Review of Terminal (Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper Book 4) by JL Bryan



Terminal is the fourth book in the Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper series. It can also be read as a stand alone as sufficient clarification of terms and ghost busting methods are being shared.

Ellie Jordan’s latest client has problems with a banshee that’s a feeder of misery and sadness. But it seems the problem is bigger and more complex than just a banshee. The client’s residence is part of a half-built suburban community that was build on cursed land with a nearby old railroad line that’s a conduit for dark spirits and lost souls.

This story was VERY good and fascinating. Crazy spooky stuff happened on top of Ellie’s emotional (reading ‘love-life’) and professional issues. The interactions were again funny and witty. The plot was well thought out and expertly told. The haunted railroad, its history as well as Ellie’s daring solution to get rid of the evil and lesser evil entities were totally interesting.

(Spoiler Alert!) Expect some new developments for Eckhard Investigation’s future that will leave Ellie very uncomfortable.

Another Trapper Novel I can recommend if you devoured the previous books like I did. (I would’ve preferred a little more interaction between the two love birds … but that’s just me. Ellie and Michael’s initial awkwardness was really cute in the previous novel.)


Click here to purchase Terminal by J.L. Bryan.



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