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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
Wraith is book three in the Garbageman series by Erik Dean, a story ingeniously written for fans of paranormal and horror. The blurb clearly asks readers to remember to keep the lights on and that is understandably true because the story has a spell that sends chills down the spine. A funeral brings David's family and his friends together after fourteen years, but it isn’t long before they notice they are being hunted. What haunts them is powerful, and it becomes worse because it is unseen. David’s supernatural powers are not enough to stop the ghost from the past and he will need the help of Detective Stanton and a weird doctor to stop it. Follow them on a perilous adventure to hell’s prison to ensure Hellann hasn’t escaped, but can they stop the wraith?
A tale that features supernatural characters and an underworld fraught with danger and death. The antagonist is a powerful creature, belonging to the family of werewolves and vampires, but now belonging to the lowest rung of hell’s prison? The plot is twisty, cruising fast from one danger to another; the pervading darkness is disturbing with the uncertainty of what could happen next to the characters rubbing off on the reader. I was pulled in from the start by the strong narrative voice and the author’s ability to evoke powerful emotions in the writing. Wraith features memorable characters and an adventure that transforms it into a veritable thriller. Erik Dean is a great storyteller who has what it takes to keep readers’ eyes glued to the pages while their hearts skip in fear as they follow the plot.