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Cabin: One Tale of a Ghost Story Mathew James

Cabin: One Tale of a Ghost Story

Mathew James

Published May 15th 2014
ISBN : 9781499539929
Paperback
686 pages
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What unusual things happen when two young men are forced by circumstance to take a summer job in the great outdoors? ...Nothing usually, unless one of them happens to be assigned to cabin 47. Welcome to Camp Elkhorn in beautiful Rocky MountainMoreWhat unusual things happen when two young men are forced by circumstance to take a summer job in the great outdoors? ...Nothing usually, unless one of them happens to be assigned to cabin 47. Welcome to Camp Elkhorn in beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Ryan Stillwater took the job to avoid jail time and to get his father off his back. Dillon Primrose had a hefty inheritance on the line. Their girlfriends, Rachel and Jenny, were simply along for the ride. On the surface, CabiN: One Tale of a Ghost Story is a tale of survival as a group of young adults struggle to adapt to a new way of life as they make new friends and learn the value of a hard days work, but there are deeper life lessons to be learned. In a world where cell phones fail to work, where there are no video games or computers or televisions, people turn to each other. As they move from city life to living in the mountains, their lives are transformed overnight. Ghost stories take the place of beer parties as the young staff members gather around campfires to entertain each other. Life in the Rockies can be simple. Unless, of course, there are ghosts involved. Not long after arriving in Camp Elkhorn, the gang finds their new lives becoming complicated instead. They find themselves cast into the middle of one of their own ghost stories, and with the manifestation of some very unsavory ghosts, come many life changing questions: Are ghosts real? Or just our imaginations going crazy? How do you keep lights from turning on by themselves? Is there really such a thing as a ghost psychologist? Do ghosts have sex? Can they, even? How hard would it be to get a dead prospector to reveal where he hid his gold? And most importantly: How do you keep a seriously twisted ghost from hitting on your girlfriend?