Ghoster by Jason Arnopp offers a contemporary twist on the horror genre as we know it. With the dual meaning of the title, making reference to the internet term “ghosting”, as well as referring to actual supernatural entities, this novel sheds a spotlight on the reliance on our devices that we face today as a society. Through the eyes of Kate Collins, we are able to see the potential consequences of online dating and not knowing exactly who you’re talking to online. A whirlwind of internet stalking, cellphone addiction, possible murder, and supernatural occurrences, Ghoster will capture your attention from the first page and hold it until the very last.
∼ Brianna, Library Page
New York : Orbit, 2019