Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Review: Speed Dating with the Dead By Scott Nicholson


Speed Dating with the Dead by Scott Nicholson
Release Date: June 25, 2010
Publisher:
Haunted Computer Books
Genre: Paranormal - SciFi

THE STORY:
When Wayne "Digger" Wilson hosts a paranormal conference at the haunted White Horse Inn, he has motives beyond searching for the inn's legendary ghosts.

Years ago, he made a honeymoon promise to his wife Beth that if one of them died, the survivor would return to the White Horse to summon the other's lost spirit. Now she's dead and Digger's back, with the daughter they conceived during that fateful honeymoon sixteen years before. And the ghost hunters are stirring up ancient evils that were better left in peace, because the inn's basement is home to a circle of demons that have been waiting for Wayne to return.

They want his teenage daughter Kendra, and they'll play whatever tricks they need in order to satisfy their dark desires. And at the White Horse Inn, not even angels can be trusted . . .

MY REVIEW: I wasn't sure what to expect with this book. BUT what I read, it was a real good "scary" story. There were twists and turns in every chapter. Good fighting evil, stuff to scare the crap out of you. I saw it as a mesh of different books I've read, or heard about, before. Kendra is the real star in this book. At 16, she's had more of a tough life than other kids her age. And it's no wonder, mom dead and dad convinced that he'll find his wife. I would not recomend this book if you are squimish or under 20!

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Also folks- Scott will be giving away a Kindle! He's doing a blog tour starting next month. Details here. Come back here on October 18 for an interview from Scott. If you've read any of his books, leave a question for him in our comments and I'll ask him to answer it! If not, that's ok too, you can still ask a question!

2 comments:

  1. After reading this, I will never attend a paranormal conference! You might not get out alive. Good story though, full of surprises and interesting characters.
    Christa Polkinhorn, author.

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  2. It was very different, and I don't think I'll attend a paranormal conference either! Thanks for comment!

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