Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The Haunting of Hunter

The Haunting of Hunter
by Tracie Jules
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Teen, Paranormal, Ghost Stories

Some secrets won't stay buried, especially when there's finally someone around that you can tell them to – whether they want to hear it or not... 

Hunter Davis is an ordinary kid with an extraordinary gift: he can see and speak to ghosts. Once his secret gets out, the kids at school make his life unbearable. Thinking they can run from the ridicule, and the ghosts that gravitate to Hunter, his family moves across the country to the sleepy little town of Sparta, New Jersey. 

They find out all too soon that there is no escaping the lost spirits that seek justice from the living so they can have eternal rest. 

Now a teenager, Hunter realizes he must face the terrors and embrace his gift or be destroyed by it.

4.0 out of 5 stars Great readNovember 25, 2014
This review is from: The Haunting of Hunter (Kindle Edition)
I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would! It was fun, entertaining, spooky. The characters were well rounded. The story didn't drag. I liked the flashback scenes, they gave me more of an idea as to who the characters were. There were a few editing errors sprinkled throughout the book, but nothing major or drastic. The story is bound to make you 2nd guess every time your hair stands on end. I truly look forward to the next story (please tell me that there's another story?!)

There were some silly one liners that have you laughing one minute, then getting spooked the next.
"Payback he thinks, comes in the form of an adorable little girl that farts like she has a sewage treatment plant in her butt." I died when I read that (and not just because it made me think of my husbands gas) but because it really added a hint of personality to the story. This is a great read for any age. I look forward to more from this author.
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Tracie Jules is an author, screenwriter and actress. She grew up in upstate New York and attended the CIA in Hyde Park. She went on to bake for chef's, various restaurants and she taught pastry classes at two local community colleges. During this time she discovered acting and quickly began landing roles on TV, film and commercials. She resides in New Jersey with her husband Gerald, their five children and three grandchildren. She is also the creator and director of two web series, one of which, The Haunting of Hunter, was based upon.

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