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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Ghost Hunter Z is a work of fiction in the paranormal, suspense, and thriller sub-genres, and was penned by author D. A. Schneider. Set in the late nineteenth century in London, we meet the mysterious outsider Z, an American who flees the horrors of his past, only to find that his unique skills are required in his new life when he is commissioned by Scotland Yard. Using his abilities to see and hunt ghosts, Z faces new challenges when the King of Demons is summoned in a torrent of blood. So begins a new case to crack, but will Z’s hunt for killers lead him down the same avenues as the hauntings of his past?
Author D. A. Schneider has crafted a spellbinding paranormal thriller which also layers in horror, mystery, and action elements for a fully rounded story. I really enjoyed the setting of Victorian London, which was filled with dark avenues and unique characterization, and thus added a lot of atmosphere and dread to the scenes. Z is a really interesting character and it’s clear that the author put a lot of development into his psyche, particularly the trauma of his past and those things which haunt him way more than the ghosts he sees every day. I also thought the fantasy/steampunk style elements of the work enhanced the action for a modern audience, ramping up the danger at every chapter. Overall, I would definitely recommend Ghost Hunter Z for fans of dynamic, stylish, and genuinely chilling thriller works that leap off the page.