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Angel Among Us [Hardcover]

Katy Munger
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the book! July 16 2014
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Can hard;y wait for the next installment - loved the book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars always a good story Dec 27 2012
By Senorita Anna - Published on
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Her stories always keep me riveted the characters are well developed and she makes you care about them as well as the ghost narrator. I only wish she could gradually make the main characters aware of the ghost or at least let him help in some way in solving the crime. Otherwise he is just a narrator and you don't really need him. There's always enough people that can see him or hear him and he could communicate through them if he would ever try. What's the use of having him a detective if he doesn't do anything but watch?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great addition to a fascinating series June 22 2013
By Bunsen Burner - Published on
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I'm not a believer in the paranormal, so most paranormal stories don't attract me. I came across the first book in this series ("Desolate Angel") totally by accident, never having heard of either Chaz McGee or Katy Munger. The jacket blurb was intriguing enough for me to sit down and read it, mostly out of curiosity over how the situation was set up and carried out. Somewhat to my surprise, not only was my curiosity sated, but my attention was completely engaged. This book carries on in that same manner. The characters are interesting and (in my opinion) well-developed, the plots are well-thought-out, and watching the parallel investigations by the living and the dead is a novel approach. The tone of this novel was a bit different than the first two, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it.
5.0 out of 5 stars good story June 1 2014
By Annie - Published on
This is a stay up and finish book. The suspense builds as the story goes. I like the plot idea of having a "ghost" relate what is happening while being frustrated that others can't see what he does. The characters are cliche at times but have believable moments where they show that they are definately not what we expect them to be.
I also like good endings that are believable. So, good story, good characters, good ending = good book.
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous Series - Really Excellent Writing & Unusual Jan. 4 2013
By Sadie's Mom - Published on
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I LOVE this series; what a fabulous plot idea. Katy Munger is one of my favorite authors; I've read everything she has written and enjoyed them all. Highly recommend!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Ditto book 3 review April 27 2013
By Philocrates - Published on
Pretty much what I said for book number 3. I had hoped this one would go back to the style of book numbers 1 & 2.

Honestly it plays like one of the two sets of books 2010 and 2012 were ghost written. It is glaring when you read one right after the other as I did. The first two are very strong with good character insights and draw you into the story invoking emotions. The last two are simply stories. He did that. She did that. He said this and then it was all over. Very little insight, very little emotional involvement with the characters. The writer is making the narrator more of a neutral observer and a lot less sympathetic. It is well written but the differences is glaring from the first two books.

Not sure who wrote 1 and 2 but bring them back for heaven's sake. Get rid of 3& 4's writer. I won't bother with 5.
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