novel

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A teenage ghost, trapped in his house with the demon that killed him.

Tim Lane’s tried to get away for 38 years. He still can’t get more than 20 paces from his childhood home. And now, the demon responsible for his death looks like he’s getting ready for a repeat of his homicidal mayhem.

To save his family, Tim needs to haunt them straight out of their home. To find a way into the afterlife proper, he’ll have to do it before the demon catches on to his plan. But when Tim uncovers the demon’s secret, he sees a way to stop him for good - if he’s willing to risk any hope of getting away.

One desperate ghost. One psychotic demon. Only one will win.

Ghost at Dusk is part of The Demons of Conjury series, a collection of stand-alone companion novels to Kevan Dale’s The Books of Conjury series. If you enjoy chilling horror, the pure emotions of adolescence, and characters with depth, you’ll love Ghost at Dusk.

What’s the limit of ghostly endurance? Buy Ghost at Dusk today and find out!

©2019 Ken Davis (P)2019 Ken Davis

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A must read!

I really don't know where to start with this book. I don't think I remember reading a book from a ghost's POV before. If I have, I don't remember.
This book will definitely be remembered as it's one of those stories that you can't help but to continue to think about.
Timothy died on Halloween and has been trapped in his house for over 30 years with the demon that killed him, tormenting him.
As new residents move into his house, Timothy not only finds new hope of an escape, he finds that he may not be the only one being tortured.
This story kept me at the edge of my seat and I felt really sad for Timothy. Can you imagine being a ghost in the hands of a demon trapped for more years dead than alive?
The author did a great job bringing realism to the story and the characters. I felt for all of them, with the exception of the demon, no sympathy for that monster, lol. I also enjoyed the comedy throughout the book which brought light to Timothy's situation as well as the story.
I want to go a bit deeper into this review, but don't want to spoil anything.
I really enjoyed this book and the emotional feels it gave. Definitely recommend this book and I'll definitely be checking out this author's work as the writing style really hooks you in.