Impromptu Review of “The Terminal People”

“I was really impressed with Spooky 2. I thought… the story line was wonderful. I’m especially impressed with the development of Spooky’s voice and thoughts, especially his sense of humor that pops in so early in the narrative. He sounded far more human (well, okay…) and natural for being in such an unusual situation. The handling of his reconciliation with his father was really nice. The story flowed nicely, and I would honestly put it in the same class as the early RL Stine books for maintaining interest. I also like the intro to Schoolhouse Number Five. (Only one real quibble, and it’s minor if you read the first book: the term illuminations pops up without explanation here, and though I could get it from memory if a kid picked this up they might not get it.) All in all, a really good read.”

~ Dennis Wemm, Theater-Guy

About Kevin A. Ranson

Film Critic & Horror Writer. Heeding a macabre calling listening to “Mother Ghost Nursery Rhymes” in kindergarten, Kevin A. Ranson wrote in grade school and filled countless notebooks with story ideas while touring the Mediterranean in the US Navy. Author of The Spooky Chronicles, the thriller series The Matriarch Vampires, and critic for as host Grim D. Reaper #grmdrpr. Sith master of Google-Fu, Bing-Jitsu, and buttered toast (you want some toast?)
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