Unlimited [Thriller Book] ✓ Soul Trapper - by F.J. Lennon ↠

By F.J. Lennon | Comments: ( 418 ) | Date: ( Oct 15, 2019 )

Kane Pryce knows that ghosts are real and that sometimes they have unfinished business Shortly after death, a soul will see a door of light leading to the afterlife But sometimes, when there s something or someone still pulling at them, souls turn their back to this door Instead, they haunt the living Hollywood native Kane Pryce isn t your average twenty somKane Pryce knows that ghosts are real and that sometimes they have unfinished business Shortly after death, a soul will see a door of light leading to the afterlife But sometimes, when there s something or someone still pulling at them, souls turn their back to this door Instead, they haunt the living Hollywood native Kane Pryce isn t your average twenty something dabbling musician Yes, he s an occasional substance abuser with a distrustful nature and self destructive streak And yes, most people might take him for a down on his luck slacker But to those in a very small circle, he s also known as a ghost hunting legend Delving deep into the supernatural isn t a lifestyle that Kane chose for himself, however it was thrust upon him when his father vanished under mysterious circumstances Unbeknownst to anyone besides Kane, his father left instructions to his son that led Kane to the Soul Trap, a powerful supernatural treasure that allows him to hunt down, capture, and send ghosts from the earthly realm to the afterlife For Kane, power over the supernatural has come with a price Despite his attempts to do good with this power, his efforts often leave a path of destruction So when his paranormal side job attracts the attention of Eva Kells, a crack reporter intent on breaking his story, Kane is reluctant can he trust her Soon, though, risking his heart on a snooping journalist is the least of Kane s worries He receives a call from a terrified priest whose church is haunted by the soul of a deceased little boy Kane takes on the case, but as he begins to learn the strange details surrounding the boy s death, he realizes that there s much at stake than he ever could have imagined And to complicate things even further, he falls hard for the boy s mother The only problem is, she s been dead for almost fifty years Nail biting and darkly humorous, SoulTrapper takes readers on a thrilling ride through the ghostly realm.


  • Title: Soul Trapper
  • Author: F.J. Lennon
  • ISBN: 9781439186640
  • Page: 380
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

F.J. Lennon

F.J Lennon is a novelist, screenwriter, and independent digital media producer, designer, and writer During his 25 year career, Lennon has been actively employed in multiple industries including video games, interactive television, advertising, and toys He has authored three books Soul Trapper Atria, 2011 and Devil s Gate Atria, 2012 , the first two novels in a series of supernatural thrillers that follow the turbulent life of rogue ghost hunter, Kane Pryce and Every Mistake in the Book HarperCollins Regan Books, 2001 , a light hearted business memoir about Lennon s years in the video game industry He has also written numerous screenplays and teleplays in various stages of development Since 1985, Lennon has been instrumental in the development of 47 interactive games, educational software titles, and entertainment properties for companies including Electronic Arts, Take 2 Interactive, Disney Interactive, Mattel, Sesame Street, DIRECTV, Paramount Digital Entertainment, Simon and Schuster Interactive, Marvel Comics, MicroProse Software, and the U.S Federal Government.Between 1985 and 1996, Lennon was Take 2 Interactive Software s Creative Director and Senior Vice President of Product Development, a Senior Producer for MicroProse Software, Inc and the co founder and Vice President of Paragon Software Corporation, which was sold to MicroProse in 1992 Lennon is a 1986 magna cum laude graduate of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, where he earned a degree in Communications and a minor in English Literature.He is a native of Latrobe, Pennsylvania and currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife and daughter.



Comments Soul Trapper

  • Colleen

    Let me do you all a favorBefore you begin reading this book, get your computer and boot up google(if you're anything like me) you're going to need it. In this book FJ Lennon references things like, "pranic healing", "Hollywood forever cemetery", Aleister Crowley", "Nikola Tesla",(these are just a few, believe me)ese are references to real things, places and people you can google and learn about. There is also a music component to this book. The main character is heavy in to music past and presen [...]


