A paranormal conference at the most haunted hotel in the Southern Appalachian mountains . .a man’s promise to his late wife that he’d summon her spirit . Next, how hard it is to create at least one decent female character? The most tedious parts of the book belong to an informal demonologist who doesn't see anything wrong in killing another person for greater good. As I said, I don't have patience for any kind of preaching. When Digger Wilson brings his paranormal team Spirit Seekers International to A paranormal conference at the most haunted hotel in the Southern Appalachian mountains . .a man’s promise to his late wife that he’d summon her spirit . Because soon the inn will be closing for good, angels can’t be trusted, and demons don’t like to play alone..........2.5I am not sure what to think of this book. Yes, in the same way a haunted place horror film is entertaining. It takes its sweet time, working on individual people one by one. That God doesn't want to dirty his hands and that demons are doing it for him is a statement scattered all throughout the book. That's why I chose to read those parts as a satire. demonic evil lurking in the remote hotel’s basement, just waiting to be awoken. And when people start to disappear, Digger and his daughter Kendra must face the circle of demons that view the hotel as their personal playground. You see, I don't like preachy books no matter the side (a believer or an atheist, both can be rabid) and I am choosing to read those parts as a religious satire. When Digger Wilson brings his paranormal team Spirit Seekers International to the White Horse Inn, he is skeptical that his dead wife will keep her half of the bargain. But when one of the conference guests channels a mysterious presence and an Ouija board spells out a pet phrase known only to Digger and his wife, his convictions are challenged. Somewhe2.5I am not sure what to think of this book. Yes, in the same way a haunted place horror film is entertaining. It takes its sweet time, working on individual people one by one. While the book is really entertaining, there were a couple of things that annoyed the hell out of me.
Instead you have an old washed out hag of a manager, a dishonest and beautiful employee, a stereotypical Mexican laundry woman, a cougar who has a hidden reason to be there, and the rest of the visitors are crazed ghost hunters.Comments like 'she’d aged a couple of decades since he’d last seen her, or maybe she’d taken off her make-up', 'Nothing was sadder than a woman fighting the losing battle with the time and growing desperate and scared as her feminine vanity fought the truth.', '..unfortunate woman whose make-up was think enough to make an undertaker proud.She was way too old to put Kool-Aid highlights in her hair.','... Now, I do not notice things like this every single time, but it was really hard not to see it here.a woman couldn't count on looks forever' don't help either. Overall, as a haunted hotel story with a couple of truly creepy moments, it was pretty entertaining, but don't expect any character depth. I love those books that keep me engaged so fully in the story that I can lose myself between the pages for hours and not even realize how much time has passed.