Train of Souls

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
The doors hissed shut and the train pulled away, this was no normal train this was the Train of Souls. Everybody in the carriage were ghosts. Mark is tricked in to assisting them to leave the train and travels through time to help, the first person is Jane Allcock she died on the10/11/1888. It was the time of the Jack the Ripper killings, he meets the Ripper face to face and its not who you think. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
  • Words: 145,210
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781311763402
About George G George

Born Gary Richard Hagger in the East End of London in 1958 and having a standard school education, he left school and completed a three year apprenticeship in bricklaying, after which he joined the British Army, spending three years in the Royal Green Jackets 2nd Battalion, serving with Andy McNab in Armagh, Northern Ireland in 1979.
After serving his time, Gary went back to bricklaying and then started running his own small company, leaving in 2000 to become a site agent for various companies, in that time he designed and built his own skis and bindings why? "simple I could not buy what I wanted so I designed and built them myself and still use them today" and at the age of 54 he retired and started writing.

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Hurst1966 reviewed on on April 15, 2018

Train of Souls was a download for my wife and this is her reaction, she likes books with a bit of sex. “The twists and red herrings are so good that I was stumped at the end and never in my wildest dreams have ever read a story that finishes like that. Loved it, loved it, loved it.”
I thought it was a good and unusual theme, this has a bit of Pinocchio in it.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
kirkrenn reviewed on on July 17, 2017

After reading the review I wasn't going to bother reading this book, thankfully I did. I'm not sure what the last reviewer was saying, as I really enjoyed the whole story. The twist about Jack the Ripper was very good, and as for the ending...Stunning.
Please write more Mr George G George
(reviewed the day of purchase)
James Jenkins reviewed on on April 9, 2016

More words than are required. I started skipping through paragraphs in the first couple of pages. Unfinished.
(review of free book)
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