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Ectostorm (Stanley Cooper Chronicles #3)

4.78 of 5 stars 4.78  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Stanley Cooper has been through hell. He's protected Pittsburgh from demons, monsters, and madmen for years, and survived to tell the tale. When he discovers a group of people like him, people who died and came back, he hopes for answers. What he gets, however, is death, demons on his tail, and the traitor of evergreen after him for reasons unknown.
Paperback, 1, 342 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Twisted Library Press
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Querus Abuttu
Scott Johnson's novel "Ectostorm," the third in a series, shows that sometimes a series doesn't weaken but can actually gain strength. Where some novels fail to keep an interesting plot line with successive stories, Johnson packs a wallop into a roller-coaster of prose. Stanley Cooper is a character whose voice remains true to the after-dead seeing man that he is. His 'voice' in this story is engaging and realistic, and when I read through the pages I felt just as if he were talking personally t ...more
Rhonda Joseph
In Ectostorm, author Scott A. Johnson does what I love to see great writers do: he takes his exemplary writing to an even higher level. A fan of the Stanley Cooper chronicles since the first book, Vermin, I was completely awed by the characters in the latest installment. I already felt like I knew them intimately, but just as we don’t always know everything we think we do about even close friends, Stanley and his crew drew me deeper into their world.

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Ron
Third entry in the refreshingly different Stanley Cooper urban fantasy/horror series. I like Stanley as the reluctant 'regular guy' protagonist, his 'team,' and the Pittsburgh setting is a nice change. Johnson is sparing with the humor one typically finds in most of this subgenre and that suits me fine. I love humorous novels, but don't think humor and horror are always a good pairing. Humor diminishes the impact of horror and realistic horror dampens humor, IMO. Johnson also takes the time to s ...more
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Scott A. Johnson is a professional writer specializing in horror and true ghost stories. He currently has eleven books in print and is the Paranormal Studies Editor for Dread Central. In his free time, he teaches Kajukenbo karate, hunts ghosts, and spends time with his wife and two daughters. Though he lives in Texas, he also teaches in Seton Hill University's Masters in Writing Popular Fiction pr ...more
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