Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Ghosts: An Investigation into a True Canadian Haunting by Palmisano Richard

3/5

Terrible writing, but the story makes up for it. Neither the author nor his editor apparently know the difference between "where" and "whereas", but he does know how to find ghost activity. This story is the most-haunted (frequent, intense every-sense-including-the-sixth) one I've ever read. At least equal to the Amityville horror in paranormal activity. If Palmisano takes some writing courses and uses his dictionary and thesaurus, his adventures would sell much better.

Ghosts: An Investigation into a True Canadian Haunting by Palmisano Richard

3/5

Terrible writing, but the story makes up for it. Neither the author nor his editor apparently know the difference between "where" and "whereas", but he does know how to find ghost activity. This story is the most-haunted (frequent, intense every-sense-including-the-sixth) one I've ever read. At least equal to the Amityville horror in paranormal activity. If Palmisano takes some writing courses and uses his dictionary and thesaurus, his adventures would sell much better.