Road Ghosts: Omnibus Edition

Narrated by: Sean Duregger
Length: 19 hrs and 18 mins
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Somewhere between Scooby Doo and Supernatural. The Road Ghosts Trilogy introduced listeners to E. Chris Garrison, one of speculative fiction’s most gifted voices. Presented here for the first time in a single volume, you’ll meet amateur ghost hunters Brett and Liz, along with their friends Gonzo, Jimbo, and Frannie. 

Go along for the ride as the gang chases ghosts, battles demons, ghouls, and stranger things up and down the interstate highways of the Midwest. The Road Ghosts Trilogy spawned several short stories (such as “Spectral Delivery,” included here) and introduces listeners to “Skye” MacLeod, whose adventures continue in Garrison’s popular Tipsy Fairy Tales Series. 

This omnibus volume includes:

Four 'til Late (Road Ghosts Trilogy, Book 1): Brett, Gonzo, Jimbo, and Liz embark on a road trip with dangerous detours, dreadful dreams, and dire warnings. Along the way, they discover that some spirits leave you with more than a hangover and regrets. Turn up the radio and get moving, because the road ghosts are waiting. 

Sinking Down (Road Ghosts Trilogy, Book 2): Brett and Liz are back in over their heads when a forest hunt for a roadkill-eating creature offers up a ghoulish little surprise. Worse than that, they find that Brett's fate is linked to the creature's. 

So, it's back out on the road, with unexpected pit stops with a greedy ex, a convention of ghost hunters, partying with fake vampires, drinking, and fighting alongside Uncle Gonzo. 

Includes a bonus short story "Spectral Delivery": Meet Enid, a pizza delivery trainee, who's stuck riding along with ghost-geek Brett on Valentine's Day night. Her boyfriend begs her to try to get off early, but things get weirder and weirder as she and Brett encounter the paranormal at every stop. 

Me and the Devil (Road Ghosts Trilogy, Book 3): Brett, Liz, and Gonzo undertake a difficult three-night webcast leading up to Halloween. If they’re successful, they may finally get the recognition Brett seeks.

©2017 Seventh Star Press (P)2020 Seventh Star Press

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good listen, several stoeies

many differnt ghost stories, same lead characters, good book, not hard to follow, i would recommend.

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Imaginative and funny

Road Ghosts is well written and imaginative book. I love all three stories they were creative and funny especially with the help of narrator Sean Duregger. I highly recommend this book even though it is long you will not be disappointed I received this book at my request and I am voluntarily leaving my honest review here of my own volition.

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Fun Ride

I totally enjoyed this thriller that has ghosts, demons and witchcraft. Enjoyed the characters Jimbo, Gonzo (favorite), Brett, and Liz as well as Fran during their travels to find ghosts. There are laugh out loud moments as well as sad especially with Ashley. There are 3 books and a short bonus book with Enid. Recommend if you enjoy a FUN supernatural book with good narration. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request by narrator and have voluntarily left this review. THANK YOU

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