Out of Body by Christopher John Chater

Out of Body by Christopher John Chater
Publisher: Chater Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (220 pages)
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Lavender

Harley Baker’s obsession with the afterlife leads him to experiment with astral projection, but when he doesn’t take the necessary precautions before an OBE, he comes back to find that a demon has taken over his body. While in spirit form, Harley watches the impostor romance the girl he’s crushing on, ace his college exams, and impress his best friend with opportunities for wealth beyond his wildest dreams. Not only does Harley have to figure out how to get his body back before he’s trapped in the astral plane forever, but he has to stop the demon from a plan that will veil the world in darkness and enslave the human race.

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The supporting characters are well-drawn. Stephanie, Harley’s love, and Darren, his best friend, are integral to the plot. Harley’s hippy astral friend, Willy, is both wise and funny.

Harley watches as a demon, Horace, takes over his body and does strange and alarming things. He could lose his body forever and be stuck on the astral plane, so there’s a ticking clock.

There are gross moments and funny moments, many unexpected events throughout this wild ride. The suspense increases when there’s talk of a prophesy. Some evil-doers intend on doing major damage, and only Harley even remotely knows how to stop them, but he is not equipped to do so. He must use ingenuity and shows sensitivity when dealing with other characters who can help. The mystical aspects of the book are done creatively and are entertaining as well as thought-provoking. The astral plane is easy to visualize due to the author’s plain-speaking and vivid use of language. The descriptions of that world are detailed. Some of the dialogue could inspire one to crack a smile. In the end, Harley has a unique problem and will need some fancy, unusual maneuvering to save his friends and himself. I have to admit, there’s no sex in the book, but there are graphic details of a man doing self-gratification, solo intimacy. So be warned.

This is a real page turner, but the events at the end of the story have me sincerely hoping there is a sequel coming out for this book. It’s a supernatural adventure and quite enjoyable.