Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Blog Tour + Review + #Giveaway: Silencing The Seam by Kathleen Groger @KathleenGroger @XpressoTours

Silencing The Seam
Kathleen Groger
(Seam Stalkers, #2)
Publication date: October 18th 2016
Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Young Adult

Sixteen-year-old Sam Drake thought she’d left the horrors of spring break and Defiance Castle behind her. But back home, the spirits swirling around her are more demanding, more aggressive.

Fear of being institutionalized by her skeptical mother drives Sam to follow her dad to New Orleans. There she hopes to take back control of her life. But the French Quarter and the cities of the dead have other plans. Hour by hour they drain her, making it next to impossible to fight off a ghost who is determined to use her for its own revenge.

Ensnared in an ancient power struggle where Voodoo rituals, betrayal, and murder rule, Sam must determine who to trust. One step in the wrong direction will lock her inside the Seam to walk among the dead for eternity.

Sequel to:

My Review:

Sam is back home now and hoping to put all the ghost, demons, spirits and everything that happened at the haunted castle where she stayed with her uncle during spring break. Eric and his crew were there hoping to get some footage of ghost for his tv show.

While Sam is glad to be back home and hoping to put everything behind her and get on with her life and she was really hoping to get rid of all her little ghost friends forever but that is not to be. She stills sees and hears other ghost but she is trying to keep all of that under her hat so to speak. She is afraid that her mom is going to have her committed. Sam needs help with trying to keep all the ghost calm so she can keep her mom off her back.

So when her dad has a business trip to New Orleans Sam decides to go with him to sort of get away from her mom for a while. Her Uncle Eric moved there after returning from their trip to the haunted castle. Sam figures she can go to New Orleans hang out with Eric do a little sightseeing with no ghost of course. Hey a girl can dream can’t she? If only she could be so lucky.

While in New Orleans Sam runs into a lot more ghost some who want her power and some who just want her dead and some who just want her help. Sam just wants to be left alone but of course that is not going to happen. No these ghost are deadly and are very determined to have what they want and that is Sam and they will do whatever they have to in order to get it and that includes hurting Sam or anyone she cares about. They are out for revenge and someone is going to pay. Can Sam stop these ghosts and send them back where they belong? Can she do it and survive? To find all the answers pick up your copy of Silencing The Seam today!

I have truly loved following Sam on her new adventures with all the ghost and hope to go with her on more of her friendly little chats with other ghost. I loved The Shattered Seam and kept picturing myself setting in front of the tv watching it and I did the same with Silencing The Seam. Silencing The Seam will take you on so many different roads that will have you wondering how they all connect. I can’t wait to read more of Kathleen Groger’s books and more of the Seam Stalkers. 

Author Bio:
Kathleen wrote her first story in elementary school about a pegasus named Sir Lancelot. It had no plot or conflict, but it sparked a dream. After serving a fifteen-year sentence in retail management, the bulk in big box bookstores, she turned her love of reading into a full-time career writing dark and haunting characters and stories. She writes paranormal, fantasy, suspense, horror YA books. She is a contributing member of READerlicious, writers who love readers. Check out her blogs here. 
She lives by the mantra that a day is not complete without tea. Lots of tea. Kathleen lives in Ohio with her husband, two boys, and two attention-demanding dogs. When not writing or editing or revising, you can find her reading, cooking, spending time with her family, or photographing abandoned buildings. 



Giselle said...

Glad you liked it, Nancy! This sounds like a great series and very well written, too! I love it when you can really see the story unfold in front of your eyes! Great review! :)

Kathleen Groger said...

Thanks for having me!