Ghost Hall

Ghost Hall Paranormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew get the chance of lifetime when a Californian property developer sends them to Belgium to check out an abandoned building under renovation Builders have p

  • Title: Ghost Hall
  • Author: Michelle Wright
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Paranormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew get the chance of lifetime when a Californian property developer sends them to Belgium to check out an abandoned building under renovation Builders have pulled out due to a horrific accident, and the locals are convinced the place is cursed What starts as a working vacation for the Drews quickly turns into a dangerous challenParanormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew get the chance of lifetime when a Californian property developer sends them to Belgium to check out an abandoned building under renovation Builders have pulled out due to a horrific accident, and the locals are convinced the place is cursed What starts as a working vacation for the Drews quickly turns into a dangerous challenge.

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      Published :2019-06-12T22:13:58+00:00

    About "Michelle Wright"

    1. Michelle Wright

      Michelle Wright is A best selling author who s worked with the likes of JR Rain, Scott Nicholson and Aiden James Born in London s east end into a family of psychic mediums, her passion for writing started young By her early teens she had published stories in magazines and wrote scripts for school plays In later years becoming a psychotherapist and journalist in between practicing her psychic skills she travelled extensively Having lived in Spain and the US she now resides in Belgium.

    457 thoughts on “Ghost Hall”

    1. This book was truly awful. If it were possible to give it a Zero-Star rating, I would.First, the typographical editing is terrible, bordering on non-existent.Second, the basic grammatical construction of both sentences and paragraphs is horrible. Apparently, the author could not decide on whether to use first person present tense or third person past tense, so she used both - often in the same sentence. That was a really mental delight to interpret!But, the killing blow is the manner in which th [...]


    2. Much Shorter Than the OthersOnly 87 pages, nut Ellen and Monty get the job done. This time, they go to Belgium, and descriptions in the book were wonderful. I'd never even considered a trip there and is to the author's credit that I think it would be a great place to visit. I won't say anything about the actual story, you'll have to read it yourself. Very quick read, I was done in about 45 minutes. I'm very much looking forward to the next one.


    3. I tried to like Ghost Hall, I really did. However, it's filled with so many grammatical errors, that the book quickly becomes an absolute chore to read.While each book in The Ghost Files series has had a different author, Ghost Hall is the one that differs the most from the established norms, and writing style.What could have been a truly interesting instalment to the series, ended up feeling like badly written fan fiction.


    4. Well this series quickly went downhill. The first two books were good, the third was so-so, and I couldn't get more than 20% into this one. You can definitely tell the authors have changed, because they have completely changed the characters. The writing in this one is stiff and doesn't flow, and wastes time with repetitive description. There are multiple spelling and grammatical errors, and Monty doesn't think of anything other than boinking his wife.


    5. slap you in the face with reality. being shameful of your city or countries actions in the past, and trying to cover it up will lead you back to where you don't want to be. lesson we all learn in history class, but also learn in this tale.a couple of paranormal investors handle a building wrapped up in a horrid past. how they decide to handle it, makes the story even more interesting.


    6. Disappointed after loving the first 3I have read the first 4 books in this series. I loved 1 thru 3, enough to buy the entire set. This book is making me question my decision. This book didn't have the same flair and feel. I didn't like Monty and Ellen at all. Plus the book felt very repetitive. I'm deeply disappointed.


    7. This series is really falling off. Just feel like their is not enough tension through the story. The characters seem different. The story just went in circles. And no I don't want to hear Monty's lusting thoughts. Needs a little retooling to continue.


    8. I would have given this book more stars, but there were a number of grammar and punctuation mistakes that threw me out of the story. I did enjoy it, though - it was another light, easy read and I definitely intend to get the next book in the series


    9. Great Story! First book I have read from this author. It kept my interest and I finished it in 2 days, souldn't put it down!


    10. Rate the book.I really enjoyed this story. As I have posted before, I love ghost stories. I do enjoy Monty and Ellen.


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