He longs for heaven...and for revenge.
Jessica Roman-Dell, a paranormal investigator from small-town Ohio, wants to find a ghost to prove that life continues after death. Little does Jessica realize the danger she’ll face when the spirit of a murder victim named Jerry Madison follows her home from a graveyard one night and refuses to leave.
Jerry says he is lonely. He wishes to go to heaven because watching the world pass by without him is more unbearable than death itself. But Jerry is there for another reason that will hit closer to home than Jessica ever could have imagined.
For Jerry is not as innocent as Jessica thinks. Like his murderers, he, too, has killed—and he will stop at nothing to send those responsible for his death to the grave.
"Rage’s Echo" is not just for horror fans, but for anyone who ever wondered about the implications and manifestations of unforgiveness turned into an obsession. The mystery, intrigue and heart pounding moments illustrate that J.S. Bailey has the ability to pull the reader in and keep their full attention until ALL has been revealed. One woman hunts for ghosts looking for answers about an afterlife, but receives so much more than she expects to find resulting in redemption. Please do not read this book before bedtime, but do be prepared to see the spiritual realm in a whole new way. "Rage’s Echo" is more than just a creepy story; its characters experience fear, friendship and romance as well. J.S. Bailey shows talent equal to Ted Dekker and Dean Koontz; I look forward to reading her books for years to come!
—A BookLover’s Heart
...for readers that can appreciate good fiction with a poignant theme, Rage’s Echo is a solid novel filled with suspense and intrigue…and a twist ending that most readers will never see coming.
An eerie thriller saturated with suspense and embodying altering twists around every corner. J.S. Bailey possesses a superb writing style that is sure to impress.
"Rage’s Echo" by J.S. Bailey is a highly intriguing paranormal fiction that would draw you in fast. I absolutely like the premise, one of the story’s aspects that attracted me to read it in the first place. Bailey nailed the pace of the story, appropriately measured and prompted in the right places to give it a good tempo. I liked Jessica right away, and it’s easy to relate to her plight as an ordinary woman who’s trying to make a living with her dream job as a paranormal investigator.The plot is well developed with great, unpredictable twists. The solid spook factor can sometimes be so subtle before rearing its head when you least expect it. I also appreciated the witty humor that lightens the story’s mood from being laden with afterlife’s gloom. Overall, "Rage’s Echo" is a great read and you don’t have to be a paranormal fan to enjoy it.
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Page Count: 352
Release Date: 4/26/2017
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