When it comes to mistakes? I noticed one editing issue, which was Giles labelled as Miles. That's it. But, that's the kind of attention to detail I expect from Cole, who takes such care in their craft.
In the end, Chasing Ghosts went from a story I expected to be mysterious and scary, to a story that captured my heart and made me eager for the next Quentin Strange mystery. The memory with Amy and that final goodbye were touching; the mystery with Joe made me cry; and the flutter of romance with Will gave me hope. All built together to make me love Quentin's quirks and his subtle charm. I went from not liking Kat to being firmly rooted to her character development, and eager to see her succeed.
“If you would like to purchase Chasing Ghosts in paperback,” – Well, don't mind if I do. This is one book I'll be reading again, and a series that I'll be following closely, in the future.
“'Perhaps it's time you give men another go,' she suggested. 'Life's short, and Prince Charming won't sit around waiting until you're ready. He's out there looking for his prince, too. Let's just hope he has bad eyesight, or an equally awful dress sense in your case.'”
“Letting me go doesn't change a thing. I'm already gone and yet I'm still here. All you have to do is light your flame again and you'll see that.”