The Saturday Night Ghost Club
ISBN: 0143133934
EAN13: 9780143133933
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 9, 2019
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 0.53" H x 7.75" L x 5.06" W
Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   This is not a true story...
I guess I was kind of thrown out when I got to the end and found out that the author had used this work for his dissertation. He admits that he has compiled things from other experiences. A lot of brain information entered that made one believe that the author was indeed a medical surgeon. I still think that it took advantage of other people's heartache and mental challenges to some extent.
   Just Okay
I am not sure that I read the same book that other reviewers did. I was not bitten by Page One or nostalgia-ridden a la Stranger Things. I love a good coming-of-age story, add some urban legends and ghosts '' and I am hooked. But this felt disjointed from the start, the narrator struck me as far younger than 12 and characters popped in without much development the stick around as props. It was a quick 211 page read, but it could have been an even better 80 page novellaser without all the filler.
   Not really about ghosts, or kids, but mental illness.
I picked this book looking for something to read around Halloween. The cover and title made it seem to be a cool little story, kids and their Ghost Club, to get into the Halloween spirit. It turns out that the story was really not about children and their Saturday Night Ghost Club, but about the tellers'quirky uncle and his struggle with mental illness. I DID enjoy the story and would recommend it... but if you're looking for a story about children and their Ghost Club, the title and description are a little misleading.
   Love it!
Behold, Nostalgia! Take Wonder Years, Unsolved Mysteries and Ghost Hunters and mix them in a blender, then sit back, sip and enjoy. Craig Davidson has a gift for beautiful language and his descriptive prose is on full display. Fast, fun and a book that makes you clamor for more, the Saturday Night Ghost Club does not disappoint.