The Ghostwriters

Inside the Book:

Author: Mickey J. Corrigan
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Pages: 194
Genre: Mainstream Thriller
She’s ghostwriting a book for a famous author—who is recently deceased. A struggling writer living in Manhattan, Jacy McMasters is the first to admit she’s a terrific liar and a screw-up. Then the ghost of the famous novelist JD Balinger asks her to “channel” a follow-up to his classic coming of age book The Watcher in the Sky. Along with her new boyfriend, a bear of a man who has no patience for mind games, the ghost in Jacy’s head forces her to confront a lifetime of secrets—dark secrets. Secrets she’s been keeping from herself.

My Review

Here is another book that I seem to be in the minority group. I could barely make myself get to chapter 5. Jacy gave off this angry vibe. However, her interactions with JD were entertaining. Yet, my issues with this book were that it seemed that there was many pages spent talking about topics that didn't really add anything to the story. Yeah, ok so Jacy has a rocky relationship with her parents but I did not see where this had anything to do with the story. Then there was the language. I am fine with language when it has a purpose, but, in this case I found no reason for the language. I put this book down and could go no further.


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