A cryptic letter from her husband Michael's grandmother fills his wife, Ashley, with a foreboding that proves disastrously accurate. Now her friends are dead, her husband missing, and she's hunted by an evil from Michael's past. In another part of the country, Ian Hunter confronts a family secret over a century old. He must find a way to stop a terrible creature from destroying everyone and everything he cares about. Together, Ashley and Michael face an onslaught of paranormal forces in their search for the only means of their salvation - a device called the ghost box. But the ghost box has a devilish guardian, and the device leaves only death and despair in its wake.
©2013 Ferrel D. Moore (P)2016 White Cat Publications, LLC.
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Ashley and Michael don't even know each other but are bound by one common thing that haunts them now through their families history, the ghost box. Now it is up to them to stop this terrible ghost before she destroys them, everything, and everyone they love.
This story is one of survival, and I don't exactly mean the living, but to understand that without spoilers you really have to read the book (or listen to the audio). Larry Rosebio Jones does a awesome job narrating this story, his different voices for the different characters, (just be aware of the cell phone ringing it isn't yours, it is in the story) is wonderful, even did the creepy old civil war guy's voice is really cool. It is well worth the listen if you are a audiobook fan like I am, and I loved it! I will definitely look for more audiobooks narrated by Mr. Jones.
If you like ghost/paranormal stories that have a bit of everything in them, creepiness, scariness, convoluted plot, history, and hey a big plus for me, part of it happens in Kentucky, so it is home for me, than you will love this book in whichever form you choose, so give it a try. But you might want your juju near and your lights on.
"The only horror is the book."
The writer should rethink his writing career.
The narrator was one of the worst I have ever heard. One of the female characters sounded like a German Minnie mouse, really some of the worst narration I have been subjected to.
"Couldn't get past horrible narration"
I couldn't finish this book. I couldn't get past the narrator's horrible reading. He did a female's voice who was supposed to be "unnaturally beautiful" like a crone mixed with a high pitched animal. I just couldn't take it anymore. I can't speak for the story since I didn't honestly get fat enough to know if it was going anywhere.
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