Chasing Ghosts is a spectacular combination of a slow-burn mystery and modern ghost story, all wrapped up in haunting scenery and dynamic characters. As someone who loves shows such as Ghost Hunters, I was drawn in by the premise, but stayed for the depth of content. The prose is lovely, with beautiful description and a flare for keeping the reader constantly eager to read more. I always appreciate reading characters that are relatable, and Quentin was just that. I loved him. His quiet, shy, and shuttered demeanor was not only relatable, but a big driver to the plot and his interactions with everyone he came across. I wanted to see Quentin grow out of his comfort zone almost as much as I wanted to follow the ghost story to its surprising end. The relationships are carefully built and realistic, and it's easy to see yourself in more than one of the characters as the story progresses. The mystery itself was masterfully done, with little hints trickled throughout, but never enough to give anything away. This book is perfect for people who love a good, old-fashioned ghost story and compelling mystery. An adult Scooby-Doo mixed with Ghost Hunters and a splash of drama and unexpected emotion, I couldn't ask for anything better.