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Ghostlove

Length: 6 hrs and 17 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Our favorite moments from Ghostlove

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  • The passing of mom and dad
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  • Flirting with a ghost
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  • A lovers' spat
Dennis Mahoney

About the Creator

Dennis Mahoney runs Equinox Society Radio, a podcast of dark and otherworldly stories—How are you, dear stranger? How are you at night, when loneliness becomes uncomfortable? He also wrote the novels Bell Weather and Fellow Mortals. Dennis Mahoney lives in upstate New York with his wife, son, and dog. In the event of death, communication may still be possible.

About the Performer

A student of neuroscience and speech pathology, Sean Patrick Hopkins translated his understanding of human behavior and vocal performance into a career in storytelling. His classical training and versatility with dialects helps create distinct and varied characters across many genres. In addition to narrating nearly 200 audiobooks, he has been seen and heard on film (Chappaquiddick), television (Brotherhood), video games (Red Dead Redemption 2), and on stage (Forever Dusty, original Off-Broadway cast). When not in the booth, you can find him buried in genealogy research, out exploring our National Parks, and raising an amazing daughter alongside his wife, fellow narrator Patricia Santomasso.

About the Performer

Piper Goodeve is an Audie Award-winning audiobook narrator, and records for Audible Studios, Tantor Audio, Blackstone, Highbridge, Podium, and more. She holds an MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep and has worked in New York, Off Broadway, as Anne in Anne of Green Gables (Drama League Award nomination for Distinguished Performance); at Joe's Pub, York Theatre Co., Theatre at St. Clement’s, Duke on 42nd, NY Fringe Festival, and numerous readings/workshops. Some of her selected regional credits include: Caroline or Change (Syracuse Stage), Hamlet (Tennessee Shakespeare Co.), A Christmas Carol (McCarter), Long Day’s Journey into Night (Oldcastle Theatre Co.), Hair (Hangar Theatre, Syracuse Area Live Theater Award nomination for Best Actress), Other Desert Cities (Hangar Theatre), and eleven seasons at the Weston Playhouse, where her favorite roles include Lydia Lubey in All My Sons, and Cathleen in Long Day’s Journey into Night.

About the Performer

L.J. Ganser has been narrating audio books since 1994 when he began at American Foundation for the Blind. Since then he has recorded more than 600 titles over a wide range of styles. From kiddy books like Oswald the Octopus to challenging economic tomes like Capital in the Twenty First Century, L.J. embraces the material as if he had written it himself and is sharing it with an intimate group of avid listeners. He is the winner of three Audie Awards and multiple Earphone Awards from AudioFile magazine.

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Like reaching out and connecting

An incredible, nostalgic and touching story, I thoroughly enjoyed every moment, and it left that tell-tale heart ache in my chest after finishing, that tells this will stick with me for a long time. The characters were realistic, loveable, selfish, caring, confused and scared in the most human of ways. I felt connected to them, and quickly loved their personalities.

I only wish for more from Mahoney. A semi-recent addition to my top 3 authors/artists of all time.

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Cute!

It could have done with a little more every day understanding. As an example the reader never meets the neighbors or anyone else for that matter but this is a fun little October style book.

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