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Whispers In The Dark by Chase J. Jackson 

College graduate Adrian Ramirez, has finally landed his first job and it's the opportunity of a lifetime; teaching at the elite Finley Academy in his hometown of Newnan, Georgia. Life is on the upswing, and Adrian returns home with girlfriend Lea and high hopes- but the Academy is not the idyll he imagined. Along with the new pressures of adulthood, and a rising anxiety disorder he having trouble hiding, Adrian discovers there' s been a string of unexplained dropouts at the school. 


He suspects something is amiss with two of his students, identical twins Raven and Robin. One outgoing, one withdrawn, both keeping a secret. When Adrian is accused of being at the center of a student's breakdown, he is forced to dig deeper to unravel the mystery, while finding influences of the paranormal along the way. Will Adrian be able to unlock the dark secrets of Finley Academy-and his own past-in time?


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Annabelle Garcia

WOW! I know people say, "Don't judge a book by its cover." Blah. I do it all the time, and this cover did not disapoint! What I didn't realize was just how creeped out I was going to get. PLEASE READ THIS WITH THE LIGHTS ON!!!! Unless you are a horror junkie, in which case turn out the lights and get ready for a serious scare! I'm not a horror junkie but I am very glad I picked this book. The characters have a very real voice, you tend to feel as though you are a part of the story. Have fun Screaming at the book while you read it! --Annabelle Garcia, Blame it on the Books blog

Donna Maguire

As soon as I read the description for this book I was entrigued, the cover drew me in and I wanted to know more. I read the book in one sitting taking just a few hours and I loved it. The book follows a young Teacher who has moved to work at a new school, staying in a house left to him by his grandmother who has passed away. It does have a few bump in the night moments and reminds me quite a bit of almost the Sixth Sense and the Craft in the way the story moves, I really enjoyed it. --Donna Maguire, NetGallery

Melanie Hutchinson

The events that take place in this book are no different than what some people say that spirits do, but when they follow Adrian to the school, that is a whole different ballgame. I love the way that Chase kept you guessing and wondering how it was all going to end!! --MELANIE HUTCHINSON, GoodReads

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