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For the first time, the entire Ghosts series is available in one book. Total word count is more than 150,000, approximately 500 pages of a printed book. When Beth Keneally is murdered by her father, her story should be over. Instead, she wakes up on the edge of town. Beth is a ghost, but her father is still on the loose and is determined to kill Beth's little sister Elise. M For the first time, the entire Ghosts series is available in one book. Total word count is more than 150,000, approximately 500 pages of a printed book. When Beth Keneally is murdered by her father, her story should be over. Instead, she wakes up on the edge of town. Beth is a ghost, but her father is still on the loose and is determined to kill Beth's little sister Elise. Meanwhile, God and Satan come to town. Each wiping their memories, they live among the ordinary citizens so that they can experience human life. But their bet has unintended consequences, and soon Beth finds herself drawn into a struggle that could mean the entire world comes to an end. This volume contains all 8 books in the series Book 1: Ghosts Book 2: Sins of the Father Book 3: Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down Book 4: Tainted Book 5: The Flesh Book 6: Plague Fingers Book 7: All Hush Book 8: God is in the House Also included in this volume is a sample chapter from The Sickening King (The Grid II), a new series set in the aftermath of a devastating solar flare that destroys all electricity on Earth. Please note: This book contains violence, swearing and scenes of a sexual nature. Not recommended for readers under the age of 18.


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For the first time, the entire Ghosts series is available in one book. Total word count is more than 150,000, approximately 500 pages of a printed book. When Beth Keneally is murdered by her father, her story should be over. Instead, she wakes up on the edge of town. Beth is a ghost, but her father is still on the loose and is determined to kill Beth's little sister Elise. M For the first time, the entire Ghosts series is available in one book. Total word count is more than 150,000, approximately 500 pages of a printed book. When Beth Keneally is murdered by her father, her story should be over. Instead, she wakes up on the edge of town. Beth is a ghost, but her father is still on the loose and is determined to kill Beth's little sister Elise. Meanwhile, God and Satan come to town. Each wiping their memories, they live among the ordinary citizens so that they can experience human life. But their bet has unintended consequences, and soon Beth finds herself drawn into a struggle that could mean the entire world comes to an end. This volume contains all 8 books in the series Book 1: Ghosts Book 2: Sins of the Father Book 3: Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down Book 4: Tainted Book 5: The Flesh Book 6: Plague Fingers Book 7: All Hush Book 8: God is in the House Also included in this volume is a sample chapter from The Sickening King (The Grid II), a new series set in the aftermath of a devastating solar flare that destroys all electricity on Earth. Please note: This book contains violence, swearing and scenes of a sexual nature. Not recommended for readers under the age of 18.

30 review for Ghosts: The Complete Series

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Narey (Bookreview- aholic)

    Published: 04/07/2012 Author: Amy Cross Recommended for: fan's of ghost novels Edition: Kindle this wasnt a bad story to read, it was written very well and was a very enjoyable read. It kept my attention till I got to the end of the book. A good read for people who enjoy books about ghosts. The characters are quite hard to get along with and understand, and it was abit confusing due to the fact it keeps switching the points of view Published: 04/07/2012 Author: Amy Cross Recommended for: fan's of ghost novels Edition: Kindle this wasnt a bad story to read, it was written very well and was a very enjoyable read. It kept my attention till I got to the end of the book. A good read for people who enjoy books about ghosts. The characters are quite hard to get along with and understand, and it was abit confusing due to the fact it keeps switching the points of view

  2. 5 out of 5

    I C Douglas

    Different I got this book just because I was curious to be fair. I have to say I THOROUGHLY enjoyed every bit of the story. I don't generally bother with Ghost stories but this piqued my interest and I thought I'd give it a go. Grabbed me right from the start and just enjoyed the rollercoaster ride that followed. Thoroughly recommend this story, they should make a movie or mini series out of it! Different I got this book just because I was curious to be fair. I have to say I THOROUGHLY enjoyed every bit of the story. I don't generally bother with Ghost stories but this piqued my interest and I thought I'd give it a go. Grabbed me right from the start and just enjoyed the rollercoaster ride that followed. Thoroughly recommend this story, they should make a movie or mini series out of it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    TRACY BONDS

    So so good!! This story was excellent!! Slightly different from Cross' standard horror stories, but just as good! This is one of those books that makes you wish they would make into a movie! Along the lines of HBO's True Blood or other similar shows. I did not put this one down and read in two days. I was sad that it had to end! I would LOVE to see more added to this series. The characters are loveable and very real. Extremely well done Ms. Cross.....bravo!!! So so good!! This story was excellent!! Slightly different from Cross' standard horror stories, but just as good! This is one of those books that makes you wish they would make into a movie! Along the lines of HBO's True Blood or other similar shows. I did not put this one down and read in two days. I was sad that it had to end! I would LOVE to see more added to this series. The characters are loveable and very real. Extremely well done Ms. Cross.....bravo!!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Catriona

    A Different Twist On Armageddon This book kept me guessing about who was bad, who was good, who was God, who was Satan, and even who were Adam and Eve. There are ghosts and angels as well. It was very entertaining. I must include this complaint, however. Holey Moley, how many typos can a book contain? I hope a corrective update will be available soon (and that the print versions got better editing), because I feel embarrassed for this otherwise highly esteemed author.

