The Dunewalkers

The Dunewalkers An uncommon mission An unholy realm And ghostbusting on a whole new level After the death of his Army comrade William Engberg moves into a simple New Hampshire home against the backdrop of the turbul

  • Title: The Dunewalkers
  • Author: Ron Ripley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An uncommon mission An unholy realm And ghostbusting on a whole new level After the death of his Army comrade, William Engberg moves into a simple New Hampshire home against the backdrop of the turbulent foam crested waves of the Atlantic Ocean It s the ideal place to write and get on with his post military life Except for one thing He has unwanted house guests ghos An uncommon mission An unholy realm And ghostbusting on a whole new level After the death of his Army comrade, William Engberg moves into a simple New Hampshire home against the backdrop of the turbulent foam crested waves of the Atlantic Ocean It s the ideal place to write and get on with his post military life Except for one thing He has unwanted house guests ghosts and he wants them gone Determined to reclaim his home, William hires Brian, a ghostbusterpreneur, to clean house Armed with knowledge from a rare journal on how to vanquish the dead, Brian goes to work only to discover his worst nightmare Ready or not, Brian must deal with his own ghostly demons once and for all if he s going to save William and himself

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    1. Ripley is feeling his characters and I am feeling the chemistry and getting attached to them.This story had meaning and was faceted. I was definitely not bored. I love how the group was forming. I am really irked at certain ghosts right now and yet I am hoping where one door shuts, another will open. Loving the series.

    2. After reading the first book, Moving In, from the Moving In series, I began with the second book, The Dunewalkers. The book begins where the last book left off although it is not exactly a continuation of the book. After not being completely satisfied or scared by the first book, The Dunewalkers did not disappoint. I will say, it was actually better than the first one!You may read the full book review here The Dunewalkers (Moving In #2) by Ron Ripley – Book review

    3. The Dunewalkers pretty much picks up from where we left off at the end of Moving In.Brian and Jenny return as ghost hunters and try to help a young man name William who has a problem with a bunch of ghosts in his little isolated beach house.However, Brian and Jenny have some ghosty problems of their own to sort out at the same time.I really enjoyed the sequel to Moving In - I think even more than the first in the series.It was spooky and the story was interesting. Ron Ripley's writing isn't grea [...]

    4. What a crazy ride!!I never expected this book to end the way it did! What an absolute trip. The death of some characters broke my heart but it was thrilling none the less.

    5. Good readAnother excellent book about ghosts and the likes! Really enjoying this series. Looking forward to book three and to see what Roy's get into next!

    6. I didn't find this one as fantastic as the first one. This one seemed a bit disjointed for me. It was good, but not great. The first one was phenomenal. Going to start the third one.

    7. Mr. Ripley has done it again!!Just when I thought he wouldn't be able to top the first story in the Moving in series. I just wish I could read faster!!

    8. Loved this edition of the Moving In series!! Brian and Jenny are back doing what they now do, Ghostbusting. Brian is on a mission to help William, who is moving into his ex-army friends house near the ocean. Williams house is haunted, but it's not what's in the house he has to fear! It's what's outside!! William calls Brian, and he comes to see the problem. What he also finds there is an old enemy that has come back to haunt him! Between Brians worries and Williams ghosts, can they survive!! I'm [...]

    9. Can't wait for the next book!The Dunewalkers is the second book in the Moving In series and it was just as good as the first book. With this one we have Brian, Jenny and Sylvia continuing Leo's work. Thing is ghosts that they thought they were safe from come back to "haunt" them . I really enjoyed learning more about Leo and how he gained his knowledge. I really couldn't put this book down and found the plot held plenty of twists. If you enjoy a good ghost story where you never know what might h [...]

    10. Book 2 does not disappoint Book 2 in "Moving In Series" does not disappoint. I was really HOOKED after Book 1 and I truly enjoyed this book just as much. I was so invested in the characters that after losing Leo in the first book, I was so sure that I would not have to suffer thru the loss of another one of my favorite characters yet again in this book. In fear of spoiling this book for new readers, I will finish my review by saying: Please continue to READ ON to Book 3!!!

    11. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.I didn't enjoy book 1, I rushed through it and didn't even finish it. I didn't care much for the characters, and for this reason I couldn't get through this one either. this just wasn't for me.

    12. Another good one Mr. RipleyI was totally caught up in this story. It was nice to get the background information on Leo from the first book. Thanks for the bonus scene. It enhanced the story. Keep the books coming! I have been telling my friends about them every chance I get. Great characters and a captivating tale.

    13. A man moves into a small cottage on the shore.It has ghosts,some not pleasant.He calls on Brian,who has dealt with ghosts to come check the place out.The stories intertwine and peace,in a way,is found in the end.I love this series! Andrew Tell is a terrific narrator!I was given this book free for an honest review

    14. Loved it.Was even better than Moving In. Great scenes. The ending was fantastic. Can't wait to read the next one. I have almost of Ron's books. Loved this. I love ghost stories. Ruby

    15. The DunewalkersRead the first book because this one ties in. I enjoyed this book. I only wish there was more depth to certain characters. The ending was rushed but worth reading, I'm on to the next in this series.

    16. GhostlyAfter reading the first book of the series, I was skeptical about reading any more. However, this one was better than the first one! I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

    17. Great continuation of the seriesAnother short read. Took me a couple of hours to read. It was well written and kept my attention enough to keep the pages turning. If you're into stories about ghosts, I'd say this series is great.

    18. Moving in book 2Sometimes the dead are viscous, other times they just want to go. And sometimes life comes full circle. That old ticker is still hanging in with only a couple of extra jump starts along the way. Ron Ripley keeps you coming back for more. Thank you

    19. Awesome bookAnother great book from the "Moving In" series. I like how Jenny and Brian have now continued !Leo's mission. The ending really surprised me.

    20. A sequel to Moving In, I thought some of this book relied on book 1 too much (like return characters) but it was still a very good book. There was enough new material to really enjoy it.

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