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Can Michael get to heaven before the devil gets him first, and if it means leaving Sarah is he sure he still wants to go?

Michael Andrews had everything - a loving family, a great girlfriend and a promising basketball career. That was before the accident that took his life. Now, he's a ghost, wandering among the living, struggling to understand why he's stuck. All he wants is to move on.

That is until he meets Sarah, an attractive young girl who died just as tragically as he did. The only trouble is falling in love and binding oneself to another soul is forbidden, for it may keep one or both of the souls bound to earth for longer than they should be.

To make matters worse, there's also a danger in going too far with Sarah, because the "joining" of two souls in the afterlife is also strictly forbidden and they don't know what will happen if they do go that far. Each time they touch they can feel the boundaries of their energies slipping perilously into one another.

Things get even more complicated as Michael learns he's being pursued. Demons are after him because he's a marked soul, a soul the devil wants very badly for some unknown reason.

So, maybe falling in love in the afterlife isn't such a good idea.

The book was inspired by the legend of a haunting at the Angel of the Sea bed and breakfast in Cape May, NJ.

***2016 Golden Leaf Award for Best First Book***
***Awarded the Literary Classics Seal of Approval***
***FINALIST in the National Indie Excellence Awards for Young Adult Fiction***

332 pages, Paperback

First published November 4, 2016

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Marlo Berliner

5 books366 followers
Marlo Berliner is the award-winning author of THE GHOST CHRONICLES, her debut book which was released in November 2015 to critical acclaim. The book won the 2016 NJRW Golden Leaf Award for Best First Book, was named a FINALIST in the National Indie Excellence Awards for Young Adult Fiction, received the Literary Classics Seal of Approval, was awarded a B.R.A.G. Medallion, and was named one of the “best indie YA books we have seen in the past year, from both self-publishers and small presses” by IPPY Magazine. Marlo writes young adult, women’s fiction, and short stories. She is a Literary Agent with The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency in NY. Her second book, THE GHOST CHRONICLES BOOK 2, was released in October 2017. She is also the author of Lessons of Hope and Light, A Collection of Inspirational Short Stories.
In her free time, Marlo loves reading, relaxing at the beach, and watching movies. After having spent some wonderful time in Pittsburgh and Houston, she’s now back in her home state of New Jersey where she resides with her husband, two sons, and a rambunctious puppy named Max.

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Author 5 books366 followers
December 29, 2015
Even though I'm the author of this book, I hadn't read it in one sitting in a long time. Much to my surprise the book still brought all the feels for me that it did when I wrote it. And it's making me so happy that it's doing it now for others, as well. Makes it all worth it.
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Author 6 books1,822 followers
August 11, 2017
Michael Andrews has a charmed life, that is, until his young life is cut short due to an accident. But contrary to popular belief, he doesn’t move on to Heaven or Hell; he’s roaming haplessly among the living. Not sure what to do or how to feel, he clings to the past and pines for the future he’ll never get. But then he meets Tom who becomes like a mentor to him. He discovers he’s got the Devil on his tail, hunting him down to drag him into Hell. Just when the afterlife was getting interesting…

Michael on the run when he bumps into Sarah, a ghost just like him, and they instantly connect. Can two spirits fall in love? Anything is possible but it’s against the ghostly rules. Is their love affair over before it starts and why does the Devil want his soul so badly?

I’m a huge paranormal fan and this ghostly tale, while not scary in any way, sheds light on what the afterlife might be like. Confusing, sad, overwhelming, happy, are some of the emotions portrayed which made me think long after I finished the book.

I took a full star off my rating for the abrupt ending. I know that this is book one in the series but for me to read the next one, there needs to be some kind of conclusion, a plot arc closed, something. Disappointing.

I loved the backdrop of New Jersey and the author’s descriptive narration transported me. The world-building in The Ghost Chronicles, while not 100% original, suspended my disbelief completely. I was completely taken into Michael’s head through his POV and his reactions made it an excellent read. The romance, while sweet, made me smile. Michael and Sarah are so cute together, exploring love and desire as ghosts.