  • Kelli

    Stuck in a reading rut? Try Soul Trapper. It's definitely an escape type of book and pulled me out of my bizarre reading funk. It reads like an episode of Ghostfacers. (I'm referring to the group of paranormal investigators featured on a few episodes of Supernatural.) Too obscure of a description? How about Paranormal State or Ghost Hunters? Anyhow, picture if you will, an episode of one of the aforementioned TV series morphing into a stand-alone novel. And there you have it - Soul Trapper.


  • Charline Ratcliff

    I recently finished reading “Soul Trapper” from the up and coming author F. J. Lennon. I have to say I found it to be a fast-paced ride through the annals of the supernaturalKane Price, the somewhat unlikely hero in “Soul Trapper” isn’t your regular run-of-the-mill guy. Kane isn’t interested in a corporate job; there’s no long term relationship he’s trying to move forward to the “next step” and he has no plans for his future other than to ensure he survives to see each new da [...]


  • Katie Hilton

    *******This was a First Reads Giveaway***************Most stories with a ghost hunter theme peak my interest, which is why I entered for a chance to win this book. This was a fast-paced fun read that has two of my favorite things—ghosts and rock ‘n’ roll! I immediately fell in love with the bad-boy main character Kayne Price. Although he is a ne’er-do-well rocker tormented by his father’s disappearance, he is also a ghost hunter who helps trapped souls take their journey to the other s [...]


  • Jamie Welch

    The story of Kane Pryce reads a little like a mix between Ghost Busters and pretty much any ghost hunter show on SyFy. The story is riddled with pop cutler references from music icons like Jimmy Hendrix, The Ramones, The Doors, Nirvana, The White Stripes, Eric Clapton to iPhones, iPads and the Olsen Twins; it is all done so well that it fits the story perfectly and doesn't make the story seem dated in any way.Another cool thing about this novel is that it is loaded with locations in L.A. like Ho [...]


  • Mike Kovalcik

    An excellent start to what will hopefully be a long-running series. The plot grabs you from the very beginning and pulls you along on a ride through the secret supernatural side of L.A. Lennon's use of specific real landmarks helps to ground the story in reality, and make the fantastical feel just a little more familiar. In a story such as this one, with technological devices being so important to the plot, the right mix of techno-babble is paramount, and "Soul Trapper" hits it on the head: enou [...]


  • Aisling Van Dam LaBauve

    I couldn't put this book down! I thoroughly enjoyed this book, eager to read on to find out what happened next. Kane Price is a tortured soul, of sorts, a moody musician type who often finds himself at the mercy of his addictions. He is also heir to a contraption which allows him to trap wandering souls and communicate with them before sending them through their door to the world beyond the physical realm. The story is a mystery of sorts, with a scattering of romance (not the mushy sort), action [...]


  • Bondama

    I gave this book three stars for the plot -- The writing is kind of uneven, and the characterization is very weak. The reader is never really sure WHY the protagonist acts as he does, and his motivations for his "love affair" with a ghost are very, very confusing. Apparently, this man's father invented a "soul trap" which helps lost souls who, for one reason or another, hang around on this plane, rather than entering their "door." The interesting part of the book starts when he manages to trap a [...]


  • Jeff

    FJ Lennon's Soul Trapper is a fun and fascinating reading experience. Told in a first person narrative reminiscent of a 1940's film Noir thriller (think Sam Spade or Phillip Marlow as Ghost Hunter), Soul Trapper starts off as a wild fun-house ride (almost literally) and then slowly sucks the reader (and it's world weary narrator) into deeper and deeper realms of both danger and meaning.The scenes clip along at a very fast pace (with never a dull or down moment), the writing is crisp and clear, t [...]


