I am thrilled to be apart of this blog tour. I was fortunate to meet Mr. Garrison at Fandom Fest in Louisville, KY and sat in on a couple of panels he was on and found him to be interesting and could not wait to read this one.
Book Synopsis: In Four 'til Late, amateur ghost hunter Brett and his friends Gonzo, Jimbo, and Liz are on a road trip with dangerous detours, dreadful dreams and dire warnings. But that won't keep them from reaching their goal: New Orleans. Along the way they discover that some spirits leave you with more than a hangover and regrets. Can they get there in one piece, or will they be stopped and rest in peace? The bags are packed, the engine's running. Turn up the radio and get moving because the road ghosts are waiting, and it's Four 'til Late. Four 'til Late is the first book of the Road Ghosts Trilogy.
This was a classic ghost story, with down to earth fun characters. This book follows friends on a haunted creepy road trip. I really enjoyed this one because it was good and creepy but it had quite a few fun/funny parts. This book has twists and turns that leave you wanting to take more adventures with these characters. Garrison has written very engaging characters that I can totally see hanging out with. :) It is always a big plus for me when an Author really fleshes out characters. It was almost like I was along for the ride.
4 out of 5
About the Author: Eric Garrison is active in the writing community in Indianapolis, Indiana. He lives in the Circle City with his wife, step-daughter and four cats. He also enjoys gaming and homebrewing beer.
Seventh Star Press published the first of his Road Ghosts trilogy, Four 'til Late, in July of 2013. The other two are expected to come out later in 2013.
Eric's novel, Reality Check, is a science fiction adventure released by Hydra Publications. This book reached #1 in Science Fiction on Amazon's Kindle store during a promotion in July 2013.
Eric's short story, "Drag Show" appeared in the Fall 2011 edition of Strange, Weird and Wonderful Magazine and Volume 2 of that magazine's anthology series. His flash piece, "Dark Reflection", appeared in the Indiana Horror 2011 anthology. He's competed twice in the Iron Writer Challenge with two 500-word flash pieces, "Killer Cure" and "Moby Me".
One of my favorite things about Seventh Star Press is that the books have interior art. Here are two art pieces by Bonnie Wasson that can be found inside the book.
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