The Smog (The Sentinels Book 3)

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$2.99

 

Length: 167 pages

On the eve of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1952, the future is bright with promise for England and American reporter, Rachel Beaumont. Life couldn’t be sweeter; her book is a smash hit, her husband has settled into his job at the ministry and their young daughter, Emily, is growing like the proverbial weed. But when Emily has a nightmare about the “Raggedy Men”, Rachel knows – without a doubt – the Sentinels are back. Her days as a seer are far from over. More ghosts than ever need her assistance to cross over.

Ghost sightings are popping up all over London. Police officer Jack Warner’s patrol is riddled with nightly visits of Jack the Ripper and his victims re-enacting their macabre dance of death over and over again before disappearing as quickly as they appear. Deadly smog is claiming more lives than anyone can imagine. Churchill wants the Witchcraft Act abolished but little does he know that England is on a collision course with the ghost world and the smog deaths are just the beginning. It isn’t until Rachel meets famed radio celebrity and host of The Ghost Mans series that everything starts to make sense and she figures out the true danger lies within her own family.

Rachel is no stranger to murder, mayhem and monsters, but this time, the stakes are too high and the losses are too deep. They seem to be adding up like casualties during the war. Rachel soon realizes she has much more to lose than her own life!

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Length: 167 pages

On the eve of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1952, the future is bright with promise for England and American reporter, Rachel Beaumont. Life couldn’t be sweeter; her book is a smash hit, her husband has settled into his job at the ministry and their young daughter, Emily, is growing like the proverbial weed. But when Emily has a nightmare about the “Raggedy Men”, Rachel knows – without a doubt – the Sentinels are back. Her days as a seer are far from over. More ghosts than ever need her assistance to cross over.

Ghost sightings are popping up all over London. Police officer Jack Warner’s patrol is riddled with nightly visits of Jack the Ripper and his victims re-enacting their macabre dance of death over and over again before disappearing as quickly as they appear. Deadly smog is claiming more lives than anyone can imagine. Churchill wants the Witchcraft Act abolished but little does he know that England is on a collision course with the ghost world and the smog deaths are just the beginning. It isn’t until Rachel meets famed radio celebrity and host of The Ghost Mans series that everything starts to make sense and she figures out the true danger lies within her own family.

Rachel is no stranger to murder, mayhem and monsters, but this time, the stakes are too high and the losses are too deep. They seem to be adding up like casualties during the war. Rachel soon realizes she has much more to lose than her own life!

3 reviews for The Smog (The Sentinels Book 3)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jaimee

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as well as the entire series. I’m left with a few questions, however.****WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!****What was the deal with the “cigarette that obviously wasn’t simply a cigarette” & Col. Bryce? Falling dead from the fumes I could see. Cyanide, arsenic, other poison, okay. But why – & by what means – did he just vanish? Was he a ghost, too? Some supernatural being?WHY did Tony have to die? I know The Sentinels were all about honor & serving their king/protecting the crown. I could understand why they’d feel as though they’d need to kill Emily to keep the Order of Eschaton from using her as their innocent sacrifice & adding her powers as a seer to their evil cabal. But Tony’ s death made little sense to me other than as an appeasement to The Sentinels’ need for “honor”.WHY was the Smog only blanketing the capital, & why did it disappear when the Order was decimated & the doorway to the demonic realm closed? Was it purely a supernatural occurrence, or a mixture of fog, smoke from the coal-burning fires throughout the city, & evil emanations?No definitive explanations were given for these things. Were we readers meant to be left to ponder, perhaps?

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer

    Enjoying this series of books. Cannot wait for the next one. These are well written stories that are page turners.

  3. Rated 3 out of 5

    NENolan

    The Sentinel series of books are not my favorite. I really wanted to love them because of the time period but they were just OK for me. I felt the ending of the series was a bit rushed and the characters weren’t as developed as I would like.

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