Release date: October 6th, 2011
by Alchemy of Scrawl
Something has moved into the Amador Hotel. Hector, Marcos, Bev, and Tony of the Paranormal Posse are called in to either debunk the haunting or get rid of whatever is causing the problems. With the surprise arrival of Hector’s son, he tries to keep his professional and personal lives separate, but whatever is haunting the Amador Hotel has other plans.
As I truly enjoy ghost stories, I was really curious about Amador Lockdown as soon as I read its brief, but eerie synopsis. We are right away introduced to four ghost hunter friends who call themselves the Paranormal Posse. Yes, very cheesy name, but they are an interesting dynamic group. Since the novel is short, there isn’t an incredible amount of character development. It’s more focused on the plot itself which is actually quite engaging. The writing format gives the book a really creepy vibe: While introducing the hauntings, it’s told in interview style with the people who have witnessed unexplained events in this hotel. It’s also intriguing that we get a few parts written in the ghosts’ perspective. It’s all very ominous. As having heard many haunting stories, the twists aren’t incredibly unexpected, but they’re entertaining nonetheless.
If you enjoy ghost stories, Amador Lockdown is an eerie tale that you can easily read in one sitting. It’s not especially deep or complex; it’s a simple fun, mindless read.
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