Loved it. I read it in less than two days, which is so, so fast for me. I stayed up until 4:30 in the morning reading last night. I had to know what happened. Briefly, the story takes place in 1973. The narrator remembers back to a summer job he had while on break from college. He takes a job at an amusement park (Joyland) and the fun begins. There's the ghost of a young woman who was murdered by a serial killer four years earlier. But is there really a ghost? And who is the killer? And how do a little boy with muscular dystophy and his hot mom figure into the tale? It all weaves together perfectly. That's all I'll say.
Here goes . . .
I write novels. I've written screenplays, short stories, newsletters, business communications and articles. I'm not great at thank you notes. My sister is, but she doesn't know it. I'm not much for blogging. Don't have something to say worth reading everyday. But this is a blog and we'll see what turns up.