Ghost Music

Title: Ghost Music
By: Graham Masterton
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing
Publication Date: November 28, 2011
  IBSN: 9781428512221  
Pages: 336 

When Gideon, a successful composer, traveled to Europe with Kate for a romantic affair, he was expecting passion and excitement, not a journey into a nightmare.  Yet whenever Kate introduces Gideon to any of her friends, he sees horrifying visions, ghastly images of their torture, murder, or worse.  With each glimpse of hell Gideon realizes that nothing—and no one—around him is what they seem.  But what are they really?  And what do they want from him?

From the first page you’re taken into a gruesome and sometimes frustratingly bizarre story.  For more than half of the book you’re truly unsure of what is going on.  Every time you think you’ve figured it out something happens that blows your theory out of the water.  Everything is eventually pieced together and a clear and disturbing picture presents itself.  I probably wouldn’t categorize this story as horror (although there was some very disturbing content) but more of a mystery.  All-in-all, I’d say it was a good read.


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