White Tower (Dark Isle Book 2)

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$2.99

 

Length: 152 pages

Professor Mark Stine can’t believe his working vacation on the island resort of Skara Farne is turning into the nightmare from Hades! First, he’s cursed – dogged by the sinister ghost of a medieval monk, Abbot Thomas Beauclerc. Then, when he tries to leave the island, he’s involved in a bizarre car crash. Now, through an Ouija board, he gets a message that’s loud and clear: Do Not Leave! With the help of his new friends, Mark is determined to break the curse and get back to the States, while staying out of the clutches of Abbot Thomas and his heinous henchman, the Follower!

When the body of a retired teacher is found in a sand grave on the beach, that is only the first of a strange string of deaths. Islanders and tourists are scared. Ghosts of Vikings and monks have been seen all over the island and Mark is fighting a losing battle against the Abbot who’s determined to possess Mark’s body.

As the bodies pile up, the Follower, a shifting shadow who does the Abbot’s killing becomes more active and no one is safe. With no choice but to stay and fight, Mark faces the grim unreality of the ghost realm only to learn that his death was planned centuries ago. Unless he can solve the mystery of the white tower, it’s only a matter of time before Mark joins the ghosts of Skara Farne!

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Length: 152 pages

Professor Mark Stine can’t believe his working vacation on the island resort of Skara Farne is turning into the nightmare from Hades! First, he’s cursed – dogged by the sinister ghost of a medieval monk, Abbot Thomas Beauclerc. Then, when he tries to leave the island, he’s involved in a bizarre car crash. Now, through an Ouija board, he gets a message that’s loud and clear: Do Not Leave! With the help of his new friends, Mark is determined to break the curse and get back to the States, while staying out of the clutches of Abbot Thomas and his heinous henchman, the Follower!

When the body of a retired teacher is found in a sand grave on the beach, that is only the first of a strange string of deaths. Islanders and tourists are scared. Ghosts of Vikings and monks have been seen all over the island and Mark is fighting a losing battle against the Abbot who’s determined to possess Mark’s body.

As the bodies pile up, the Follower, a shifting shadow who does the Abbot’s killing becomes more active and no one is safe. With no choice but to stay and fight, Mark faces the grim unreality of the ghost realm only to learn that his death was planned centuries ago. Unless he can solve the mystery of the white tower, it’s only a matter of time before Mark joins the ghosts of Skara Farne!

5 reviews for White Tower (Dark Isle Book 2)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    This one’s REALLY creepy…It draws you in immediately. Possession, and the main character can’t get away from it. If you’ve enjoyed any scarestreet book or just enjoy the creeps, this is for you! I can’t express how much I enjoyed it. It could be one sitting if your a fast reader. If not, a couple. Go for it!

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Customer

    Great fun trying to guess the way the story is going to unfold. It’s been crafted well and a weave of fact and fiction blended almost seamlessly so as to keep you guessing right till the end. The series is well worth the time to read and I know I can’t wait to read number three in the series.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Judith L. Colburn

    This is a good, quick read and I really liked the story line. Can’t wait until the next one!

  4. Rated 3 out of 5

    Julie Schuller-Brown

    It was harder to get into the third book, because you almost knew what was coming. The first book was thrilling, because you didn’t know what to expect.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    louise

    Book 2 has a good opening and kept me interested from beginning to end. It proves to be a ghost story with a little more action than book 1

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