Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper

Ellie Jordan Ghost Trapper Ellie Jordan s job is to catch and remove unwanted ghosts Part detective part paranormal exterminator Ellie operates out of Savannah Georgia one of the oldest and most haunted cities in North Amer

  • Title: Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper
  • Author: J.L. Bryan
  • ISBN: 9781500977009
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ellie Jordan s job is to catch and remove unwanted ghosts Part detective, part paranormal exterminator, Ellie operates out of Savannah, Georgia, one of the oldest and most haunted cities in North America.When a family contacts her to deal with a disturbing presence in the old mansion they ve recently purchased, Ellie first believes it to be a typical, by the book specter,Ellie Jordan s job is to catch and remove unwanted ghosts Part detective, part paranormal exterminator, Ellie operates out of Savannah, Georgia, one of the oldest and most haunted cities in North America.When a family contacts her to deal with a disturbing presence in the old mansion they ve recently purchased, Ellie first believes it to be a typical, by the book specter, a residual haunting by a restless spirit Instead, she finds herself confronting an evil older and powerful than she d ever expected, rooted in the house s long and sordid history of luxury, sin, and murder The dangerous entity seems particularly interested in her clients ten year old daughter.Soon her own life is in danger, and Ellie must find a way to exorcise the darkness of the house before it can kill her, her clients, or their frightened young child.

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    1. And they thought they only had to get rid of Mercy . I don't care how many ghosts you've encountered-the fear never goes away. I watched the bolt slide and felt myself shiver. A feeling of panic rose in my gut and had to be fought down. It was surreal, like a bad dream, watching that bolt scrape itself open.Ellie is hired to come to Treadwell House to remove a ghost. Ellie is joined by her new hire, Stacey and later by a psychic, Jacob. Ellie didn't want either one but her boss said so. They tur [...]

    2. This is the first audiobook ever that my 14-year-old has wanted to listen to with me ; and I say that any book that attracts a reluctant reader is a fantastic book!This was the perfect book to get you in that Halloween spirit, just the perfect amount of creep for me. Ellie was the perfect ghost hunter, and although she and I have very little in common I found her quite relatable; she was a tomboy with a girly side, if that makes any sense? Stacey was fabulous as well, and really just the perfect [...]

    3. I went into this read super leery. Ghosts are one of my most favorite paranormal beings to read about because quite simply, what if?Having read something else by this author in the past and not loving it, I was worried this would turn into another failed read for me and I just didn't want that. I wanted something fun and creepy. Different and lovable. I guess you could say, I wanted a lot but was expecting very little.With a setting set in Georgia and ghosts galore, I opened this with trepidatio [...]

    4. This was a good ol' creepy ghost haunting that I devoured in one night. Ellie and her sidekick Stacey were well written and easy to like. Not once did I check to see how far along I was and for me that is saying something:) On a side note: Ellie is totally misrepresented on the cover. She wouldn't be caught dead in that mistress of the boardroom get up. She wears a leather jacket(helps protect from ghost stabbings) and pants!! She explicitly states she doesn't do girly. Silly silly cover!

    5. 3.5First, I have no idea who the girl on the cover is. That is not the main character! Second, the blurb or the first part of it, at least - I do hope they mean the original Ghostbusters since that one was, you know, entertaining.I always give a break to a book that opens a series. This one didn't really need too much of it anyway. It is written in the first person narrative, but Ellie Jordan has an apprentice of sorts. They are apart only a couple of pages in the book.Since this is the beginnin [...]

    6. First off (and really my only criticism of this book): Why’s it gotta have a girl in a sexy pose on the cover? I actually overlooked this book several times because of that ridiculously cliche cover. Please don’t be fooled by it. The story inside is actually much better than that sad excuse for a typical eye-candy piece would lead you to believe.I read this book immediately after reading Matheson’s Hell House. Its interesting, because in a lot of ways the two books were opposite sides of t [...]

    7. Well now, color me impressed.I read The Haunted E-book by JL Bryan years ago and liked it. I don’t even know if that book is available anymore since I don’t see it on . Anyway, I’ve collected four other books by him over the years, but never got around to reading them. You guessed it, Ghost Trapper is one of them! I’ve heard over and over how good this series is, and finally, I got the urge to jump in.I’m not sure why, but I had it in my head that this was more YA and would have angsty [...]