If you love paranormal with a touching romance, pick this up today. I look forward to reading book two and seeing what happens next.

Favorite Character/Quote: “To be warm again, to tingle again, to feel again, these sensations were so familiar, yet already so forgotten.”

My Rating: 4 stars

This review first appeared: https://princessofthelight.wordpress.com
February 27, 2016
I just finished THE GHOST CHRONICLES by Marlo Berliner and had to give a shout out to my fellow Jerseyite for this incredible YA Paranormal! Berliner’s high-concept storytelling and sympathetic hero had me hooked on this title immediately.

I can’t help beginning with the setting because (holla!) a large part of it takes place in New Jersey. Michael, our ghostly hero, grew up in central Jersey. The description of this area is especially fun for local readers who can connect to the landmarks mentioned a la Evanovich.

The heart of the setting, however, is the Angel of the Sea, a gorgeous bed and breakfast in Cape May, NJ that’s rumored to harbor the ghost of a teenage girl, Sarah. Love crosses boundaries of time, space, and death as Michael falls for Sarah.

Berliner pulls out all the paranormal stops by rolling explanations of other paranormal creatures besides ghosts into her world-building. I don’t want to give these pieces away, but look forward to meeting incredible creatures as well as historical figures.

Michael himself had me hooked from the beginning–a teen character who looses his life, his girlfriend, his future in basketball, and his family. He begins the book alive, so this loss is more deeply felt, and his journey to move on from his ties to the mortal world has its own perils. Travel with Michael to several historic locations as he seeks the answers to the big questions of his afterlife and flees the demons that want his soul.
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667 reviews146 followers
June 12, 2017
Wow! I was not expecting to enjoy this book quite as much as I did. I get a lot of books for review. Most of them wind up being just ok or books that I have to force myself to read. Sometimes I even have to DNF the book. This was definitely not the case with The Ghost Chronicles. I thought this was going to be your average ghost haunts a house type of story. It was so much more than that! The main character of the book is actually the ghost himself. 

There are so many interesting elements to this story. Every moment was something new and exciting. It was a fantastic ghostly adventure! You will get immersed in the spirit side of this world. I was never once bored while reading this book. It held my interest the entire way through. If I had had the time I easily could have read this in one sitting. I actually wanted to! The paranormal elements in this book were spectacular and spot on. There is just so much interesting things to look forward to in this story. Marlo did an absolute fantastic job with this story. She managed to pack so much into one book and make it all fit perfectly. There is so much going on and so much to think on. This would make a fantastic book club read. There are so many discussions to be had after reading this book. I could write on for hours about everything that I enjoyed and the way I felt about this book. Doing so would only give away the entire story and spoil it for others so I will hold back. This book deserves all the accolades and recognition it has received and may receive in the future. Make sue to read it now before everyone is talking about it. I feel like soon you will see the entire booktube community talking about this one. I am so VERY stoked for the next book to come out...and even more excited that I don't have to wait too long. August people! Get to reading this one asap. 

You can read my full review here:
Profile Image for Kit (Metaphors and Moonlight).
884 reviews123 followers
September 20, 2016
3 Stars

Full Review:
*I received a free ecopy of this book via YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.*

There were some things I liked about this book, but mostly I found it frustrating.

Number one, I don’t feel like I got a complete story. Even though it was not made apparent at the time when I read this that it was the first in a series, I like series and would’ve been fine with that. I’m well aware that series leave threads hanging. But this ended in a really awkward spot with nothing actually resolved. There was kind of a climax, but not one that answered or truly resolved anything. *SPOILER ALERT* *END SPOILER* But I also can be ok with that in certain circumstances, except…

Number two, this story took too long to get started. The blurb talks all about Michael falling in love with Sarah and being hunted by demons… except he doesn’t meet her until 40% in, and he doesn’t find out about the demons until even later. Before that (no spoilers), all that happens is that Michael becomes a ghost, hangs around his grieving loved ones, meets another ghost named Tom, and learns a few ghost-y tricks. As it was, I wasn’t bored, but I was just kind of waiting for something to happen. So everything before the 40% mark could’ve been condensed, and the story could’ve continued to a more natural ending without making the book any longer than it is now.