  • Jessica

    I won this as part of a Firstreads giveaway.I read this book in a day. I couldn't put it down because I kept wanting to know what happens next. Kane is a ghosthunter but not in the conventional sense. He works more towards trying to get ghosts to go to the other side (whichever that is for him). He finds himself wrapped up in the life of a ghostly child and goes to hell and back (literally) to help him move on. The conspiracy theorist in me can't help but wonder "what if." Mr. Lennon made the c [...]


  • R.M. Willis

    I first met this author online via Twitter. Through our discussions I decided that as soon as I saw his book I'd pick it up. Approximately 6 months later I saw it for sale in a local used book store. I read it over the next couple of days, the story is unique with solid character development and a good balance between action and dialogue. Kane Price the main character seems to have almost reluctantly inherited the Soul Trapper device. The way it works and how Kane is able to interact with ghosts [...]


  • Minty-chan~

    At first I thought Kane to be a cocky, impulsive guy who just cared about the next big hit - whether it was money, girls or booze which he kinda was. But after finishing it I think this book was really sweet, well towards the part where he falls in love with Donna. I mean the fact that he goes all the way to hell and back to save her is just so romantic. He's a sexy yet sentimental guy the kind you would rarely ever meet. not to mention that he digs some nice tunes! I guess I'll miss him, he lef [...]


  • Dalian

    I am not a prim and proper person but the amount of cursing and excessive name dropping distracted me too much and I wasn't able to get into the story. I made it about fifty pages and let it go out of frustration because it felt like something the guys from Ghost Hunters would have written or contributed to. It was such an interesting premise but the way in which it was presented was not matching up for me.


  • Jessica Montgomery

    This book is full of twists and turns,supernatural powers, lost ghosts and frightful demons. You can relate to the main character, Kane Pryce, his flaws and pain, with the add on of funny references to music and musicians. He started out with a bad history but with the help of an old family friend, he helps rid places of their not so friendly house guests(ghosts). And with the power to help a young and lost ghost, will he chose to help or will he walk away?


  • Stacie

    Wasted time. I was intrigued by the story line, and it was well written; but it went no where for me. Not thrilling, not exciting, no lesson learned other than using my copy for kitty litter. The main character, Kane, was such an arrogant prick he should have died a slow painful death in hell with the rest of the pathetic losers.


  • Mike Duran

    Reminded me of a minimized Sandman Slim. Raunchy. Punchy. Lots of paranormal elements. Colorful characters. Told in first person narrative with a 1940's film noir vibe. Easy reading. However, it was hard to like this protag. One minute he's a hard drinking womanizer, the next he's battling demons for the good of mankind. Three-and-a-half stars.


  • Leslie

    I heard the author discussing the sequel on Coast to Coast and knew I had to track these down. I love the combination of ghosts, technology and rock and roll.This is a fun read with enough twists and turns and chills to keep you glued to the pages.


  • Michele bookloverforever

    tortured ghost hunter/trapper falls for a ghost and her ghost child. doomed romance.


  • Erika

    This book was pretty good until the end. If you don't want the hero of the book to really be a hero this is the book for you.


  • Austin

    GOOD BOOK


  • Jessy White

    This writer tried to hard. I couldn't get into the story at all because of the way Kanes character was presented. Ive never not read an entire book but this one was garbage.


  • Suzanne

    Funny! Hard drinking single guy novel crossed with a paranormal adventure/romance. Seemed like an odd combo but he sustained it. Bit heavy handed on the music thing. Liked it, read it in one sitting.


  • Sheryl

    I really liked this. The story kept me entertained and wanting to know what was next. I love that it's all local places. Can't wait for the next one!


  • Trevin

    Horrible ending.


  • Shaon Castleberry

    Love to see this one become a series. Demons, ghosts, and great music sense. Channeling Tom Dowd for the progressions in Layla from Clapton & Allman. Great stuff!


  • Amanda Thompson

    Within the first five pages, there was way too much swearing. 'F' word used multiple times, among others.


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