Author: J.L. Bryan
Series: Book Six on the Ellie Jordan Ghost Trapper Series
Published: February 27, 2016
Source: Copy Provided by the Author (in exchange for an honest review)
My Rating: 4.5 Stars!
It's October, and down at newly opened Pine Hollow Farm, the ghosts are running wild!. This “genuine” old-time family farm offers a big heap of fun fall activities. You can drink cider fresh from the orchard, enter a pumpkin-carving contest, and explore the five-acre corn maze. At night, if you aren't too scared, join the haunted hayride through the woods, featuring a genuine eighteenth-century cemetery. According to local legend, the ghost of a horseman has ridden the old dirt road through the woods for nearly two centuries, menacing travelers. Hayriders beware!
Then the real ghosts start to come out, threatening visitors to the farm and the family who live there. Paranormal detective Ellie Jordan travels out to the remote farm to root out the dangerous spirits. Ellie and her assistant Stacey must move fast, because the night is coming when all ghosts will be at full strength and free to roam—the night of Halloween.
I have to start off by saying that I just adore this series so I may be a bit biased with this review. Actually no, that isn't true, Bryan deserves all the credit and praise he gets for his work, they really are that good, that fun, and even that creepy and at times, horrific.
This has quickly become not only a favorite series of mine but one that I eagerly await each new installment of.
This was just so much more than the others, don't get me wrong, they are all fabulous, but things were seriously ramped up. The danger was greater, the stakes higher, and Ellie is in a position that she has never been in before, both work wise and relationship wise. This was unputdownable.
It freaked me out, gave me chills, made me mad, made me sad, made me laugh, and almost everything in between. I just adored it and with that ending, I can't wait for more.
I'm so excited about where this series is going and am on edge with what will happen next. This is definitely one serious that needs to be read, talked about, and one that needs to be taken note of.
*All thoughts and opinions are my own and were not influenced by the author. I was not compensated for this review.*