Three, I had a couple issues with the writing. There were a whole bunch of POVs in the beginning, none of which contributed anything (except Michael’s), but thankfully that stopped quickly and it was just Michael’s POV for the rest of the book. There were also way too many emphasized words. Sometimes it seemed like there was one, maybe even two, in every sentence. Not the worst offense, but one that really grated on me by the end.

The last issue I had is one I’m torn about. Michael’s character was well-written and seemed realistic for an 18-year-old boy, and I think his behaviors were purposefully written the way they were because of how other characters reacted, but he still frustrated me. He was stubborn, reckless, and narrow-minded, he didn’t listen or follow the ghost rules, and he felt entitled, like he should get to know everything. I don’t mean to say he had no good qualities though—he also cared a lot about his family, was respectful toward his girlfriends, was driven and curious to learn, and did learn a thing or two about himself. I just mean to say I liked that he was realistic and flawed, but his particular flaws were hard for me to deal with.

Despite all that though, something about this book had me hooked and made me not want to stop reading, especially in the second half. I enjoyed seeing this author’s take on ghosts, the explanation for how they exist, their abilities, etc. And the story, once it got going, was pretty good. It also had me wondering how often ghosts might just be around without me even realizing it, and it’s always fun when books make me wonder those kinds of things.

So overall, my biggest issues were with too many scenes that didn’t seem necessary and an abrupt ending, but the story itself showed promise. If you can forget the blurb and go into this thinking of it as more of the tale of a teenager’s death and how he copes with and becomes accustomed to his afterlife as a ghost, and if you don’t mind an abrupt ending, you may enjoy this more.

Recommended For:
Anyone interested in a slow-paced read about a teenage character coping with his death and afterlife as a ghost.

Original Review @ Metaphors and Moonlight
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Author 10 books901 followers
September 26, 2016
This review was originally posted on Michelle K. Pickett's blog: These Words Tell a Story...

The Ghost Chronicles was a poignant story of life, love, and death. It has so many layers; there's sure to be something for everyone, from the touching love story, the deep emotional parts when Michael, the main character, has to leave his life behind, to the suspenseful events that follow Michael and his “mark.”
The characters were well written. Michael was a strong protagonist and very likable. It was easy to root for him. His ghostly love interest, Sarah, was well written as well, as was their story. I loved the myriad of secondary characters in the ghost world! The author’s spin on some famous individual’s afterlife was interesting and entertaining. It was probably my favorite part of the book.
The plot was unique and following Michael through the process of learning about "life" as a ghost was interesting. But be warned, there are some questions left unanswered. For instance, why do some ghost move on while others are trapped? Why was Michael marked by the devil? I’m sure these will be addressed in the sequel.
While there were some mechanical issues—mainly with punctuation—the author’s writing style was easy to follow and enjoyable to read.
Bottom line: an interesting take on the afterlife that will give some readers pause as they ponder the world beyond the grave.

Read more of my reviews, inlcuding this one, on my blog: These Words Tell a Story...
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Author 2 books68 followers
October 21, 2017
This book is full of love, wonders, action and longing. Marlo Berliner has written a story about the afterlife, ghosts that roam around the world and demons with a twist which has captivated her readers.

Michael has everything life has to offer him, loving families, a girlfriend he loves and even a scholarship of his dreams. This story reminds you that even after you die, none of that matters. You're on your own. Except for when it come to Michael's story as he meets unexpected people in unexpected circumstances. Some that could lighten him up and some that haunts him wherever he goes.

Grief is probably the most painful feeling a human being can experience. It is the matter of how you manage to cope with it and try to live your life and move on even if it usually takes times.

There were parts that I still wonder about to this moment, parts where it doesn't really make any sense and parts where I can't help but to believe in the beauty of love.

