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Last Breath

Haunted Collection Series, Book 7
Narrated by: Thom Bowers
Series: Haunted Collection Series, Book 7
Length: 8 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Manic laughter echoes through the night as victims struggle for their last breath....

Mysterious deaths continue with every haunted item Stefan Korzh releases into the world. Horror and mayhem are felt everywhere, from trailer parks to the hallowed bayous of New Orleans. But as he finds himself pushed into a corner by those who want him dead, Korzh goes to great lengths to establish an unlikely alliance. 

The only thing more threatening than his desire for revenge is the new ghost he has set loose. Appearing as a frail, elderly woman, Martha’s inviting smile is as deceitful as her looks. It masks a terrible cruelty as she draws the final gasps of air from her victims and delights in their pleas for mercy.

Meanwhile, there’s no rest for the trio caught in the midst of Korzh’s games. Victor and Ariana are close to uncovering the key to mysteries that haunt them and come face-to-face with secrets that will change the course of their lives forever. Even Tom’s attempts at an ordinary life are shattered with a stark reminder that nothing about him can ever be normal.

With terrors closing in from all sides, each will have to go to great lengths to survive. There’s no escaping the horrors they must face or the pain they must endure. 

The stakes have never been higher, and one mistake could end up being their last....

©2018 Ron Ripley (P)2018 ScareStreet.com

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Martha!!

We are at book 7 in the series and honestly, the ghosts are getting scarier and creepier as we go!! Korzh releases Martha, a frail elderly woman, who is possibly one of the worst yet. She takes such delight in the killings and is deceptively strong. Her soul is attached to a sampler and Victor has his work cut out for him in finding it and disposing of it. Korzh is getting more frantic, and way more dangerous as time goes on. Tom is dealing with his own issues and things are heating up for each of them.

This series is pretty much non stop. Each book gets better and better and the villains get worse, as in eviler!! Martha is one of the worst so far and she loves killing. She doesn't want to stop and Victor really has to battle to save people. I do have to say that the author outdid himself with this character. She is evil to the core.

With the further along we get to the end, you can definitely feel the tension getting worse and you feel the desperation in everyone involved. Victor, Ariana and Tom are desperate to stop Korzh, and Korzh is desperate to inflict as much damage as he can. I'm almost scared to read the next one because I can't see where it's going!!

In all, this was extremely fast paced, intense and I flew through it. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the gang, plus Ann, Shane and even Leanne. I've grown to love these characters and grown to love the world the author has created. This author knows how too give the reader chills and this one chilled me to the bone. Mr Ripley can't write fast enough in my opinion.

Thom Bowers once again read this extremely well. He is always clear and has plenty of tones and voices for the array of different characters.

I was given this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.

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This book brings fear to your safest place.

Most people think of places as being haunted, but When a haunted item can bring a ghost into not only your home, but the homes around you, that’s one thing, but when that ghost is a murderer, that’s a whole other ballgame! This book brings ghosts and prejudice to the forefront. This ghost kills because she hates specific people because of their nationality and religion, but when she can’t find anybody who she hates for that reason, she just kills for the fun of it. it definitely makes you think about what your neighbors have brought home, that could be harmful to you and your family on a paranormal level.

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Exciting

Another exciting installment! I love everything about this series...except that evil witch LeAnn. I hate her. I hate her more than Stefano and that's saying something. That man has ceased to tick me off. I love how Stephano is being tormented. It fills me with glee. Now LeAnn needs to have the same done to her cocky, entitled self. I hate that woman so much.

Fun writing by Ripley, brilliant performance by Bowers. I can't get enough of this series!

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Beware of Samplers

I absolutely love this series. I love the characters Victor, Tom, Ariana (Stefan’s sister), Iris (Tom’s girlfriend), Bontoc (helping Tom with his skills), Sarah and Shane. They are trying to kill Stefan and collect all the evil haunted objects .In this book many people are killed by the ghost of the sampler in a trailer park and enjoyed Duke and Leon. Ariana destroyed the ghost that killed her mother and found out her father betrayed her. Highly recommend but start with 1st in series to get full effect of characters. Keep them coming