We live with this notion that when we die, we move on to a better place. The evil of the world is behind us. The ones that we leave behind will mourn and we will always be with them. It's believed ghosts are just lost souls refusing to move on. But is that really true? What happens if you die before your time? Autumn Milley's life was full of possibilities of the future when it all ended in a flash. In life, she learned of demons from books and movies, and in death, she finds out just how real they are. Can Ty and the other souls save her from the darkness? Or will the battle for her soul wipe her from existence completely?
This was a great twist on the afterlife. The story was riveting ; I listened past my allotted time in a couple of instances just to see what would happen next. I had read part one, part two was new to me. The dialogue was lively and realistic. The characters were brought alive in the telling. The only complaint is way back in the beginning the reader pronounced 'bass' as the fish and I think from context it was supposed to be 'base'. I have to go back and find the time stamp for that.