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  • Moving In Series Box Set Books 1 - 6

  • Supernatural Horror with Scary Ghosts and Haunted Houses
  • Written by: Ron Ripley
  • Narrated by: Thom Bowers
  • Length: 40 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Moving In Series Box Set Books 1 - 6

Written by: Ron Ripley
Narrated by: Thom Bowers
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Publisher's Summary

"Iron...and...salt," whispers the old man. The dead old man. "Hurry or it will be too late...."

In a bid to escape the stresses of city life, Brian Roy moves his family out into the country, a decision that will forever thrust him into the chilling world of ghosts....

This digital box set contains all of the six thrilling supernatural novels in this best-selling series:

Moving In: The utopia of a peaceful country oasis is brutally shattered when Brian discovers a dead body in the woods, and his home has been infiltrated by murderous ghosts. Perhaps this wasn’t the change he was looking for, but Brian prays that he’s up to the challenge.

The Dunewalkers: William Engberg moves into a house by the shore to escape his tragic past. Unfortunately, he finds a legion of unwanted guests in his new home: ghosts. Determined to beat them, he enlists the help of ghost hunter Brian Roy, who is armed with a rare journal on how to vanquish the dead.

Middlebury Sanitarium: Brian Roy leads a successful ghost hunting organization called The Leonidas Group, but he may have finally met his match against the evil spirits lurking in Middlebury Sanitarium. Encountering everything from a vengeful king to lost souls still fighting WWI, Brian and his team have their hands full.

The First Church: In his latest adventure, Brian Roy will fight the ghosts of headless Japanese soldiers wreaking havoc in a New Hampshire church. They have indiscriminately murdered and maimed everyone from children to police officers, and the ghosts’ thirst for vengeance is as insatiable as their thirst for saké.

The Paupers’ Crypt: Brian Roy succumbs to the stress of his job and gives himself a break by taking up work as a superintendent at Woods Cemetery. At first, he couldn’t be happier...until dead people rear their grisly heads and grasping hands, pulling him back into his old job of ghost hunting.

The Academy: Brian’s exhaustion is deeper than ever before. But when he finds out his cousin Mitchell, the principal of the academy, is running into some ghostly trouble, he races against time to stop them.

©2017 Ron Ripley (P)2019 ScareStreet.com

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Entertaining, if Sophomoric

This is a fun collection of stories following the 'Leonidas Group', a ghost-hunting duo called in to investigate hauntings, with the help of others in the paranormal investigation community, friendly spirits, and ghost-harming "weapons" (Salt and Iron). All six stories are pretty similar, with some genuinely nasty ghosts.

Ron Ripley writes well...very descriptive, with creepy settings, interesting characters, and imaginative plots ...but he has an odd preoccupation with alcohol - everyone "needs a drink" after encountering something weird, or else are alcoholic.
Characters also barf uncommonly often. See something gross? Vomit. See something frightening? Vomit. Get punched? Vomit. Smell something? You get the idea.

The value for a Credit is great. But I could see listening to all 6 stories in a row could be grating. I listened to other books between "Moving In" episodes, and I recommend it.
The other thing I found is this book is better at about 1.25x Speed. Thom Bowers has a fairly annoying reading voice. He speaks slowly and overenunciates. He sounds a lot like comedian and SNL personality John Mulaney. Some of Bowers' character voices are downright TERRIBLE. At higher speed, it's more tolerable.

There are a couple of truly creepy instances in the book, but it's not terribly spooky...your 10-year-old could listen to this, and if they can handle 'Goosebumps', they could digest this. A little bit of sexual innuendo, and a bit scary for a six-year-old, for example, but pre-teens would do fine with these stories. Look elsewhere if you're looking for a more adult fright.

Not the worst I've read. I give it 5 out of 10 stars.

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Wow loved it!

I love supernatural horror books. Lately it's been hard to find any books that keep mi intrest. I found scare street by accident and found this box set. I love it!!! I can't get enough the writer is amazing with gow he tells a story. I love that these are in box sets as well. I listen to these well I am knitting and I totally get lost in the stories!!!! Thank you for having these sets!!! They scare me make me laugh and keep me wanting more. The narrator is good to I don't know why people are complaining!!! I will be a follower of scare street and Ron Ripley's books. Sarah Clancy is really good too!!! Jeep them coming PLEASE!!!

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Maybe the stories are ok but...

The tales might be okay but it's SO hard to get past the terrible narration. This guy's attempts at female voices are so bad they are laughable. I know it's not an easy task but some can and some can't, and this guy is definitelyn the latter. Absolutely kills the stories unfortunately.

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Hard to listen to

I think if I had read this series I would have enjoyed it, but the narration was not well done, the pace was too slow and I felt the intonation was off. I persevered through book 9ne, but couldn't continue with the rest.

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