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Ghost Finders
2 : Ghost of A Smile

by Simon R. Green
Dec 1, 2014
5 Hours
Ages 18+
The Ghost Finders answer a distress call from the private research center of one of the biggest drug companies in the world, where a team of police enforcement agents have vanished.

They have no idea what they're facing—except a deadline that threatens to remove the entire building from existence if they fail to get to the bottom of the mystery.

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Director & Cast

Director Scott McCormick
Starring Nanette Savard, Matthew Keenan, Scott McCormick, Colleen Delany, Kimberly Gilbert, Ken Jackson, Doug Brown, Nora Achrati, Thomas Keegan, Steven Carpenter, Bradley Smith, Elizabeth Jernigan, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Yasmin Tuazon and Michael John Casey
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Scott McCormick
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Additional Original Music Justin Wortz
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Just when you think it's over... by Zack (Posted on 2/28/2019)
As in the first title in the Ghost Finders series, Simon R. Green’s odd sense of humor is on full display here. As you’d expect in any halfway decent series, you get some further character development in this second entry. Parts of the story can seem repetitive if you started with the first book, but it’s not a huge problem. I expect those parts are present to make it easier for a person to jump into the series if they’ve started from somewhere other than the beginning.

As should be the case with a story like this, the acting is wonderfully over-the-top but without going so far as to be annoying. Sound design and music are great as ever and add to the excitement of the story.
Ghost Finders by Jeremy (Posted on 9/19/2018)
Great book. Happy is hilarious and the stories keep your attention.
When you think it's over the trouble realy hits the ghostfinders by Alexander (Posted on 8/5/2017)
The treat is something so great that you ask yourself how the team will cope. But the real danger comes when you think the cleanup is starting. Really like the series and this is my 2e favorite.
The Team That Bumps Back!!! by Stevan (Posted on 6/28/2016)
The whole series is campy and fun. The foley is really great as are most of the productions from Graphic Audio. If you are like me then when you read you hear your own voice narrating the text. Graphic Audio gives you a break from the monotony of being your own book on tape! Ghost Finders is a good place to start if you decided to pick up a copy on a whim. The characters fill their roles nicely and the series timeline is long enough to not feel like a serial or a soap opera. After you get your feet wet you should try getting in up to your waist and check out another production called "The Clockwork Century". It is very good too. Well that's about it for me. I hope I helped. See you around the old bookstore as it were! Happy Listening!
Stevan Robinson
good by douglas (Posted on 5/24/2016)
this book was verry good
keep it coming by Charles (Posted on 4/9/2016)
Okay to tell the truth the first story was good but I didn't know if I would get another one but I did and was very pleased that I did, keep it coming.
A bit disconnected in the story... by Eric (Posted on 1/1/2016)
I found the opening story much more interesting than the "big story" that turned into the whole New People thing. Personally, I think too many authors look for a big, all consuming, evil to defeat, rather than telling an interesting, smaller, tale. I could see a lot of interesting ghost hunts that don't involve the end of the universe, or consumption of all that is good....or even all powerful beings and gods.

A bit more development on the characters' interactions with one another would make big bang endings much less important.

I could have shot the author for the way the title was worked into the narration. And, the opening five minutes (along with some other sections) were clearly a lot of reused text...and by that, I mean almost identical to passages in the previous book. I'm sure that it's tough to crank out a series without some recap and reuse of story. But, I had to check and make sure that I had actually put in the 2nd book and not the first.

Nevertheless, I did enjoy the listen. But, the series does not match up to some of the more clever GA titles.
GHOST FINDERS 2 : Ghost of A Smile by Betsy (Posted on 9/29/2015)
More Intensity and Horror at Every Turn by Bowen (Posted on 7/25/2015)
An incredible second edition to the series that pushes the limits of the supernatural to a new level. I love the authors style and the emotion the characters potray. This series is a must for anyone who's a fan of the supernatural.
not the best but... by Amber (Posted on 5/30/2015)
It was slow in some parts... Some scenes didn't make sense as to why they were placed in the story. Not too bad but I think the ideal of "new people" could have been expanded upon more.
Review by K (Posted on 2/18/2015)
This was a great G.A. Even though I own the book I still sat in my car in the driveway for a whole hour just to listen to the end of the story.
Ghost Finder 2: Ghost of A Smile by Anthony (Posted on 12/19/2014)
As always GA have done another great job, this second book is much better. Look forward to others in the near future.
Awesome Sci Fi by Shannon (Posted on 12/13/2014)
If your looking for a Sci Fi series about ghosts, demons, devils and all that other spooky stuff but your sick of the usual kiddy-based ghost adventure series, you've come to the right series. This is definitely an adults only paranormal sci fi series. Its just awesome and I don't want to give anything away so please just buy it and listen. You'll know I wasn't lying. (Warning: Leave the lights on or you'll have nightmares.)
Much better than the first outing by damien (Posted on 11/13/2014)
I enjoyed the first Ghost Finders for it's campy factor, however I felt it was a little heavy on the "love conquers all" angle and that the characters were not as fleshed out as the could have been. The second outing for the team improves greatly on both of those issues and I enjoyed this title quite a bit. The story was unique and interesting and didn't fall into as many cliches as the first. Overall I would recommend this title for anyone looking for a light comedy/horror jaunt and hope that the next book continues the process of improvement.

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