10.1k reviews112 followers
February 18, 2018
A lovely story of Michael who is now a ghost and has fallen in love with Sarah, also a ghost. Obviously this is forbidden. The story keeps you reading until the end to find out what happens. It’s a not be be missed book for anyone.
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265 reviews10 followers
June 20, 2018
This book was one that I found on another blog a few months back. I enjoy ghost stories and this seemed like a good choice. I enjoyed it and I will most likely read the next one eventually but it isn't jumping to the top of my TBR at the moment. Probably a summer read when I am home.
16 reviews
May 23, 2017
Wonderful ! Delightful! Page turner ! Thoroughly enjoyed ! Looking forward to #2.
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August 23, 2017

1.The cover art .
2.The art implied so much, yet gave nothing but intrigue.
3. I opened the cover only to find treasure inside.
I loved it. Lynn Porter
95 reviews
February 22, 2018
Different but good

This book was not what I was expecting but in a good way. I definitely need to read the next one.
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154 reviews1 follower
October 13, 2020
This book was a gift and it was such a great book one of the best I've read I really recommend this one it's great
153 reviews6 followers
August 6, 2018
Fascinating. Marlo wrote with incredible savvy, wit, and I’m quite impressed with her ability to conjure explanations and rationale in this magical, fantasy fiction. I wouldn’t be surprised if I should believe everything she wtote.

Definitely an attention-holder. Highly recommend.

Starting the sequel immediately.

Ps: I did get to meet this author at Angel of The Sea in Cape May last summer. She’s charming, wArm, and so personable. i’m happy for her success.
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1 review
February 5, 2018
Loved it

This is a great book, I'm hooked. where can i find the second half? I'm dying to know what happens
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Author 3 books4 followers
June 29, 2017
An interesting take on the afterlife

This novel explores some of the possibilities souls might face when they cannot move on. Well written and with believable characters and emotions.
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143 reviews5 followers
September 14, 2016
One of these days, I’ll stop trying to define what I expect from a book because I seem to be finding that less and less as I read them. This book was nothing at all like what I thought it would be. I tend to assume stories related to ghosts will be creepy on some level, but I really didn’t get that from this one. If you’re looking for a creepy ghost story, definitely look somewhere else. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t a great book though!

To be perfectly honest, I almost didn’t get far enough into the story to really get drawn in. As a mother of a young boy, I connected so strongly with Michael’s mother. So much so that her grief felt crushing to me and I had to stop reading for a while and come back to the story later. I did keep reading, though, and the Michael’s adventures in this story did appeal to me. What I loved most about this book, though, was the use of very real historical events and locations. The story was quite well researched. Believe me, I paused and searched online for people, dates, events, and locations at time so that I could find more information (not because the book was lacking in that aspect, but because I’m an impossibly curious person). I love the way that historical figures were tied into the story, as well.

Personally, though, I feel like this story is incomplete. I realize, after reading the author’s notes, that this is the first in a series, and I do love to follow serieses. Most of the time, though, I feel like each book has its own story to tell and there is some form of closure at the end of each installment, even if if it leaves you desperate for the next book. This time, though, I didn’t get that feeling at all. I felt as if we were cut off right in the middle of the story. Right in the middle of a conversation, actually. In the end, I found myself left with more questions than answers, and I don’t really feel like I have a good understanding of the ghost world. It’s a cute story, and I’ll probably pick up the sequel. I’m not really a fan of leaving off in the middle of the scene, though, and I surely hope the next book doesn’t follow the same pattern in that respect.
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1,302 reviews27 followers
January 7, 2016
Michael Andrews is a Senior in high school, weeks away from graduation, an all-star basketball co-captain and has a great girlfriend. Unfortunately, he is hit by a reckless driver and dies in the accident. Michael is left to navigate the ghost world on his own and it is no easier than the living world. Michael wants to move onward and upward after his death, but doesn’t know how. Michael finally meets Tom, another ghost who is able to help him figure out his new world. As Michael learns about being a ghost, he meets many other ghosts, including Sarah, the resident haunt at the Angel of the Sea. With Sarah, he learns that love can be part of the afterlife. However, danger is also part of being a ghost. Michael learns that he is marked by the devil and is being chased by demons that want his soul and will put Sarah in danger in order to get it.

