Author: E.J. Stevens
Publisher: Sacred Oaks Press
Reviewed by: Sabrina
"Let the spirits guide you, but never let them take you."
Spirits of the Dead are coming...
Yuki is about to face an army of lost souls on Samhain, the night of Halloween, when the spirits of the dead roam free. Yuki will need all the help she can get from her friends, but will Calvin be there for her when she needs him the most?
The spirits are coming. Are you prepared?
Samhain is looming menacingly ahead and Yuki might end up crazy by the end of it. Add a psycho werewolf killer on the loose, and you've got a recipe for disaster. While Cal is off searching for the killer, she's researching all she can about warding off spirits. Suddenly, another disaster strikes! Cal's in trouble and Yuki is the only one who can save him. She might get a visit from a certain dung beet-I mean scarab for help-and she needs all the help she can get.
Spirit Storm is a bit less exciting then She Smells the Dead. It picks up in the middle but it slowly descends down again. I liked how the beginning started out. Immediately, a bunch of questions form in your head. Why was she trying to break into a store? Why was she trying to steal something? Why did she seem to be alone? Where is she exactly? What's happening?!?
Yuki is still the awesome, sassy, funny character as she was before. She cares so much for Calvin (of course! Why wouldn't she?). Calvin seemed to hang in the sidelines during some parts. He doesn't seem to do any major action/decision (yet?)
The bickering between Yuki's best friend, Emma, and Calvin's right hand man, Simon, was definitely something worth reading. A small part of me suspected that they might end up together, but then again, maybe not. Simon is too old for her after all.