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Graveyard Shift in Ghost Town (#2 Gap Year in Ghost Town)

Michael Pryor



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J A Allen
01 July 2019
General fiction (Children's&YA); Urban Fantasy; Monsters Fantasy; Ghosts Fantasy; Young Adult Fantasy
So, how's my gap year going? Is it giving me a taste of the ghost-hunting business or is it just dumping me into situations where I could end up dead, or worse?

Lingerers. Moaners. Thugs. Weepers. So many ghosts. Not enough graveyard shifts in a night.

When an extreme ghost plague descends on the city, Anton and Rani must work overtime to keep the city safe and to find the source of the new aggressive ghost outbreak. And it amps up to another level after ghost hunters become the hunted.

Anton and Rani will need all their wits and wiles about them if they are to manage the ghost influx, get to the truth about the Elsewhere and navigate the night with all their limbs intact.

Graveyard Shift in Ghost Town is thoroughly entertaining and full of nail-biting ghostly action and adventure.
By:   Michael Pryor
Imprint:   J A Allen
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 208mm,  Width: 138mm, 
Weight:   330g
ISBN:   9781760523930
ISBN 10:   1760523933
Series:   Gap Year in Ghost Town
Pages:   320
Publication Date:   01 July 2019
Recommended Age:   From 14 to 18 years
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Michael Pryor is one of Australia's premier Science Fiction and Fantasy authors. He has more than a million words in print, publishing more than thirty-five books and over fifty short stories. Michael has been shortlisted seven times for the Aurealis Awards and seven of his books have been CBCA Notable Books. For more on Michael and his books, go to www.michaelpryor.com.au.

Reviews for Graveyard Shift in Ghost Town (#2 Gap Year in Ghost Town)

Readers will appreciate Anton and Rani's tentative and platonic friendship, Anton and friend Rebecca and in addendum, Rebecca and Rani. . . . Melbourne was enchanting and atmospheric. As Anton accompanied Rani throughout the city and her suburbs, I was fascinated by the history of Melbourne folklore. Readers will appreciate the diverse Australian characters and Rani, who although from Britain is of Assamese, Chinese and Malaysian heritage. Theatrical and charismatic, Gap Year In Ghost Town is wonderfully written with humour and finesse. Simply brilliant. --Diva Book Nerd on Gap Year in Ghost Town Anton, the hilariously relatable protagonist from Melbourne, narrates with wit reminiscent of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson series: an amalgamation of punchy one-liners backgrounded by a very sarcastic character ensemble. . . . Pryor succeeds in including nods to time setting, with pop culture and technology references galore. --Fuzzable on Gap Year in Ghost Town Absolutely hilarious, endearing, and (surprise) full of ghosts. . . . Anton is an absolute talkative, adorkable, stupid, and heartwarming bucket of SASS. . . . It also ticked a lot of boxes on what I want to see more in books. And this truly pleases me. For instance, there's: A platonic girl/boy friendship. Bec and Anton are BFF with 0% romantic feelings. Excellent supportive dad. dead people diversity of ethnicity basically NO ROMANCE omgggggg so refreshing (Anton kind of has a crush, but he doesn't do anything about it or barely even think about it, so I count it as no romance!) people who enjoy cosplay and nerd conventions Tim Tams It left me with a ton of questions. Which means I desperately want a sequel because there's so much depth to this world and these ghost-hunting people. It felt like Supernatural, but in book form! --Paper Fury on Gap Year in Ghost Town Filled with ghostly intrigue and delightful characters, Michael Pryor's latest novel is pure entertainment. --Books + Publishing on Gap Year in Ghost Town

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