Sunday, January 20, 2013

Night Journey: Review

Night Journey
Night Journey
Author: Goldie Browning
Publisher: Storyteller Publishing
Pages: 367


Zan and Emma’s romantic weekend at a haunted hotel goes horribly wrong when a bizarre accident leaves Emma in a coma. Her soul is catapulted backward in time to 1938, where she meets Ivy and Harry—a Depression Era Romeo and Juliet—who will someday become Zan’s grandparents. Night Journey is an eerie tale of ghosts who weave in and out of life, past and present, from fact to fiction.

My Thoughts:

Zan and Emma spend a weekend at a haunted hotel for a family wedding. Little did they know that it would end in disaster. Emma ends up in a coma from a mysterious cause and awakens in the past, in someone else's body. Meanwhile in the present, she is the target for an organ transplant scheme. Will her husband be able to save her? Will she return to her own body or be forever trapped in the past?

I really loved this ghostly tale. It's not like anything I have ever read before. There were two storylines but they wove together nicely and really complimented each other. The storylines ended up merging together beautifully. I found the characters to be very likable and you can see how much Zan and Emma love each other. This author's storytelling is amazing in my opinion. You will be anxious right along with the characters to see how it all plays out. I definitely recommend this book if the storyline sounds interesting to you. I look forward to reading more of Browning's work.

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*I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


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