• Of Tangible Ghosts

  • Ghost Trilogy Series, Book 1
  • By: L. E. Modesitt Jr.
  • Narrated by: Tim Campbell
  • Length: 10 hrs and 48 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author L. E. Modesitt, Jr. begins his Ghost Books series with Of Tangible Ghosts in a strange alternate reality where ghosts are no longer mere superstition, but physical realities.

When two real ghosts and the records of a murdered researcher enter the life of Johan Eschbach, the former spy and present professor finds himself caught with the secret of high-technology de-ghosting, and the whole world, including his former spymasters, try to turn Johan himself into another ghost.

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  • Tim
  • 04-23-22

Tiresome

Well I struggled through it hoping that the characters would develop into interesting people - but they didn't. There were so many inferences into what was happening in the plot that I did not manage to follow who was who and what was happening. Especially in the politics and technology.

I usually like most of the Modesitt books but this reads/sounds as though it was a very early one where he had not learned how to tell a story clearly.