The Lost

The Lost Thriller writer Evan Ronan author of The Unearthed brings you the second edge of your seat adventure in his paranormal series Fourteen years ago Tessa and her friends played a dangerous game on an i

  • Title: The Lost
  • Author: Evan Ronan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Thriller writer Evan Ronan, author of The Unearthed, brings you the second edge of your seat adventure in his paranormal series Fourteen years ago Tessa and her friends played a dangerous game on an icy lake When the ice broke, no one could save Tessa from drowning Her death cast a pall over the lives of everyone there Five years ago Eddie McCloskey s brotherThriller writer Evan Ronan, author of The Unearthed, brings you the second edge of your seat adventure in his paranormal series Fourteen years ago Tessa and her friends played a dangerous game on an icy lake When the ice broke, no one could save Tessa from drowning Her death cast a pall over the lives of everyone there Five years ago Eddie McCloskey s brother was murdered on their last paranormal investigation Now Eddie, who swore off ghost hunting, faces the biggest case of his life Now Marty Kindler, heir to the local gentry, claims the whole town is haunted Either this is the find of the century, or it s all a hoax Only Eddie can find the truth But Eddie better hurry, because someone is trying to kill the people who were on that ice with Tessa all those years ago.

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    1. JenacideByBibliophile

      Whether you are the reader or the author, the second book in a series is usually a hard book to get through. There is pressure to stay with the same storyline (if that is the route the author wants to take) and to make it as addicting as the first. When I first started reading The Lost I didn’t bother reading the book description, I just dove right in because the first book had me HOOKED. I assumed the book would basically take off where it stopped and pick back up with Eddie McCloskey going b [...]

    2. Ashley Tomlinson

      This is the second book in the Unearthed series by Evan Ronan. The first captured me so hard I had to immediately read the second one. Unlike The Unearthed which was a slow burn horror The Lost was a paranormal mystery. I never used to like mysteries but I'm quickly coming around to them, maybe I liked this one so much because it has that paranormal element.This one took a little longer to grab me than The Unearthed but once it grabbed me I was just as invested. Even though this is the same seri [...]

    3. Tonya

      This is the 2nd book in the Eddie McClosky series. You don't have to read the first one to understand this one, but you will be missing out on a lot! This book picks up 5 years after the death of Eddie's brother, Tim, during their last investigation. Well, I should say, his murder. Eddie basically hit rock bottom during these past 5 years. In and out of jail for drug charges, drinking, and doing drugs. You can see that he is now changing his ways though. He decided to leave town and move to smal [...]

    4. PelicanFreak

      I had to have this book after Book 1 in this series turned out so impossible to put down. Of course Eddie finds himself in new company with a very intriguing problem – one that sucked me in right away.In this installment of the series, the reader is treated to several interesting characters: scammers, small-town cops & other sorts and a generally nutty small town crew that makes the read fun. Ronan has a way with descriptions and character development in the written word; I feel like repea [...]

    5. N. Kuhn

      "Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead."Until looking it up on , I didn't realize this was book 2 in a series. It's a great stand alone novel, but I'm highly interested in finding book 1 now. This story is well written, in depth and an enthralling read. I loved the Paranormal Investigation stuff. You're fully walked through the case and all through the story there's twists, turns and unexpected developments. If you love ghosts, investigations or just a really great story, you need to p [...]

    6. Leah Polcar

      In my review of the first book of the series,The Unearthed , I said that despite my lackluster review, I would continue on in the series as the books are free (w/ Kindle Unlimited at least) and not uninteresting. However, after readingThe LostI believe Evan Ronan and I are parting ways. This book was not bad, but it wasn't well-paced, well-developed, or particularly well-written. I didn't feel that Ronan was able to sufficiently flush out the main character and his whole infatuation with his co- [...]

    7. Kasey Cocoa

      An ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Reviewed by S.F. for BookReviewsAndGiveaways This book is an interesting read with a hint of something not quiet ordinary. Normally when an author writes him/her-self into a book the whole thing turns out quirky or worse. This time it worked pretty well although it's still not a good trait to practice. The story is an easy one to follow and enjoyable to read with interesting characters. Overall we feel this is a good book to cur [...]

    8. cindy hyson

      Pretty goodIt was a page turner, but I think the first book was better . The first book had me on the edge of my seat. All in all. It still was good. I'm gonna read the third book, and hopefully the series will continue. I really like Eddie, he may have had a lot of problems,but he still has a caring heart

    9. Gidg

      Another page turner. I'm such a fan of this series. On 's recommendation I read book 3 first and after I needed to read from the beginning. Book one was certainly a gripping read but this was almost it's equal. Although I figured out WHO and WHY early on I still needed to figure out HOW. So I continued to read on with great delight and was pleased by the ending's wrap up.Eddie is new to town and looked upon as a drifter by the towns people and for that he's not looked on kindly. One night in a b [...]

    10. Lacey

      Three can keep a secret, if two of them are dead. Benjamin FranklinI liked this one better than the first one. Eddie is still making some stupid decisions at the beginning of this book but he's actually starting to think a little more about consequences by the end of the story. I wish this series had a better proofreader. I'm still running into instances when people or their belongings are referenced by the wrong name. Some of Eddie's actions are inconsistent as well. His internal monologue will [...]

    11. Ami

      The story starts off a few years after the ending of the last story ( #1 in the series, The Unearthed). Eddie is a drifter who has settled down in a small town. It isn't long before he is already pissing off people and getting in trouble. Soon, one of the pillars of society and local celebrity, Marty Kindler, confronts Eddie. Kindler isn't angry, though. Instead, he wants to offer Eddie a job! Kindler explains that several years ago, a teenage girl drowned at a near by lake and now the town is. [...]

    12. Julie Rein

      Thrilling not just another paranormal readLoved it exciting, well developed characters, great plot twists and turns. Highly recommend this entire series. Great reading that flows

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