Guestbook: Ghost Stories

Guestbook: Ghost Stories Review

What haunts us? What can’t we let go of? A tennis prodigy collapses after his wins, crediting them to an invisible, not entirely benevolent presence, until one day he vanishes. A series of ghosts appear at their former bedsides, some distraught, some fascinated, to witness their unfamiliar occupants. A woman returns from a visit to Alcatraz with an uncomfortable feeling. The spirit of a prisoner has attached himself to you, a friend tells her. He sensed the empathy you had for those men.

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    Guestbook: Ghost Stories Reviews

  • karen

    BOO!this book had been on my radar ever since i’d seen it pop up, prior to its release, on a few different horror-focused book lists. since i am always on the lookout for off-kilter horror, i snatch...

  • Krista

    I was home, visiting my parents for the weekend with my daughter, Alice. My parents were happy to see her and gave Alice toys to play with that I'd never seen before – old dolls and plastic baskets....

  • Drew

    5+ out of 5. Surprisingly frightening, full of imagination-stoking fragments or tales that light up the darker corners of your mind for just long enough to wonder if you're really alone there. Some of...

  • Brian

    This was such a weird and interesting book that I admit that I didn't completely get. The title, Guest Book appears in letters on the cover..but if you tilt the book slightly, you will see the letters...

  • Zoe

    A haunting, shimmering treat. Weighs heavy on the heart....

  • Erika Schoeps

    Disclosure: I won an advance reading copy of this title in a Goodreads giveaway. The issue with museums as a novel-loving person is that you rely on the captions. Enjoyment is tempered by a lack of co...

  • Callum McAllister

    Leanne shapton: a legend ...

  • Timothy Deer

    This is the weirdest book I’ve ever encountered and I think I might have hallucinated the whole thing, including the fact that Martha Stewart told me to read it. Couldn’t put it down but maybe tha...

  • Delany Holcomb

    As a printmaker, historian, and bookseller, this book brought together everything I enjoy and adore and fit inside the binding of a book. This work flows like a museum and is curated so carefully with...

  • Chris Haak

    Strange, dark and wonderful!...