The Occupant was the Best Yet!
5 out of 5 stars
This was the best of the series so far!! Incredibly tense and scary, it made for some terrifying reading!!
This one sees Stephen, along with Jake and Jane, in the town where The Occupant has drawn them. They have to try to save Elizabeth but time is running out!! That’s all I’m going to summarise for you because I don’t want to spoil it!!
The plot of this was so fast-paced and intense, that I pretty much listened to this in one day. It was incredibly intense and had me on the edge of my seat throughout. I had to know what was going to happen!!! And true to the authors’ style, he didn’t disappoint. There were some twists and plenty of horrors, and I’m pleased with how it ended.
This series surprised me with how much I enjoyed it! I loved the plot and I really loved the characters. This author always makes his characters so relatable and easy to like! Stephen was awesome and I would love to see his character again in the future, maybe he could team up with one of Ambrose’s other characters 😉
In all, this book was brilliant. I devoured it and was sorry to see it end. I highly recommend the series.
Joe Hempel is one of the best. He is a pleasure to listen to because he just knows how to read a story well! It makes for effortless listening. He is clear and concise, has a variety of tones and voices and knows when to use inflections to make the story come alive! Honestly, give him a try!!
The Occupant (Afterlife Investigations #3) by Ambrose Ibsen
Narrator: Joe Hempel
Length: 5 hrs and 8 mins
Series: Afterlife Investigations #3
Published by Self Published on October 20th 2017
"The door has been opened. It's already too late."
The hunt is on for the thing that escaped from Chaythe Asylum.
A life hangs in the balance.
Dark plots set in motion more than thirty years ago wind to a close in this final, terrifying volume.
Will Stephen Barlow intervene in time to spare the world the horrors of the Occupant?
THE OCCUPANT is the third and final novel in the Afterlife Investigations trilogy.
I received this book for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
About the Author:
Once upon a time, a young Ambrose Ibsen discovered a collection of ghost stories on his father’s bookshelf. He was never the same again.
Apart from horror fiction, he enjoys good coffee, brewed strong.