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Superstition a Novel by David Ambrose

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A New Take On Ghost Tales

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Author: David Ambrose
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Date Published: December 1999
1 review about Superstition a Novel by David Ambrose

A New Take on Ghost Tales

  • Apr 7, 2009
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This is one of the best supernatural novels I have read in a long time.  It is like a long episode of The Twilight Zone with a little Jack Finney (who the author repeatedly refers to) thrown in.  The book theorizes that most paranormal activity is created from the mind and can be explained by things like telekinesis and mass hypnosis.  Based on this a group of researchers believe that they can create a ghost.  They go about creating a history of their ghost along with sketches of what he looked like.  They are successful, however, something goes awry and what they unleash is pure evil and the reality they knew slowly begins to fade.  A real page-turner!

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