The Lost Souls of Gingerbread Lane

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An unemployed software engineer accidentally develops a video app that enables him to speak to the dead and it seems the dead have unfinished business in the world of the living. Just as there is good and evil in the world of the living, there is also good and evil in that limbo world that lies between life and death. More

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About Dennis Butler

Dennis Butler has written fiction in several genres including science fiction, paranormal adventure/romance, African American historical fiction and crime/suspense. His books include stories about time travel, alien contact, space travel, human trafficking, terrorism, clairvoyance and ghostly encounters. Dennis lives on Florida's gulf coast.

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Julia Gousseva reviewed on on Nov. 24, 2014

What a treat! This is not your everyday ghost story (I don't even like most ghost stories) but an exploration of human relationships, the good and the evil, love and sacrifice. The main character is realistic, and his story is very believable : he starts giving ghost tours as a way to make some extra money, it's a job for him and entertainment for his guests, nothing more. For a while. But then things change as he starts to interact with the ghosts. And that's just the beginning of this fascinating adventure.

Dennis Butler's writing is lyrical, philosophical, engaging, and thought-provoking. I loved the idea that ghosts move slower than the living because they have no reason to hurry. The whole eternity is theirs. I also loved the idea that extreme evil can transcend the life and death boundary but that the good forces are stronger. And the relationship between Elle and the main character is fascinating. Lots of exciting plot twists, interesting physical changes in settings, and changes in the characters.

This is a wonderful book. Highly highly recommended.
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