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Nightmare (Dangerous Times Collection Book #2) di [Parrish, Robin]
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Ghost Town is the hottest amusement park in the country, offering state-of-the-art chills and thrills involving the paranormal. The park's main ride is a haunted mansion that promises an encounter with a real ghost.

When Maia Peters visits during her senior year of college, she's not expecting to be impressed. Maia grew up as the only child of a pair of world-renowned "ghost hunters," so the paranormal is nothing new. In fact, the ride feels pretty boring until the very end. There, a face appears from the mist. The face of Jordin Cole, a girl who disappeared from campus a year ago.

Convinced what she saw wasn't a hoax and desperate to find answers to Jordin's disappearance, Maia launches into a quest for answers. Joined by Jordin's boyfriend--a pastor's kid with very different ideas about the spirit realm--Maia finds herself in a struggle against forces she never expected to confront.

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4.0 su 5 stelle Really Good Book 10 novembre 2013
Di Steph4 - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
There wasn't much I disliked about this book. The cover is awesome, the author writes well, and the story is pretty captivating. I appreciate the element of reality the author conveyed by using actual known haunted locations for the flashback chapters. I thought that every other chapter alternating between the past/present perspective helped move the story along at a nice pace. The big 'reveal' of what happened to Jordin was cool and in my opinion the Christian element was not at all heavy-handed. One nitpick I have: It does appear that some of the timelines are times I wasn't sure exactly how long Jordin was missing. Also, at one point I noticed (can't recall where exactly) that the location/date was off. Nevertheless, this didn't affect my enjoyment. Recommended for those who like ghost stories, mysteries, and a little sci-fi.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Nearly Impossible to Put Down 22 luglio 2010
Di Paul A. Rose Jr. - Pubblicato su
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Normally at this point, I'd start the review by saying Robin Parrish has done it again. Instead, I am thrilled to say this is the best writing Robin Parrish has ever done.

To be sure, I've been a fan of Parrish's fiction since he first started crafting his serial novel on Fuse Magazine (later Infuze Magazine) that eventually was re-worked as Relentless (Dominion Trilogy #1), the first book of the Dominion Trilogy. That novel was good, the second was better and the third improved on the previous. Parrish's standalone novel that followed, Offworld was good, but different, and had some minor hiccups.

But forget all that - Nightmare is Parrish at his suspenseful best. The pacing is near-perfect - bouncing back and forth between the current time and the previous year, revealing piece by piece of the larger story with a style reminiscent of the TV phenomenon Lost, but executed much tighter, more brilliantly.

The first person narrative instantly draws you in and develops a relationship between you and protagonist Maia Peters that keeps you interested and entertained, like a good storyteller recalling events. It very much reminded me of my favorite Dean Koontz novel, Life Expectancy. Maia's voice is unique and witty and personable enough that she feels like an old friend, despite her experiences that some readers may find hard to relate to. In fact, it is Parrish's particular attention to Maia's voice and resulting character that allows us to be enveloped in her world, even when some might doubt its believability otherwise. The fact that she appeals even to Parrish's Christian readers who don't share her beliefs is a testament to Parrish's deft handling of her personality that lesser writers might have completely screwed up.

I've seen where other reviewers (here and on other sites) have complained that Parrish focuses too much on the supernatural and on the "ghostly" sites, without forcing more of a Christian worldview onto the plotline. Quite frankly, if he had tried to do that, the story would have severely suffered, as would the credibility of Maia, who is NOT a Christian. However, Parrish balances Maia's decidedly non-mainstream Christian belief systems with that of Derek, her missing friend's fiancee, who is both secure in his beliefs and on the path to becoming a minister like previous generations of his family. Granted, Derek is mocked by Maia, but she admits and develops a grudging, at times, respect for him and his beliefs. What's more, he's presented as being rational, intelligent and established in his own beliefs - he didn't just inherit them from his parents or teachers. And I believe that Parrish's own influence comes out in the development of the characters - which is how it should work - we don't need explicit statements of belief or conversion stories to make a story acceptible to Christian readers. I think Parrish's subtlety is much more accessible to non-believers and agnostics and would be more likely to make them consider such issues than the explicit scenes in other Christian fiction.

Further, as someone who has had a little experience in this world, Parrish shows that he has done his research and tried to stay true to the experiences recorded by people in similar situations, which again, lends credibility to the characters and the storyline. And some folks seem to forget or ignore that while Maia is not a Christian, she DOES have a great respect for the supernatural and the boundaries we should and shouldn't cross. Without spoiling the story, she at times acts far more Christian than the people who claim to have Christian beliefs around her in the story. And respect for the supernatural, regardless of whether you believe in ghosts, aliens, or demons, is a much better (and more Biblical) response than hiding our heads in the sand as some reviewers have advocated.

I'll get off the soapbox now and just conclude that with the tightly paced and plotted storyline, the excellent characterizations and the attention to story details made this one of my favorite reads of all time. In suspense fiction, it stands easily next to Dean Koontz and Stephen King. This is one you won't want to miss!
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3.0 su 5 stelle Good writer, bad ending 12 gennaio 2011
Di BookDevour - Pubblicato su
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I am a Christian, but I don't necessarily read Christian themed books. I find them to be condescending and unrealistic; thanks to the "left behind series" I have been put out of the Christian market. Like many others who purchased this book I was hoping to read a horror book, but ended up with a semi-sermon. Kind of like that guy at work who asks about your weekend, but somehow you spend most of the conversation talking about his aching back. I will say however, that I did like the story, the writing's intensity and the pacing of the writing; no dumbing it down or overly complicated scientific explanations, just good entertainment until the end. Black smokey figure, of course it's a demon, saw that one coming. The two lovers whose bond is so strong that one of them comes back from the dead, okay. It's like going on a exciting road trip and stopping on the side of the getting out of your car and being handed a carefully wrapped present; the card reads: The end. BORING. Kick up a notch next time Mr. Author, then maybe I'll be able to remember your name for the review, (yes, I know it's at the bottom of the page, I'm being snarcky!).

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5.0 su 5 stelle What a Thriller 5 settembre 2012
Di Claudette H. Wood - Pubblicato su
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Okay, I'm afraid of ghosts. And I have to tell you, after reading this story, I am still afraid of them. In fact, I might believe in their existence more than I did before I began the book. I have to tell you, my thought so many times as I read the book was, "why would anyone want to spend the night in a building known to be 'haunted'?" That said, I thoroughly enjoyed the story line. And I love the last line of the book... "it isn't what happens when you die, it's what happens when you live."

If you enjoy stories about the afterlife, you will truly enjoy reading this book. Mr. Parrish has done a wonderful job with the subject.

You will also want to check out his 7Hours contribution, The Last Night of Alton Webber. Excellent!
5.0 su 5 stelle Wow! 23 gennaio 2014
Di Ashleigh - Pubblicato su
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Wow is the only word that comes to mind after reading this book. I have always been fascinated by the paranormal, and this book perfectly embraces the curiosity I share with the main protagonist, Maia.

I enjoyed the author's use of real life haunted attractions, and his excellent writing style transported me there, making me feel as thought I was right there! Overall, an excellent book which only took me 4 hours to read because it was so enthralling I couldn't bear to put it down!
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