Aiya Napa, September 2015
Orsk (a fictionalised IKEA) is having ghost problems. Amy, an employee, is busily avoiding Basil the manager who then invites her and another employee to patrol the shop that evening. Cue two other characters who call themselves ghost-hunters and then enjoy the crazy hours of hauntings as the characters try to survive the night at Orsk.
I liked the way the story moved quickly and how the characters’ individual stories were built. The horror wasn’t very scary and the book was better for the novel idea. The ending was left open for a sequel which was annoying. The ghost-hunters disappear for the majority of the story. It was good but felt that story deserved an ending before the author picked up with the opening of a new store, likely Baby Town.