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Insiders. Clever Alec. Arrogant Roman. Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don’t know who they hurt. And they don’t care. Outsider. Frazier. Brainy, awkward, unloved. But he’s got something the other kids don’t. Astral projection. The ability to cast his mind long distances out of his body. Yet it fails to save him the night he falls victim to a prank that goes horrifyingly too far. Though Frazier’s body dies, his mind does not. It floats, buoyed for years by one thought. Revenge. Now, 20 years later, Alec, Roman, and Lindy are summoned, as if by a supernatural force, to a high-school reunion they’ll never forget. If any of them live through it.

1 review for Floater

  1. Tyler B

    Kyle Walton narrated this book very well. A huge plus for me is how well a book is narrated and how the narrator portrays different voices. Walton does a fantastic job here. This works especially well since there are a lot of characters to follow and track.

    The story is very well written especially since it looks at the perspectives of multiple characters. Some stories fail to harmoniously incorporate different characters. However, in Floater, it works without a hitch. The characters are all likeable and relatable in some way. It does poke fun of some stereotypical horror archetypes, but Floater does it tastefully and with a purpose. There is a lot of good buildup and suspense which makes or break the story for me.

    This audiobook delivers that very well. Overall this is a fantastic audiobook that I recommended for fans of horror/paranormal.

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