Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite
The afterlife is different for everyone, but for a man who doesn’t remember who he is (or rather, who he was) or what happened to him before he woke in that forest, it’s an endless chain of questions. All he can do is keep looking for ways to make sense of it. After all, there has to be sense to it, right? But when he sees the Boy pass on, he’s certain there must be something more for his own future, but what does the man known as Peters have to do with his past? Will he ever find out? What about the woman, Helen, who means so much to Peters and seems to mean something inexplicable to him as well? Will he be able to move on for himself or will he be doomed to an eternity of trying to hide from Mr. Cage and Louis? Of course, there could be even worse villains out there in The Regulars by Paris Singer.
What happens after we die is a huge mystery to everyone, but in this story you get a little bit of a peek at what might be going on if you don’t find a way to pass on. The characters here are definitely different from what you might expect, but there’s a whole lot happening in the story that really helps. There’s enough adventure and action to keep you turning the pages and to keep you guessing every moment of the story. After all, when you’re dealing with ghosts, anything is possible. Especially ghosts who are looking for some answers like in The Regulars by Paris Singer.