Wednesday, December 10, 2014

review: ghost trackers by jason hawes and grant wilson

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Ghost Trackers should’ve been exciting as high school friends Amber, Drew, and Trevor reunite for their high school reunion 15 years after graduating and learn that the supernatural entity they thought they escaped is killing their former classmates. It wasn’t. Ghost Trackers is written so passively that even the climatic scenes at the end were skim-worthy.
Review copy provided by the publisher, Pocket Books.

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