The author, an experienced audiobook narrator, delivers his own ghost story, and, not surprisingly, he sounds perfectly comfortable doing so. His characterizations are precise and sympathetic, and he has a clear grasp on where to place atmospheric tension fitting for a novel of suspense. The story goes back and forth in time as Peter Larson, an audiobook narrator himself, and his wife, Hannah, attempt to recover from their child's death by moving back to Peter's hometown. It's a story of grief, the struggle to move forward, and a strange haunted house. Sorensen's voice is a midrange growl, and his pacing is brisk without sacrificing meaning or emotion. Chilling and forceful, Sorensen's story of family, emotional pain, and suspense will maintain listeners' rapt attention. K.S.B. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2018]
Trade Ed. Tantor Media 2018
DD ISBN $19.99
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