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Ghostwriter: A Novel

8 Ratings: 4.1
A book by Travis Thrasher

For years Dennis Shore has thrilled readers with his spooky bestselling novels. Now a widower, Dennis is finally alone in his house, his daughter attending college out of state. When he's stricken by a paralyzing case of writer's block and a … see full wiki

Author: Travis Thrasher
Publisher: FaithWords
Date Published: May 28, 2009
5 reviews about Ghostwriter: A Novel
review by . July 27, 2009
Ghostwriters are interesting characters as it's hard to imagine the thought of working hard on something and then letting another person take all the credit for it. This story manages to grab the reader from the get go, with material that pushes the edge and makes you cringe and squirm but keeps drawing you in. One thing I really did enjoy about this book was the tidbits it told about what life is like for an author. Just all the daily going ons of writing, touring, marketing, fan mail were very …
review by . May 12, 2009
Dennis Shore has made quite a name for himself as a bestselling horror novelist. Every year his rabid fans anxiously anticipate the release of his new and terrifying creation. What his fans don't know is that this year things aren't what they seem with his new book. Sure it's scary and addicting, some would even say his best work yet. Although his name may be on the cover, Dennis Shore didn't write this book. Unfortunately for Dennis, the man who did write it is out to get him. And Dennis Shore …
review by . June 13, 2009
I'm a chicken. The only Stephen King I've read is his book on writing and a few short stories. There is a reason for this...nightmares.      As an innocent 8th grader I was forever scarred by Poe. The Tell-Tale Heart horrified me and The Black Cat changed my life. Back before "stepping" for aerobic health was introduced as the new big thing, I had mastered the exercise.      My heart began pounding the second I opened the basement door and I could run up twenty …
review by . June 08, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
Ghostwriter by Travis Thrasher is a gut-wrenching, spine-tingling story of suspense and horror. Dennis Shore has been facing writer's block since the death of his wife over a year ago. That's trouble for any writer, but when you are the next best thing since Stephen King, it could be career ending. Dennis took the extreme step of turning in a manuscript sent to him by a fan and claiming it as his own work, and on the eve of its release, the real author, Cillian Reed, has come calling to claim what's …
review by . June 08, 2009
I'm a chicken. The only Stephen King I've read is his book on writing and a few short stories. There is a reason for this...nightmares.    As an innocent 8th grader I was forever scarred by Poe. The Tell-Tale Heart horrified me and The Black Cat changed my life. Back before "stepping" for aerobic health was introduced as the new big thing, I had mastered the exercise.    My heart began pounding the second I opened the basement door and I could run up twenty …
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