  5. 4 out of 5

    mike frazier

    Great Amy Cross This book is Amy Cross at her best. Bizarre and interesting, if you've followed her from the beginning, her stories tie in together in her own worlds of fantastic imagination. From The Library to Lupine Howl, there's humor but the stories are hard to put down. This is my second time reading Ghosts and it was better than the last time. Great Amy Cross This book is Amy Cross at her best. Bizarre and interesting, if you've followed her from the beginning, her stories tie in together in her own worlds of fantastic imagination. From The Library to Lupine Howl, there's humor but the stories are hard to put down. This is my second time reading Ghosts and it was better than the last time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Allison Hershberger

    A great book I could not put it down Amy Cross is an excellent Author I love ghost stories and this was the perfect one. From the moment I started reading the first page I was hooked

  7. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis H. Pajka

    Wow! what do I say about this book? I re-read the beginning of the book twice because I didn't feel I was getting the story. After that, there was no putting it down. It is amazing and unusual and I really enjoyed it, all the way to the end. Give it a try. I think you'll be glad you did. Wow! what do I say about this book? I re-read the beginning of the book twice because I didn't feel I was getting the story. After that, there was no putting it down. It is amazing and unusual and I really enjoyed it, all the way to the end. Give it a try. I think you'll be glad you did.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Christine Dunne

    Different This book is amazing writing and interesting reading. I read this book t While the pandemic Is going on. Stephen king the stand is a bit like this tale but not had scary amy cross good read .

  9. 5 out of 5

    mrs nicola cuckow

    Weird storyline!! Not the usual scary Amy Cross book but I still enjoyed it! Can't imagine this happening in the world so was quite intrigued about how it would play out!. Didn't see the ending so not predictable!!!!. Weird storyline!! Not the usual scary Amy Cross book but I still enjoyed it! Can't imagine this happening in the world so was quite intrigued about how it would play out!. Didn't see the ending so not predictable!!!!.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brett Grossmann

    It was good not great. Storyline ideas started and then never went anywhere. Like? What happened to that magical key? How could Adam have had a father? Do Adam and Eve stay the same age? If so why were they kids? Lots of stuff like that in there that are screwey

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    loved it

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nancy J Doyle

    Liked This book seemed to go on for ever it was interesting and it took awhile to find out who God or who was the devil

  13. 4 out of 5

    barry lindfield

    Another cracker Loved this book, if you liked The Stand this is for you. Would make a great movie or tv series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Teena Renken

    A very good story A good story about a small Texas town. God and Satan decide to come t earth and become human . With their memories whipped out.

  15. 5 out of 5

    J.

    I really like the premise of this series. Very different from the usual ghost stories I've read. It was a real mystery trying to figure out who everyone "really" was in a past life that dated back to biblical times. Kept me reading. Bad points: Should have taken place in Great Britain. Author used terms such as bonnet for car hood/ chaps for guys/ wanker, etc. that did not fit in as dialog for people in Texas USA. Many, many other editing errors that held me back from complete enjoyment of the s I really like the premise of this series. Very different from the usual ghost stories I've read. It was a real mystery trying to figure out who everyone "really" was in a past life that dated back to biblical times. Kept me reading. Bad points: Should have taken place in Great Britain. Author used terms such as bonnet for car hood/ chaps for guys/ wanker, etc. that did not fit in as dialog for people in Texas USA. Many, many other editing errors that held me back from complete enjoyment of the series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Julie Powell

    A another brilliant series from this author, this time about ghosts and so much more. I love originality of Amy Cross' books and the twists and turns and clever way each piece of the puzzle finally connects. It is fast paced and well written (despite the many typos) - I particularly like the numerous first person points of view. Yes, it has strong language and scenes of violence but only those fitting to this excellent horror story. A very entertaining read. A another brilliant series from this author, this time about ghosts and so much more. I love originality of Amy Cross' books and the twists and turns and clever way each piece of the puzzle finally connects. It is fast paced and well written (despite the many typos) - I particularly like the numerous first person points of view. Yes, it has strong language and scenes of violence but only those fitting to this excellent horror story. A very entertaining read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Colette

    Never read anything by this author before but I really enjoyed this series. Not your typically ghost story and it is so much more than just about ghosts. It can be a little confusing at times as it switches point of views between characters, but after a couple of sentences it becomes clear which character it is.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    The book had an interesting concept however it was long and drawn out. The typos were annoying and while I like the switching of point of views it became confusing.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia McCoy

    Not bad but. . . The editing was pretty rough & the story was fairly redundant in several places. Glad this was a kindle unlimited book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Deanna Bailey

  21. 4 out of 5

    Maria

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amy Morris

  23. 4 out of 5

    melissa

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

  25. 5 out of 5

    ParkerPen

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lyn Colburn

  27. 5 out of 5

    Liz Berry

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nettie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Yuill

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

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