I was pulled right into this story about Michael’s trials and learning about how to be a ghost. It was really interesting to see his struggles with leaving his family and girlfriend behind, especially in the absence of his father. I really liked when Michael met Tom and was able to learn about his new world, do cool things and meet other ghosts. Some of the famous ghosts were awesome to get to know in the afterlife. Michael and Sarah’s relationship is very sweet but a little strange to me; I’d love to know more about ‘joining’ of souls and why it is a bad thing and maybe more about Sarah’s life. The suspense builds as Tom sudden disappearances grow and the demons are more intent on chasing down Michael for his mark. There is a lot to still figure out: Why is Tom special? Why do some ghosts move on while others are stuck? Why is Michael marked for the devil? I will definitely be reading the second book!
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.
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Author 48 books119 followers
October 12, 2016
It's always sad when a young man, who seemingly has everything in the world going for him, has his life cut short by a tragic accident that was not his fault; his family and friends are left to pick up the pieces as they try to figure out how to deal with a world that no longer that has him in it.

After being killed in such an accident, Michael Andrews has to leave behind his mother and younger brother - who still haven't recovered from the death of Michael's father - as well as a loving girlfriend and a promising future as a college basketball player. His specter does not move on for whatever reason, and he watch while his loved ones move on with their lives.

Michael encounters Sarah, the ghost of a young girl who died in the 1960's and now calls a quaint New England B&B home. He develops an instant connection with her that soon blossoms into love ... unfortunately for them, there are rules in the afterlife that hinder their relationship. To make matters worse, there are demons after Michael, and it seems like the Big D has his sights set on our young hero.

This was a very interesting story. It started extremely well as Michael became accustomed to his ghostliness. However, there were times the story lost steam a little bit, and the extremely abrupt ending left me with more questions than answers, questions I will have to wait for Book Two to answer. I quite enjoyed the cameo appearances made by ghosts of famous (or even notorious) people from history.

Overall, though, I thoroughly enjoyed the book, thanks largely to Ms. Berliner's terrific writing style. This books does contain quite a few expletives, but the romance is sweet and the violence is not graphic.

June 13, 2016
Michael is an outstanding kid, a terrific son, and an amazing big brother. He's always worked hard and made good choices. He'll be going to college in the fall on a basketball scholarship and his girlfriend of two years is the love of his life. His future looks bright and he's on track to do big things. So when he's killed in a tragic accident, he finds himself frustrated, lost, and confused --trapped somewhere in a world between life and whatever awaits him on the other side of death. Unsure how to navigate this unknown territory Michael struggles with a desire to hold onto his past while battling his doubts about what lies beyond the grave.

Author Marlo Berliner has penned a poignant tale that conjures a myriad of emotions. Young adult audiences will laugh and cry as they experience the afterlife through Michael's eyes. This suspenseful book is uniquely introspective and will leave readers with lots to ponder as they explore the possibilities of life beyond death in the sometimes exhilarating, often frightening world encountered in The Ghost Chronicles.
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563 reviews8 followers
January 7, 2016
I loved this book right from the beginning.

There isn’t a ton of mystery or action or thrill about this book. I mean, there is one part where things get… anxious… but for the most part, this book follows Michael in his after life.

I have strange beliefs. Not everyone has the same beliefs as me so when I find someone or something that aligns with my thoughts – I fall in love. This was one of those things!

I loved following Michael on his journey and I could feel the emotions behind the entire story. The sadness that his mother felt; Michael’s frustration and anger. Empathy for Melissa.

I am not one who typically reads books more than once, but this one will remain on my Kindle to read again in the future. That doesn’t happen often, but when I find a book like this, it’s a treasure to hang on to!

