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Publisher's Summary

Tom and his ghostly friends are back!

Fourteen-year-old Tom Röschenberg has inherited a ghost train and its members of the undead are very lively! And it's a suspenseful time for our young Ghostsitter: Vlarad the vampire has consumed too much hamster blood and has now turned into one, and Wombie the Zombie's hundredth deathday is coming right up. But the ritual for celebrating Wombie's deathday is no easy task: It requires a voodoo dagger, a magic ring, and an enchanted cauldron, and if Tom and his undead friends don't perform the ritual in time, Wombie will turn to dust.

Of course, everyone is absolutely determined to win the adventurous race against time to save good-natured Wombie from disintegrating. And that's not all. Tom's detective skills are put to the test when he has to solve the mystery of missing bestselling author Tiffany Schuster. Is his nemesis Zoracz behind it? And what does the mysterious mechanical clown inside the house of mirrors have to do with it?

The Ghostsitter part 3 offers even more shudders, shivers, jokes, and action for all listeners, from the young to the middle-aged...even for the undead!

©2021 Tommy Krappweis (P)2021 Audible Originals, LLC

About the Creator

Best-selling Bavarian author Tommy Krappweis rose to fame as a comedian on the German version of Saturday Night Live and has since received many awards for writing, producing, and directing numerous books, tv shows and audio plays. The movie Mara and the Firebringer, based on his books, was hailed as the best German fantasy film since The Neverending Story. He is also known as the creator of Bernhard Bread; the loaf-shaped, grumpy puppet is one of Germany’s most famous children’s television characters.

About the Performer

James Fouhey has narrated more than 200 audiobooks across a wide variety of genres, including American Prison by Shane Bauer, the upcoming Love Creekwood, a Simonverse novella by Becky Albertalli, and the beloved best selling children’s series Pete the Cat by James Dean. He is also the voice of Geoff Thomasen in the award winning sci-fi audio drama, MarsFall, and played the role of Adam in The Infinite Noise by Lauren Shippen, a Bright Sessions novel based on the hit podcast. On stage, James has credits both regionally and Off-Broadway, most notably originating the role of Cedric in Off-Broadway's Puffs: Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic (New World Stages). You can find more about him at jamesfouhey.com and DSRApodcast.com.

About the Performer

Jay is an actor/director who’s been fortunate enough to appear on Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theatre and TV, and has been doing voiceovers for over ten years. He has voiced for feature films and has been heard on Nickelodeon, WB, Cartoon Network, Fox TV, the SciFi Channel, EWam, and the new CW4Kids. Best known for his work on Saturday morning cartoons like Yu-Gi-Oh! (lead), Viva Pinata (lead), Sonic X, and Pokemon, he has also worked on many other animations and can currently be heard in Gogoriki, Pat and Stan, and Chaotic. His other voiceover work includes several audiobooks, documentaries, promos, and commercials and he continues to be grateful not to have to have a "real job".

About the Performer

Marc Vietor is a writer, director and voice actor, almost never in that order. He’s narrated over 200 audiobooks, six of which were nominated for Audie awards, one of which won one. Also he is the recipient of five Earphone Excellence Awards from AudioFile Magazine, the most recent of which was 2018’s "Second Hand Curses". He is an artistic associate of The Red Bull Theater, where he has acted and directed and where he staged the award-winning production of The School For Scandal (Best Revival, Off-Broadway Alliance 2017). As an occasional actor he’s worked at The Mint Theater, HERE, Rattlestick, The Old Globe Theater, Actors’ Theatre of Louisville (Humana Festival), The Arena, The Westport Country Playhouse, Ravinia Music Festival, The O’Neill Center, The Kennedy Center, South Coast Repertory, Prince Music Theatre, Long Wharf, Hartford Stage, Theatre For A New Audience, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Sundance Theatre Lab, Playwrights’ Horizons, The Roundabout, NYSF. He went to Yale and Juilliard.

About the Performer

Stephen Bel Davies has recorded over 200 audiobooks for various publishers including Audible Studios, Tantor Media, Blackstone and Macmillan. He has narrated works by several NY Times bestselling authors such as Jeffrey Toobin, RL Stein, Jennifer Roberson, Piers Anthony, Walter Kern, JA Redmerski and AG Riddle. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School Drama Division Group 36.

About the Performer

Jessie Cannizzaro is a New York-based actor, comedian, and voice over artist. She originated the role of Sally in the long-running hit off-Broadway comedy Puffs at New World Stages, which was filmed and screened for fans in movie theaters nationwide thanks to Fathom Events and is available for streaming on Amazon, iTunes, and BroadwayHD. Other New York credits include Romeo and Juliet (Lincoln Center Education), The Mysteries (The Flea), The Haunting of Ichabod Crane (Park Avenue Armory), The Events (New York Theatre Workshop), and the title role in Hamlet (American Theatre of Actors). She was last seen in the world premiere of Ken Ludwig's The Gods of Comedy at McCarter Theatre Center and The Old Globe. As a voice over artist, Jessie can be heard everywhere from national commercials to Nickelodeon cartoons. She also did narration for Selah and The Spades, an official Sundance Film Festival selection that recently premiered on Amazon. Jessie was a member of The Flea’s resident acting company "The Bats" and an apprentice at Williamstown Theatre Festival. She trained at NYC’s Upright Citizens Brigade and London’s British American Drama Academy. Jessie graduated from Swarthmore College with high honors in Theater and Political Science, where she performed on the improv and sketch comedy teams. She writes and performs comedy with Infinite Sketch at The Peoples Improv Theater.

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Another great installment

This was such a good installment of the Ghostsitter series. I also think that Tom has more personal growth in this book than in either of the previous two. Of the three, I think this one might be my favorite so far. I really hope that more of the series will be translated into English, so we can continue to hear about the antics of Tom and his friends on the Terror Tour.

Also, this series is starting to bring me around to the full-cast audio recording. I don't know that I will ever prefer it to a single narrator, but I won't skip over an audiobook just because it is a full-cast recording.

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Fun for the Whole Family

The zany cast of Ghostsitter and Beware the Poltergeist returns to save the “life” of their zombie friend. What follows felt a lot like a supernatural scavenger hunt as everyone races against the clock to stop the zombie from turning to dust.

As with the first two books in this series, this is a fully dramatized production aimed at younger people. That won’t stop adults from enjoying it as well.

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Choo choo boo

My son and I love vicariously running the ghost train with Tom and his crazy adventures. His character is silly and likeable.

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Ghostsitter-ghost train is just fun for everyone

this ghost sitter series is just so fun and enjoyable for all ages. performed by a very talented cast and the music that goes with the stories are just fun and upbeat and does the stories justice. so relax and enjoy some fun and laughs, and wind down from your busy day. you'll like.

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Just a Story, love it

I love these ghost sitter series because they're just focused on a story, not some forced political messaging. thank you so much for allowing me to just have a good entertaining experience to have an escape from the day. great for kids and also shows the value of meaningful friendships. thanks for letting kids be kids!

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Nice

Better than the last is what I say please make more of these they’re so intresting

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Excellent!

Please translate more of this series! They are already written. The cast did a great job. So nice, wholesome and funny!

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Fun and funny

My whole family loves this series. The kids (8 and 11) even turn off their tablets to listen.

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I love this series.

these books make me want to learn German so I don't have to wait for the next book to be translated into English. On a very related note, when is the next one going to be in English?

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Amazing

Recommend the series of Ghost Sitter. Very entertaining and fun! The characters just mix well.

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