When Walt Turner's mother died, he inherited her apartment and the antique shop below. After losing his job due to the treachery of a co-worker, The Spirit Box calls to him from the darkness of the shop with an offer of revenge.
Lured by the promise of ultimate power and eternal life by the prisoner inside the box, Walt agrees to help it gather the final spirits it requires to return to human form.
John Hazard is investigating a series of murders and missing persons in this otherwise quiet town. His perceptions of reality are about to be altered in a life changing confrontation that will force him beyond the boundaries of darkness and ancient evil.
It is a spiraling descent into madness, where you may have everything you desire, if only you are willing to sacrifice all that you believe.
When you look into The Spirit Box, be prepared to have more than your breath taken away.
I won this book in a giveaway and received it from the author. I have to say that this is one of the most interesting books I have read to date. Walt finds The Spirit Box in his departed mother's antique shop after having several dreams about where it was located. He is unable to open it himself but soon the box starts talking to him and convinces him to help the box finish his quest. After an unfortunate incident at work, Walt has no guilt in bringing a co-worker to the box. He is required to bring more people after that and with the final person is accepted by the box, Walt turns on it and tries to destroy it to no avail. Unfortunately (or fortunately...however you want to look at it...) John Hazard is assigned to the cases of the missing persons and comes upon Walt at a most inconvenient time! you will have to get a copy of this book to understand what I'm talking about ;) This is truly a great read and I can't wait to read the author's next book, NorthWest. I recommend The Spirit Box to everyone that has had a co-worker that has done something you didn't like. This is definitely the ultimate revenge book :)
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