    8. Ellie Jordan is a ghost trapper and her and Stacey are called on to investigate a mansion haunting by the owners. Thinking it is nothing more than residual haunting, Ellie and Stacy are taken for a spin when they discover that the mansion has many layers and each one is more sinister than the first. Now they are facing something truly evil and must rely on each other if they want to survive catching this thing. "Naturally, zipping out to a dark, long-abandoned loony bin on a likely wild goose ch [...]

    9. Not exactly what I was expecting (much spookier) but a good read. Ellie helps remove ghosts from homes they are haunting and has all the necessary ghost busting tools and a new apprentice - Stacey. This new case doesn't seem to be too bad, just a female ghost who says "leave". Of course, nothing is ever simple.It was interesting to learn about the history of the residence and the people who had been there. Ellie is really more like a genealogy detective as she needs to research people and places [...]

    10. I have had this book downloaded for a while, but the cover illustration always made me think it was just another YA Buffy type book. I was pleasantly surprised when I finally got round to reading it. It is well thought out and well written, and given the subject matter the characters are quite believable. There is even a plausible explanation as to why Ellie decided to become a ghost trapper. Ellie Jordan is working for Eckhardt Investigations, as part investigator and part ghost buster. She fin [...]

    11. 3.5 stars(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to author J.L. Bryan, and Megg Jensen.)This was a creepy ghost story, and it reminded me a bit of the TV show ‘Supernatural’.I liked the characters in this book, I did think Ellie was maybe a little crazy for wanting to hunt down ghosts for a living, but once she explained why she did it, it seemed more noble than nuts! Stacey was certainly enthusiastic, and Jacob the psychic seemed fairly gen [...]

    12. Fun! I really enjoyed this book. Sometimes you just need a good Ghost Story. Despite the cover (Which looks like this would be a tween book) and the Title (again, tweeny sounding) the book was decidedly not juvenile. No, it is no John Saul or early Dean Koontz kinda of creepy but it was creepy enough. I loved both Stacy and Ellie and the ghost was sufficiently spooky. This book had everything a good ghost tale has * Old House that no one lives in long - CHECK!* Wife and Child who see the ghost, [...]

    13. If you want a ghost story that isn't cheesy and will actually make you a bit jumpy in the night after reading, this would be it! At least for me, and i'm not the jumpy kind. I mean the Exorcist didn't even scare me, seriously.The ghosts in this book are pure evil. Trust me when I say this is not a pathetic attempt of the author's to make this novel seem scary, it is, actually it's terrifying, it's truly disturbing.I think I will be a new fan of J.L Bryan's books, I can't wait to check out the ot [...]

    14. Four stars: A creepy, realistic ghostly tale.Ellie and Stacey arrive at the old mansion. Ellie and Stacey are ghosts hunters and they have been called out to investigate a haunting by the new owners. At first, Ellie believes it to be a relatively simple case of a ghostly haunting, but she soon finds out that there are far more sinister and foul things residing in the house. With Stacey's help, Ellie intends to flush out the ghosts once and for all, but little does she know, she is up against a p [...]

    15. This book certainly brought spooky and creepy new meaning I enjoyed this book immensely, and found myself definitely needing to keep the lights on while I indulged in this ghostly mystery The mix of historical and paranormal facts along with some intense action sequences kept my attention engaged and my emotions on edge Ellie Jordan is a unique and interesting character with her hard edges, soft heart, and intelligent mind She leads a ragtag paranormal investigative team into the heart of a cent [...]

    16. Well, that was a totally enjoyable read :)This book follows Ellie, a ghost trapper.Her boss just hired a new girl to the company and Ellie is in charge of training her.They work the case of a haunted house, bought by a couple who are renovating it to be a hotel, but the wife and the couples daughter experience a lot of weird thingsThis story was well written, a little dark and just spooky/creepy enough. The final backstory got just sordid enough for my taste, I like a bit of weirdness this time [...]

    17. Ellie Jordan's job is to identify and remove unwanted ghosts. Part detective, part paranormal exterminator, Ellie operates out of Savannah, Georgia, the most haunted city in the United States. 3.5 stars. This is the first book in the Ellie Jordan series and I enjoyed reading this. It was a quick read that was rather creepy; lots of ghosts, and while the ghosts were creepy, the book didn't creep me out as much as I was expecting. I would say this was like Ghost Hunters with maybe a little Ghostbu [...]

