Not a particularly informative or interesting book. I used to catch odd motions out of the corner of my eye when I was alone, and I often felt a chill in the bathroom when I was doing laundry. The first in an exciting new paranormal fiction series by the stars of the 1 hit SyFy television show Ghost Hunters. When they get invited to their 15 year high school reunion, they decide to go and maybe be able to put the past behind them for good. A wave of dizziness came over her, and for a second, she considered flopping back onto the mattress, but she managed to ride it out and remain upright.
For me, that's more scary than a guy walking around in a mask with a machete in hand. I'm not sure whether it was the mood I was in or the story itself, but the book really, really creeped me out! Archived from on October 29, 2013. The traumatic experience caused the friends to go their separate ways. The build-up of the mystery of what happened in their youth, and the memory they've all blocked out lends a nice chill to the story. In the end the spirit let his body and He was left aged and scared from the night when the house was set aflame.
As long as she was awake. She had felt sorry for him back then, had even befriended him to a certain extent, although now that she tried to remember, she found the details somewhat fuzzy. I could already hear the dialogue in my head: Did you see that? They decide to find out what's going on and how to get their memorie I really enjoyed this book. Is the evil of the Lowry House still there? The Biology Lab scene actually had me chuckling because I was having mental flashes of Haunted High. I'm happy to say, I was pleasantly surprised, to the point where I did not want to put it down. Based on who the authors were, I expected something a little more authoritative on the paranormal side of things.
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. Surprised to hear from him, Amber is taken aback by his suggestion to attend the reunion, but finds herself oddly compelled to make Drew and Trevor go. I love their books about their investigations. Despite this, I sometimes felt that the plot dragged slightly. The book was just not that scary.
Bad music, bad food, and hazy memories blurred by alcohol? However, they are in for a more sinister reality. We open the book by being introduced to Amber, Drew, and Trevor, three friends that have been reunited after many years through their 15 year high school reunion. Seeking Spirits: The Lost Cases of The Atlantic Paranormal Society. Three friends begin paranormal investigations during high school. The words seemed thrown together creating a rough and bumpy ride.
Additionally, all three friends share another secret: they all have large portions of their memories from high school missing. Amateur ghost hunters at the time, they spent much of their time chasing down tales of the paranormal. I found that I couldn't put it down because I wanted to see what would happen next. I mean, as a kid, that's what I wanted to be when I grew up. Archived from on September 28, 2007.
I'm happy to say, I was pleasantly surprised, to the point where I did not want to put it down. From the moment they arrive, it's obvious that whatever entity traumatized them as teenagers isn't finished with them. Apparently not so for Amber, Drew and Trevor, who shrugged off the most blatant examples of paranormal events as if they were commonplace. At times it felt like the author s threw in bigger words just for the sake of it, and the characters wound up sounding really unnatural. It burst into flames on the night of their visit, leaving the friends traumatized and nearly dead with only vague memories of the frightening events they had witnessed inside.
If you've ever seen their show, you'll know what I'm talking about. I couldn't wait to see it. Due to Drew's occupation, I felt that it was really played up while the others were kind of lost. These psychotic states were amazingly well written, and they made my hair stand on end. Before he could send the message, he was arrested.