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When Sam Feary meets his old high school buddy Abner in Manhattan, he knows something is wrong.But he doesn't know how wrong.Abner has stepped over the boundary, into the world of unseen spirits - a world that has suddenly become a terrifying reality.It will take Abner's life unless Sam can rescue him...But now it wasnt Sam's life as well!...

Title : The Waiting Room
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ISBN : 9780812527605
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 342 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Waiting Room Reviews

  • Bandit
    2019-03-06 13:28

    This strange and unsettling story is a sequel to the equally strange and unsettling A Manhattan Ghost Story. It also might be one of those unique occasions where a sequel is every bit as good if not better than the original. While the first one was just a eerie love story with ghosts, this book is more structured, more plot driven and offers more of a resolution in the end. It is possible to read this book without the first one, but I suggest reading them both. That way it'll give the reader a much more complete experience plus there'll be more of an emotional involvement with the characters that way, particularly Abner's. As always, Wright isn't for everyone, but I really enjoy his writing style, the simple elegance and eerieness of it, and his books are always such quick and easy reads. Recommended.

  • Stephen
    2019-03-09 21:07

    Character driven, suspense , paranormal, story that will keep you reading into the night. Prose runs smoothly and a delight to read. Wright puts forth the question "where the dead go, not knowing they have passed". A pleasure to read.

  • Mitch
    2019-02-22 13:27

    Until I just signed on now to Goodreads, I didn't know that "The Waiting Room" by T.M. Wright is a sequal to "A Manhattan Ghost Story". Hmm. I wish I would have known that prior...I dislike reading books out of order. But I guess it makes sense.This book is about a man named Sam who is a Vietnam war vet who while living in Manhattan runs into his old high-school friend Abner who he hasn't seen in 20 years. It turns out Abner has communication to a seperate world of the dead, and upon reconnecting with Abner, the spirit world is reaching out to Sam as well! Sam is determined to help Abner before the world of the dead totally consumes him.Ok, when I started this book I thought it showed a lot of promise. It was interesting, unique, and I wanted to learn more. Yeah it was bizzare, but nothing too over-the-top....in comes part 2. Part 2 was WAYYYYYY over-the-top, unbeleivable, and an utter dissapointment. This would have been a 5-star rating had it just maintained the consistancy of part 1. For the month of October I was planning on reading just horror and Halloween themed books, but the ridiculousness of part 2 of this book has drained me and I think I may just break away and start to read "normal" books once again.

  • Peter
    2019-03-04 14:05

    This is a sequel to A Manhattan Ghost Story. This is a story about a man name Sam. Sam was a friend of Abner's twenty years ago.They went to high school together. Sam is living in Manhattan also. One day he spots Abner and yells for him to wait. Abner runs to get away from Sam. Sam knows something is not right. Sam also learns that Abner is in love with Phyllis but we know from book one, Phyllis is dead. Abner lives in a rundown beach house with many guests. The only problem is they are dead and they live in the walls. Abner warns Sam to stay away or he will pay the price. Sam wants to help his old friend no matter what! Sam learns that the dead do walk the earth.

  • Robert
    2019-02-17 20:58

    This sequel to A Manhattan Ghost Story expands upon the ideas of its predecessor, as one Sam Feary meets up again with old childhod buddy Abner Cray (the protagonist of Manhattan Ghost Story), who is still coping with the after-effects of having been exposed to and caught up in a parallel plane of existence, a plane populated by dead people (different planes of reality = recurring theme in much of TM Wright's work). Sam soon finds himself descending into the same realm. A solid follow up, not quite as good, but recommended to fans of the first one.

  • Audeline
    2019-03-18 14:28

    J'ai eu l'impression que tout était bon à mettre dans ce livre sans pour autant donner au lecteur les bonnes explications à ce qui arrive. Visiblement, les évènements se passent parce qu'on a donné à l'histoire une dimension "paranormale" mais il manque des explications, des ressentiments du héros peut-être, pour nous faire gober l'histoire. Il y a plein de bonnes idées mais qui ne sont malheureusement pas abouties. Trop fouillis.

  • Fi
    2019-03-04 14:22

    A sequel to A Manhattan Ghost Story. I hadn't realised there even WAS a sequel so between the 1st & 2nd books it's been nearly *cough* 20 years. Unfortunately, this meant it was a bit too long for me to have any clear recollection of Ghost Story but still an enjoyable (if that's the right word) little horror story.

  • Neil Davies
    2019-03-12 14:20

    I've always felt T M Wright has a slightly odd style, particularly with dialogue, but it works! Really enjoyed getting back into one of his books, it's been too long. Will be reading more very soon (still quite a few I've not read). If you want a change from gory in-your-face horror, I highly recommend this book (and all his others too).

  • Kevin Lucia
    2019-02-22 13:19

    Excellent. As good as Manhattan Ghost Story was, this was even better, because Sam is a much more assertive, active protagonist - and a lot easier to like - than Abner, in the first book...

  • Josh Dormammu
    2019-03-05 14:14

    "I counted seven doors in that hallway: three on the left and five on the right."

  • Dean
    2019-03-09 19:23

    A fine piece of literary horror, and a take on the ghost story unique to T.M. Wright.

  • Jonathan Reitan
    2019-03-19 20:10

    Part ghost story, part thriller, a quickly read classic horror novel about one man's struggle with what's real and what is not.