Moving In Series Box Set Books 1 - 6: Supernatural Horror with Scary Ghosts and Haunted Houses Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
"Iron...and...salt," whispers the old man. The dead old man. "Hurry or it will be too late...."
In a bid to escape the stresses of city life, Brian Roy moves his family out into the country, a decision that will forever thrust him into the chilling world of ghosts....
This digital box set contains all of the six thrilling supernatural novels in this best-selling series:
Moving In: The utopia of a peaceful country oasis is brutally shattered when Brian discovers a dead body in the woods, and his home has been infiltrated by murderous ghosts. Perhaps this wasn’t the change he was looking for, but Brian prays that he’s up to the challenge.
The Dunewalkers: William Engberg moves into a house by the shore to escape his tragic past. Unfortunately, he finds a legion of unwanted guests in his new home: ghosts. Determined to beat them, he enlists the help of ghost hunter Brian Roy, who is armed with a rare journal on how to vanquish the dead.
Middlebury Sanitarium: Brian Roy leads a successful ghost hunting organization called The Leonidas Group, but he may have finally met his match against the evil spirits lurking in Middlebury Sanitarium. Encountering everything from a vengeful king to lost souls still fighting WWI, Brian and his team have their hands full.
The First Church: In his latest adventure, Brian Roy will fight the ghosts of headless Japanese soldiers wreaking havoc in a New Hampshire church. They have indiscriminately murdered and maimed everyone from children to police officers, and the ghosts’ thirst for vengeance is as insatiable as their thirst for saké.
The Paupers’ Crypt: Brian Roy succumbs to the stress of his job and gives himself a break by taking up work as a superintendent at Woods Cemetery. At first, he couldn’t be happier...until dead people rear their grisly heads and grasping hands, pulling him back into his old job of ghost hunting.
The Academy: Brian’s exhaustion is deeper than ever before. But when he finds out his cousin Mitchell, the principal of the academy, is running into some ghostly trouble, he races against time to stop them.
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|Listening Length||40 hours and 18 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 23, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #8,361 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#40 in Occult Horror Fiction
#103 in Supernatural Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#267 in Occult Fiction
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I'm a big fan of this author and love when his books are bundled together!! I've reviewed each one separately but I'll give you little snippets of my reviews for each book..
Book 1... The plot was really fast paced and addicting. You are brought into the action right from the start and it doesn't stop till the very end. The ghosts were all so creepy but none more so than Sam. He totally freaked me out!!!
In all, a well written story that gave me chills. This is an author that I need to check out and see more of their books!! Definitely recommend, though maybe not at night!!!
Book 2... The plot of this was again, fast paced and intense. It takes place in both this time and another, and I really enjoyed seeing Williams story and the twist the author threw in. The ghosts seem to be getting scarier and more evil and this one frightened me a lot!!
Anyway, in all, this was another quick creepy read. I so want to see these as a series!!! While reading I kept thinking to myself, what would Sam and Dean do!!! Lol. Being a big Supernatural nut, this series is right up my alley.
Book 3... One thing I've found with this series is that the settings seem to be getting creepier and creepier. I have always thought that, for a ghost story anyway, an abandoned mansion, or hospital or Sanitarium are always a good place to set it. They just give of an incredibly scary vibe! Middlebury Sanitarium was such a scary place, and the authors descriptive writing just gave me chills thinking of it. You could just imagine the pain and suffering that took place there!! Definitely not a book to read in the dark ;) Saying that, I may love scary stories but I'm a wimp and only read them during the day!!!
Again, the author creates unique and interesting characters. I loved the introduction of Ken!! His back story was awesome and his character really shined. Then we have the dead! All of them were as freaky as hell and scary as ever!! The King!!!! I got goose bumps while reading about him. But as I've come to expect with this author. Some of the awesome characters die. Damn you Ron Ripley!!!! ;) Though with so many ghosts wafting around the place, maybe they might make a return!!! Lol.
Anyway, this book, and indeed the series, was amazing. They may be relatively short books, but there is so much happening that they don't feel short. They are chock full of suspense, thrills, chills and will grab you from the first page. I so want these to be a mini series on TV!
Book 4... This series has quickly became a kind of bite sized pleasure of mine! The author knows how to capture your attention and he knows how to make your hackles rise and goose bumps appear! I love reading these, but not at night time ;)
In all, another awesome addition to the series. I so can not wait for the next one to come to audio, and that is thanks to the amazing narrator!!
Can you see a trend?? Book 5 and 6 are just as good and this series will firmly stay on my favourites list.
Thom Bowers does a great job as per usual. He has plenty of tones and voices and always brings the creepy atmosphere to life.
I was given this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
This is a great start to this set of books. There are tons of ghosts and we learn how Brian and Jenny become participants in the ghost world. Since I've been reading out of order, it was cool to find out the back stories on characters I didn't realize had roots in other series. Seeing their progress as they learn to navigate this world was quite interesting. This book has several mean ghosts and we are introduced to a bunch of characters we see more of in later books as well as other series.
As with the Berkley series books, once I got started I couldn't stop reading. I've had several late nights of reading as I've fallen in love with this author's storytelling. I will say there are more errors and things that weren't present in later series, but in my opinion, that just means he is growing as an author or he's gotten a better editor since then.
Overall, I highly recommend the Moving In series because one of the things I've loved is Ripley's books don't follow a set pattern. Something I've noticed in a lot of series is the author follows what seems like a mad-libs version of an outline. This makes their books predictable. I don't think this author does that and it makes for a series of books that I don't get bored with.
Each book is a separate story, but the same main character holds it together. Brian and his wife move into a haunted house, a very dangerous haunted house. The 'ghost buster' (Leo) they call, ends up leaving their friend his collection of books. It is a library that helps Brian to carry on with Leo's work. It is Brian that works his way through the rest of the series.
Top reviews from other countries
This author never disappoints. This set of 6 books are a must for any fan of horror, ghosts or the supernatural.
Each book starts at a different location with a set of characters that you will quickly warm to / dislike accordingly. There are varying degrees of brutality, creepiness and strange happenings to suit everybody's tastes. My personal favourite being 'The Paupers Crypt', set in a graveyard and encased in fog.
By the end of this series, you will be as exhausted as the characters but begging for more. There are traps, poltergeists, possessions and more to keep you awake into the small hours.
But I am annoyed that I did not get to finish them as they just went away when I got to about 77% to 80% of the books and my kindle would let me go back to retrieve them but I did not delete them so I don't no what happened.
Highly recommended for readers that like ghostly happenings with a difference.