The PolterGhost Movie : Metalstorm

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
The PolterGhost Movie by Misty Stomberg : Arnie Beckerman can't wait for Metalstorm's latest 3-D production to debut. 'The PolterGhost Movie' promises to break records, and Arnie has invented the perfect device to enjoy it. Arnie may have discovered the PolterGhost for what the apparition really is, but is he losing sight of what is real? Romance / Horror, an all girl production, debut novel More

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Gregory Stomberg, Franklin Grove IL, creator of the shitkickin kid, the Polterghost, and co creator of detective Neal Adams, member of the rock band Syberite, with books on Amazon, smashwords, and wattpad, lots of videos on YouTube, and mp3 audio books on soundclick.

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mistyastomberg reviewed on June 4, 2015

Very well written, nice edit, teen horror, young romance, first kiss, is it real or is it polterghost? Great book
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Reverend Mike Wanner reviewed on Nov. 2, 2014

Oh My! It isn't Lions and Tigers and Bears but the Oh My applies. The anticipation builds each day as the story unfolds as we see High School Student Arnie anticipate the release of the PolterGhost movie. Arnie even begins to dream in 3 D. You want to put the book down but then you can't . As it all unravels, Arnie becomes one who needs to become the Savior of the Town. Of course, his motivation is the affection of a girl he wants to impress. Read the book so you don't miss any of the details. A good read.
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K. B. Ponder reviewed on Nov. 2, 2014

The PolterGhost Movie is a great little story by Greg and Misty Stomberg that will have you hooked from the moment you start reading. This book literally has it all: sci-fi, horror, adventure, drama, and even teen romance, making it a great purchase for the low price. It definitely delivers entertainment, as I sat there reading and wondering how is Arnie going to defeat the seemingly unbeatable ghost monster? And when is Arnie gonna get that first kiss?!!
I recommend this story for tweens and teenagers, and for adults who remember what it was like being a young adult. It's a relatively short read, ten chapters I think.. you probably won't stop reading till the end. When I finished the story, I couldn't help but hate seeing Arnie go... I hope he will return in another story - with Metric by his side!
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