As a stay-at-home programmer living with her loving boyfriend, Mia lives a simple but good life. Like most people, she dreams, but unlike most, she has vivid dreams about her neighbors' lives. One day, she realizes that they aren't dreams - what she's been experiencing is real. Mia's able to "ghost" into anyone she chooses, take control of their body, and make them do what she wants.
Frustrated by the injustice and abuse she sees around her, Mia begins using her power to try to right the wrongs she sees. Her boyfriend, Amir, does his best to stop her, believing that no one person should have that much power, and that the system - or God - will bring justice to the perpetrators. Mia, on the other hand, has seen too much corruption in her life to believe in such naïveté.
However, the best intentions don't always work out as planned. The power begins to affect Mia in ways she didn't expect - and turns out to have consequences she never imagined.
©2016 Marc Johnson (P)2017 Marc Johnson
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3 out of 5 stars
By Amy on 07-06-17

There are predictor and prey.I will never be prey

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I'm honestly not sure of what to make of this book.I don't know if my expectations were clouding my judgement as I listened but I would recommend it to one friend as he is in to the darker thing as oppose to a true super hero story which I was expecting from the blurb .It was a good story now that I have listened to it for the second time with my expectations tamped down.What I would say going in to this book is have an open mind,not everything is as it seems and not everything is black and white.If you are a fan of the DC comic or the Movie adaptation of Watchmen I think you will like this book very much.Mia is like a body jumping vigilante,Robin Hood style.But with a dark edge.

What does Megan Mackie bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Megan Mackie,kept me engaged ,interested and eager to see where on Mia's twists and turns and actions would take her. Megan's performance is excellent. Characters have distinctive voices (i.e differentiable), the pacing and speed of the story was well done. The production was excellent also.

Was Ghosting worth the listening time?

Yes it was . I listened to it twice.There may be some spoilers in this section ( Just a friendly heads up)The book starts of with Mia not knowing what is happening and thinking her Ghosting is just a dream ,like when she ghosts in to her elderly neighbor Max at a strip club with a stripper named Maria she thinks that it was just a really odd and realistic dream. When she discovers that her ghosting in to people is real and not a dream at all ,she cant ghost in to people at first when she is awake but once she does she jumps in to Kate.Kate who is cold and abusive Ali ,her young daughter,and Mia both wish they were family Ali wants Mia to be her mother and Mia feels the same way.When ghosting in to Kate she sees how abusive Kate is to Ali.She loves the little girl and balks at the injustice so much so that she takes it in to her own hands,she ghosts in to Kate and turns herself in to the police she(as Kate in Kate's body) admits to abusing Ali but this does not have the desired effect because Bill who is the abused husband of this cold wretched woman confesses that it was him who abuses Ali,which is not true.His abuse is the neglect in getting his child to safety from the cruel Kate .So this leaves poor little Ali back with Kate with her only respite being when Mia ghosts in to Kate's body.Obviously this is confusing to Ali though as she has no idea why her Mother all of a sudden is nice at times with no memory of it.So Kate takes things to the next level by ghosting in to Kate ,confessing her atrocitys in a letter and committing suicide effectively murdering Kate. Amir is crushed and no longer knows who this woman is that he shares a bed with .between this and Mia ghosting in to others and getting them to do things even if she is doing the"right thing" like what she did to James Kalvin .How far is too far?,did Mia cross the line? can she keep her powers in check?like Spider man says " with great power comes great responsibility"...and great loss .Spider man didn't say the last part but it rings true in this book .A weary and upset Amir meets Zelda who tells him that there are two more like Mia and she knows about her powers.Amir wants to help his love,his Mia but Zelda's intentions are not pure and an unsuspecting Amir leads an even more unsuspecting Mia in to a trap that neither will ever forget.The scene on the bus was amazingly written and so fantastically narrated ut was heart wrenching .For me so far in the book I have seen through Amir's idealistic but naive eyes and Mia's determined, Self justified eyes and I agree with what she did to Kate.It's instinct to protect an innocent child at any cost in my eyes but I cant condone what she did to the lovely school teacher Kesnia in order to get back in to Amir's life.The author used the phrase "Soul eater " and I think it is perfect for what Mia became .we all know the road to hell is paved with good intentions.Does the hero become a villain? Did she even notice it happening?This reads like an origin story for a comic book hero like Wolverine from X-Men but for the life of me I'm not sure if this is an origin story for a hero or a villain.As Mia is practically immortal now this could jump years ahead and I for one will be interested to see which way this goes.

Any additional comments?

If I could I would have given this book a 3.5 so I have tried to even that out by giving the story a 4 and the overall a 3.I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator. As always This review is my honest opinion.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 02-09-18

spoilt by bad narration

The narrator tackles each sentence as if it were a piece on its own, leading to bizarre emphasis and pauses. All narrators mess things up every now and again, but this is constant and nightmarish!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Athena on 07-05-18

Nice story with a lot of twists.

I had no real thoughts going in on how I felt the story would turn out, I am happy to say this story shocked me with how good it was. The overall plot sounds so crazy, but once you see how thing unfold it starts to pull you into the world, and you really get to see things from the characters POV.
I love all the twists and turns, and how each character brings something to the plot, be it big or small each moment is worth hearing. The voiceover is amazing and brings the action to life, and I really enjoyed the ending of the book.
I was given this free copy in return for my honest review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By 000 on 18-12-17

this is a qwesome short atory

i loved the story and the narrator india indian accent is perfect. i would recpmmend this short story

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