Apartment 14F: An Oriental Ghost Story

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Damnation Books, Sep 1, 2009 - Fiction - 27 pages
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When Jerry leaves his old life in London behind and travels to Beijing to take up a teaching position, at first he is enchanted by the brave new world he finds awaiting him. However, things soon take a turn for the worse. Upon his arrival he learns of the mysterious disappearance of his predecessor, and after he moves into his new apartment he is plagued by strange dreams in which he shares the apartment,and his bed, with a ghostly entity. Then things start going bump in the night, and Jerry soon finds himself embroiled in the kind of supernatural drama previously been unthinkable to him. Eventually he is forced into the accepting the realization that something else was waiting for him on the other side of the world, and perhaps even in the next world. His time is quickly running out.
 

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Jerry, newly arrived in China as an English teacher, settles in to his lonely new apartment, unaware that he will soon be drawn into the mystery of what happened to the apartment’s previous tenant ... Read full review

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Section 1
1
Section 2
6
Section 3
14
Section 4
21
Section 5
28
Section 6
37
Section 7
46
Section 8
47
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About the author (2009)

Heather Williams is the pen name for Tui Sutherland, author of several children's books, including "Who Was Harry Houdini?" and the Shakespearean romantic comedy this must be love. She lives in Boston with her dog and her husband. She is very grateful that--unlike Nellie and Laura--she gets to have air-conditioning, TV, and a library around the corner.

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