    18. A nice creepy ghost story with detective work tossed in for good measure. Ellie Jordan is a ghost trapper, the head field operative in a team that works at removing unwanted ghosts from homes when they refuse to move on. In this, the first of the series, the reader is introduced to Ellie and the "newbies" on her teama young enthusiastic videographer and a psychic. All of the characters are fun and engaging, as is the work they do. I will definitely check out more in this series.

    19. Quite enjoyable. Ending was a nice touch. Well worth the FREE Kindle version :D1/10/16 free for Kindle, $2.99 to add Audible

    20. Ellie Jordan's job is to identify and remove unwanted ghosts. Part detective, part paranormal exterminator, Ellie operates out of Savannah, Georgia, the most haunted city in the United States. A family contacts her boss a out a spirit haunting the mansion they just bought and are renovating to become a bed and breakfast. The female ghost is especially frightening their young daughter and even the wife, but the father is in denial. Ellie and assistant Stacey. Both eventually get the ghost, Mercy [...]

    21. I recognized a lot of the locations from my time in Savannah. I love that my college was mentioned several times. Ellie and Stacey are amazing characters and I hope to read more from this series to get to know them better.

    22. The first thing I noticed about this book was the story takes place in Georgia. It’s supposed to be one of the most haunted cities in the south, steeped in dark stories. It’s the perfect setting.You’ve read the blurb so you know this is about a haunted house. So I’m going to introduce you to the ghost trappers from Eckhart Investigations instead of telling you what you already know.Retired Homicide Detective Calvin Eckhart is the owner and boss man. He needed something to do with all of [...]

    23. Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper by J L Bryan is an eerie tale that had me laughing and cringing as Ellie and Stacey investigate a haunted mansion. It made me think of the movie, The Ghostbusters and the TV show, Ghost Hunters. There are plenty of screams and chills that you will not want to miss.Ellie had trained her whole life to be a ghost trapper. Now she is a senior investigator for Eckhart Investigations. She has a degree in psychology that comes in handy when assessing the legitimacy of her cl [...]

    24. Hooray for awesome ghost stories. I feel like I’m on a roll finding all these awesome reads for my favorite holiday, Halloween.Plot: If you love Ghost Hunters (the tv show) then you will love this story. I honestly felt like I was in a mix of Ghost Hunters and Paranormal Witness. These are shows I like to binge watch on Netflix. This story follows Ellie who traps ghost for a living. She visits this really haunted house to only discover that is dealing with something a lot darker than what she [...]

    25. Hee! This one was fun! Ghosties, ghoulies, smart women, and plenty of danger had me hooked from page one. Ellie knows her stuff and she knows when she needs to ask for help.(Admittedly, that last part took a little nudging, but she did ask. Eventually.)I should probably mention that I love ghost stories. These particular ghosts totally hit the spot. The story behind how the house became haunted worked for me. The story behind why Ellie became a ghost trapper worked for me. Heck, Ellie's friendsh [...]

    26. Being a paranormal investigator, I found this to be a fairly good read. Most of what was written is true, ghost behaviors.but one thing a paranormal investigator would never ever do is to "release" an entity on someone. Fun read overall!

    27. JL Bryan at his best. I love this first foray into a new series. I can't wait to gobble up the rest.

    28. A creepy ghost story and interesting characters, butSo this one isn't that long, but it took me quite a bit to get through it. I read a few pages yesterday, and then the rest today whenever I felt like reading. Why I was struggling with reading this? Well, the story just was so slow, and then there were all sorts of things just magically happening which just felt to me like someone didn't want the story to end and just made up all sorts of things to make the story longer. And another reason was [...]

    29. Confession: the most I usually hope for from Kindle freebies is that they aren't terrible and/or don't grate on my nerves. This one went so far above and beyond my hopes, I had to double-check to make sure it was a freebie. It was so good that I immediately scoped out the rest of the series on and will gladly purchase the other books! If you, like me, love ghost stories, I highly recommend this one.

    30. Originally was going to give it a 2 stars but I increased it to 3 after that endingThe Bad:The dialogue felt artificial and corny at times, the MC had very short stilted lines. I get that the author was trying to make her assertive and blunt but it just came out odd to me.The relationship between Stacey and the MC was okay, I felt like it could have been better. Stacey herself is a cool character but I felt like the two of them were kind of just hanging onto each other and not really interacting [...]

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