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 Chase J.Jackson 


5 Stars. “As soon as I read the description for this book I was intrigued, the cover drew me in and I wanted to know more. I read the book in one sitting taking just a few hours and I loved it. The book follows a young Teacher who has moved to work at a new school, staying in a house left to him by his grandmother who has passed away. It does have a few bump in the night moments and reminds me quite a bit of almost the Sixth Sense and the Craft in the way the story moves, I really enjoyed it.”

                                                                                                               ~Donna Maguire for NetGalley

5 Stars. “WOW! I know people say, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Blah. I do it all the time, and this cover did not disapoint! What I didn’t realize was just how creeped out I was going to get. PLEASE READ THIS WITH THE LIGHTS ON!!!! Unless you are a horror junkie, in which case turn out the lights and get ready for a serious scare! I’m not a horror junkie but I am very glad I picked this book. The characters have a very real voice, you tend to feel as though you are a part of the story. Have fun Screaming at the book while you read it!”

                                                                                                       ~Annabelle Garcia for Blame it on the Books

​​4 stars. "I was not sure what to expect from this book since I have not read any by this Author, but I was pleasantly surprised. I read half the book in one sitting and then the other half in another. The suspense of this book kept me wanting to know what was going on and how it would end. Very well written and this story does not drag out forever like some books I have read.

Adrian is a young man that has finished Grad school and accepts a job at one of the prestigious schools in his hometown. Adrian is excited about his new job and wants to make a good impression on the students that he comes in contact with.

Adrian has no idea that an ex-girlfriend of his has a secret that she kept from him that will come back to haunt him in this job like no one ever expected. I kept thinking I had it all figured out, but no, I never did until it was all explained in the very end.

The events that take place in this book are no different than what some people say that spirits do, but when they follow Adrian to the school, that is a whole different ballgame. I love the way that Chase kept you guessing and wondering how it was all going to end!!"


                                                                                                                      -Melanie Hutchinson for Goodreads


"This is good, this is really good. Its been a long time since a book kept me up past 1am. I just had to know what happens next. The pacing is perfect and the characters are really well written. I highly recommend this book, if you are looking to get lost for a few days in a great story then this is the book."


                                                                                                                       -Marsha Osborne for NetGalley


​5 stars. “This book was very well written. It was very intriguing, and I never wanted to put the book down! I just couldn’t stop reading. The author used very descriptive writing which kept me reading more. His writing really sparked my curiosity. This was the first book I’ve read in a while that involves paranormal experiences, and I am glad I chose to read this book. I will definitely recommend this book to others.”

          

                                                                                                                         -Makayla Owen for Polyvore


​Chase J. Jackson takes us on a ride into the paranormal in this new YA thriller, ‘Whispers in the Dark.’ Adrian Ramirez has just landed the job of a lifetime as a teacher at the prestigious Finely Academy in rural Newnan, Georgia. Adrian and his girlfriend, Lea, have moved back to his hometown and are living in the old, musty home that he grew up in. A home left to him by his late grandmother. Lea is not happy living in the large, empty home, and she swears that she hears footsteps and voices, yet she can find no one or nothing. Adrian shrugs it off as the ‘settling of the old home.’

As he starts his new job, it is anything but ideal. On his first day, he meets his students, all who appear to be typical teenagers—except for two: a set of identical female twins. Both of whom are a bit Goth in appearance, and both who change the dynamic of the class. What follows is a gripping novel of the supernatural and paranormal. Terrifying instances begin to occur that seem to have no explanation, yet always seem to involve one or both of the twins. With ‘Whispers in the Dark,’ Jackson not only weaves a story that will keep you up late into the night, but more importantly, he reminds us that our pasts will always resurface and come back to haunt us.”

                                                                                                                             ~Shannon Raab (Media Professional) for NetGalley