Disclosure: I received an ebook copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
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1,526 reviews1 follower
February 19, 2016
The Ghost Chronicles by Marlo Berliner is a story about a teenager named Michael. Michael gets in a fatal accident and can see his body from the outside. He watches his mother and brother as they receive the news of his accident and its outcome. He meets another ghost, Tom, who explains to Michael what is going on and shows him ghosts at a haunted penitentiary that are all in different stages of despair. Throughout the rest of the book, Michael is trying to understand what his purpose is in not moving on. Michael meets Abraham Lincoln and because of this meeting, he figures out what Tom's purpose is. The visit with President Lincoln was short but inspirational; "There is no greater joy than one's children." -Abraham Lincoln. The meeting with Lincoln was my favorite part of the book. The story's unanswered questions and ending left an opening for a sequel.
292 reviews5 followers
November 15, 2016
I never thought I'd describe a book as a realistic ghost story, but that's what this novel is. Michael's life is cut tragically short in a violent car accident but instead of moving on, he is stuck on earth as a ghost. Turns out there is a lot to learn about being a ghost, and Michael learns some lessons from his ghost mentor Tom, and learns other lessons the hard way. Tom seems to be marked by the devil himself, and his demons are tracking Tom with escalating danger and violence. Being a ghost is explained scientifically, and anyone interested in energy or physics will appreciate that aspect of the book. As the first of a series, this book successfully sets up characters and conflicts that can be explored in subsequent books. Fun fact: the book is set largely in Cape May, Branchburg NJ and the Outerbanks, all settings that may be familiar to readers.
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19 reviews5 followers
March 28, 2017
***This book was sent to me from the author but my opinion is my own and therefore not persuaded.***From the very first page I knew this was going to be a good book. I was wrong. It was fantastic! Instantly I felt a connection to the man character Michael who, obviously, dies in a most tragic way. There was never a dull moment nor was there any scrap of detail left out. Marlo built a world I could visualize in my head. One that I could relate to. There was a little love, a little mystery, a little spook but a big life lesson. This was a delightful and easy read for me as I finished it in 3 days (full-time mom & job otherwise I would have finished in one sitting). Highly recommend this book to anyone. Can't wait for the next installment!

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156 reviews1 follower
October 29, 2016
I am so glad to have won this book from good reads!!! "Sometimes" there will be a book that no matter if it takes you a day or a week to read it, it never gets boring and you just don't want to put it down, well this was most certainly one of those books. A little disappointed with the ending, "BUT" it made room for a second book if the author wanted to write a sequel. I never figured out why the father kept showing up or why Michael was caught in the in between or what his purpose was. So again maybe another book in the making? I would definitely read it!! Good job Marlo Berliner!!
Thank you for the book!!
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486 reviews15 followers
July 25, 2016
The Ghost Chronicles center around Michael in the afterlife -- or, one of them.
Michael is dead. He's not moving on, with no idea why. He meets a female ghost and they start to develop a relationship. Michael knows the rules -- no joining of souls, because it could prevent one or both from moving on. Just where that line lies, he does not know. Then he learns that he's a marked soul, the Devil himself wants his soul. YIKES!

My only problem with this book is that it should come with something to smack when Michael needs a wake-up call.
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Author 4 books274 followers
March 9, 2016
Marlo Berliner creates a wholly imaginative world. By intermingling real places and people in her story, she delivers a thrilling juxtaposition of real world with surreal. She takes us on a journey of what happens to Michael after death. He travels afar, from beaches to DC to a Philadelphia jail. As characters enter from different eras and geographies, it made me feel like anything was possible. Highly creative debut!

I received the book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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4 reviews
December 29, 2015
Marlo Berliner does a superb job of drawing you in to this unique take on a ghost story. I enjoyed the writing, the characters, and the plot. It is a fun, fast-paced, and interesting look into life after death and what happens to those who are left behind. It begins as a heart wrenching tale of loss which transforms as the story develops into something that leaves the reader hopeful. I can't wait for the next books...so the story can continue.
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1,475 reviews5 followers
February 4, 2016
I'm curious to see where the next book in the series goes. While I liked the characters, and the premise for the story is great, I felt like the plot just...wasn't. It was more like a lesson in how to be a ghost than it was any sort of story. That being said, the tale did seem to finally start picking up at the end, so I'm hopeful that the next book will read more like fiction and less like a documentary.
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840 reviews3 followers
October 1, 2016
I almost stopped reading this book, because sometimes it was so boring. There are parts in the book that for me are just page filling pages without any meaning. But I picked it up again and to my suprise it was a great book. I thought it was a stand alone book, but it was not. Now I have to wait for book 2. I hope it's coming soon.
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