Emma White

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
College student Abel Green murders a fellow dorm resident Emma White out of curiosity, only to be tormented and stalked by her vengeful ghost.

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Review by: Jason Perry on March 12, 2013 :
I came across this book in a search and thought I'd give it a read. I was somewhat impressed with what I've read. Not a bad read at all. But the only problem I had with the story was that Emma White's death was explained more than once, which, in a way, made the story seem repetitive and redundant. Now if it was a flashback to the death of her, then I can understand that. But overall, it did keep me entertained, all the way through. I honestly wouldn't mind reading more of this author's work.
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Review by: Miranda Thomason on March 11, 2013 :
I liked the cover and decided to give it a read. Abel is a college student with murder on his mind. Emma is a likely victim as she keeps to herself and studies. The murder scene is described twice in the story. The first time, it is glazed over and the second it is given in more detail. The second telling of the murder is very descriptive. The ghost in the story is at one point described as being emotionless. That did not fit with the other descriptions of her. She can't be both spiteful and emotionless. Just a little thing. The professor is described as middle old. I was shocked to click the link to the author’s page and find the author to be a younger person. I would have thought a college student wrote this story. So, only good things can come in the future for this writer.
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