Book Review: Seeing Ghosts by James Garcia Jr.

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One of the best haunted stories I have ever got my hands on . . .


Paul Herrera finds himself bequeathed a mysterious old house near the California central coast by an aunt he never knew.

The woman who shows it to him is the spitting of his wife, take from him three years earlier in a senseless car accident which also took his unborn son.

While he deals with the ghosts of a past he cannot let go, there are new ghosts Paul must deal with – alone for the week in the expansive two-story house that he will soon discover holds many secrets.

Eventually, he will see that he is surrounded by ghosts as he struggles to hold onto the only thing that he has left in this world – his sanity.

I have been friends with James on Facebook for a few years, and I saw that he was going to be at a festival. My family and I drove over two hours to the Swedish Festival in Kingsburg to finally get the chance to meet him lol. He’s amazing an amazing human being, and his books are awesome as well.

I picked up Seeing Ghosts, recommended by James himself, and his faithful reader told me she just absolutely loved it, and I will too. They were both right! I have read many ghost stories in my time, and this one tops them all. And it has a little twist. Not going to say what it is lol. I loved the story all together, and it is SO hard to talk about it without giving anything away. Therefore, I recommend you pick it up and see what I am talking about.

James, I rate Seeing Ghosts 5/5 . . . Just . . . Just . . . AWESOME!!!

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