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Ghost Frequencies

Narrated by: Seylan Baxter
Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
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Susan MacDonald is desperate. Unless she makes a breakthrough soon, Ashford, the millionaire businessman financing her project, will shut it down and disband her research team. She knows she’s close - that she’s on the verge of proving her theory of Retrocausality, which will enable her to harness quantum mechanics to produce a revolutionary new form of instantaneous communication - but results are proving frustratingly elusive. 

The last thing Susan needs is a team of ghost hunters moving into her base of operations, Ashford Hall - a building with a troubled past. Nor does she need the odd sounds - snatches of random conversation and even music - that are hampering her experiments; but does this interference represent the presence of "ghosts" as some claim, deliberate sabotage as suggested by others, or is there an even more sinister explanation?

©2018 Gary Gibson (P)2019 Gary Gibson

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An quick and interesting tale

I'm a fan of Gibson's novel-length fiction and this has been on my radar for a while. It's an interesting and engrossing story, blending the supernatural with science fiction very well, and with enough questions raised to keep you guessing through to the end. Also a fantastic performance by the narrator, Seylan Baxter.