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Fiction
Author: Jeannette Trayser
ISBN: 0595310788
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Pages 220 pages
Publisher iUniverse (March 7, 2004)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 887
ePUB size: 1289 kb
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eBook The Spook Light: Book One: The Frank Evans' Series download

by Jeannette Trayser


Just south of Joplin, Missouri, a small light glimmers, bouncing through the trees in the dead of night.

Doctors and Army Specialists have flocked to this deserted gravel lane; all have searched for an explanation, all have failed to unlock its mystery...

Until now.

Frank Evans sees a vision of his sister covered in blood on the night she dies. Full of questions, he returns to his hometown of Joplin, reuniting with his two best friends and Liza, the only woman he has ever loved. Together, they will seek the answers lying within the mystery of his sister's death, the unusual painting and gifts she left behind, and the ghosts who appear to aide them on their journey through The Spook Light...

"You have to save my children, Frankie. For their sake, you have to believe."

As she finishes, her body transforms into a light mist. Although Frank can barely make out her face, the heat continues to pulse through him. A brief moment passes by, and then she is gone. Frank sinks to the ground, putting his hands to his face,

"Not the Spook Light, Katie. Not the Spook Light."

Iraraeal
Just south of Joplin, Missouri, a small light glimmers, bouncing through the trees in the dead of night.
Doctors and Army Specialists have flocked to this deserted gravel lane; all have searched for an explanation, all have failed to unlock its mystery...
Until now.

Frank Evans sees a vision of his sister covered in blood on the night she dies. Full of questions, he returns to his hometown of Joplin, reuniting with his two best friends and Liza, the only woman he has ever loved. Together, they will seek the answers lying within the mystery of his sister's death, the unusual painting and gifts she left behind, and the ghosts who appear to aide them on their journey through The Spook Light...

"You have to save my children, Frankie. For their sake, you have to believe."
As she finishes, her body transforms into a light mist. Although Frank can barely make out her face, the heat continues to pulse through him. A brief moment passes by, and then she is gone. Frank sinks to the ground, putting his hands to his face,
"Not the Spook Light, Katie. Not the Spook Light."
This book delivers a powerful punch of suspense with a sampling of horror and romance. Frank and his friends are full of humor as they try to save the children from an evil spirit. Once I started the book, I just kept turning the pages until I reached the end (one twist you'll never see coming).
I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who likes a great read.
Mr_Jeйson
Overall the story was okay-it at least kept me interested until the end-only because I was expecting some of my questions (which kept me reading) to be answered. I am more confused now than when I started reading it. I understand that there is a sequel on the way, but I wont read it because I didn't care about the characters and a sequel seems like overkill-she could have easily ended the book.

Also, her dialogue is lacking and unbelieveable, and she uses a very irritating form of third person writing. She also needs a decent editor because I am a teacher and I had an overwhelming urge to get out my "red pen" and correct the grammatical and spelling errors myself.

Don't waste your time.
Nea
The 'Spooklight' is an excellent mix of suspense, romance, and horror in the supernatural genre.
Don't expect to put this book down once you've started reading it.