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When the door between life and death opens a crack and the dead start to rise, only one person has the power to close it and makes things right again. Unfortunately, Claire Summers has amnesia. Everything is a blank, and even her best friend (who she's suddenly attracted to) can't seem to help. With dark forces at work against her, will she survive long enough to figure out who and what she is?

Equal parts romance and supernatural thriller, Memories of a Ghost tells the story of a young woman's quest to remember her life and seek out the person that tried to murder her. And just when she thinks she's put all the pieces together, along comes an entirely different puzzle that will make her doubt herself and her sanity. Who is Claire Summers?

©2015 Joe DeRouen (P)2016 Joe DeRouen

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Funky, creepy, fun!

Funky twist and turns through the entire story! Super fun, and creepy! Read it now.

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4 Platypires

I don't do this very often anymore, but I was given this audiobook in exhange for an honest review. I am a fan of the author, Joe DeRouen, so I already anticipated that I'd enjoy it. Either that, or I'd be incredibly disappointed and it would require me to unlike his fanpage and pretend he never existed in the first place.

I really like how this author does paranormal. It's probably why I enjoy his books as much as I do. It's less vampires and whatnot and more actual demons that are going to cause some crazy damage if they're not stopped. Think an episode of Supernatural, except with a completely different set of characters - and before it became crazy ridiculous. Aka, good times.

I was a bit confused a few times between the switches of characters. There is a lot going on, and a whole lot of people to keep up with. It really wasn't until a few chapters in that I started having an idea of what was going on in the book.

Despite that issue, I felt the story had so much awesomeness that such insolence can be mostly overlooked. Like I mentioned, a bunch of stuff is happening. But it's all brought together in a way that I was both not expecting and pleased me greatly. And isn't that what matters in life?

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