Minnette Meador's "A Ghost of a Chance" 5 STARS
Keenan Swanson is your typical, everyday graphic designer. Well, except for the hundreds of pesky, prank-loving poltergeists that make his life interesting (in a Chinese curse sort of way). He finds his situation precarious yet manageable—until witty, smoking-hot coworker Isabella enters the scene, and Keenan decides he wants her all for himself. With a horny succubus who has other ideas, a burly city cop determined to lock Keenan away, and an evil entity who’s hell-bent on using Keenan’s seed to create a living demon, the reluctant psychic realizes he just might not come out of this alive—or with his heart intact.
I've just finished reading this wonderful book. It was humorous, intriguing and very interesting. Humorous because of some of the characters, I got a real kick out of some of the ghosts. Intriguing because there was no way to guess what would happen next. And, Interesting because there were many parts that I had never seen or heard of in any of the thousand or so books I have read in my life so far.
My favorite part of the book is how Minnette captures people's personality traits so well with barely any words.. She describes a room full of ghost so well that I was able to picture it in my mind just like a movie. She's a wonderful writer. I thought I would like this book but instead I loved it.
It left me satisfied, with no questions unanswered. But, I was left thinking about it for days. I began to wonder if certain things could be possible and it gave me many "What if" questions.
A book that sticks in your mind for that long even after starting a new book has many, many merits. I totally recommend this book, it has my seal of approval! But don't just take me at my word, Read it!