Category Archives: ghosts

Review: ghostgirl by Tonya Hurley

Charlotte Usher is friendless. She wants to be noticed, but her classmates, including handsome, popular Damen Dylan, don’t know she’s alive. And then she chokes to death. Charlotte has unfinished business, though, and she ends up in Dead Ed with … Continue reading

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Review: A Drowned Maiden’s Hair: A Melodrama by Laura Amy Schlitz

Candlewick Press,2006 ISBN:  0763629308 Available: New Maud Flynn is a troublemaking, unattractive, orphan: the girl most unlikely to be adopted. However, she is the perfect choice for Hyacinth Hawthorne and her elderly sisters. The charismatic Hyacinth convinces Maud to play … Continue reading

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Review: Break My Heart 1,000 Times by Daniel Waters

Hyperion 2012 ISBN: 978-1-4231-2198-5 Available: Hardcover, Paperback, Kindle The sight of ghosts has become commonplace to Veronica and her friends since the “Event”. Ghosts are everywhere–walking about in classrooms, standing on street corners, going to the mailbox, and even reading … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie and Alyssa Sheinmel

From ML’s Circulation Desk Weinstein Books, 2015 ISBN-10: 1602862729 ISBN-13: 978-1602862722   Sunshine and her mother have left the comfort and warmth of Texas for the damp and chilly world of Washington State, a beautiful if isolated place.  She and her mom have … Continue reading

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Review: The Intruders by E.E. Richardson

In the Intruders Richardson whips up a great pure ghost story. Joel, his sister Cassie and their mother move into a house with his mother’s new fiancé Gerald and his two sons. In addtion to coping with the resentment of … Continue reading

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Review: Skeleton Man by Joseph Bruchac

Joseph Bruchac retells a tale from the Mohawk Indians about a man who was so hungry he ate his own flesh, leaving nothing but a skeleton, and then ate the rest of his family with the exception of a young … Continue reading

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Review: The Hollow: Mischief by Christopher Golden and Ford Lytle Gilmore

Third in the series, the continuing saga of siblings Aimee and Shane Lancaster, descendants of Ichabod Crane, who is responsible for the many demons, spirits, and creatures that haunt Sleepy Hollow.  Aimee and Shane feel a duty to track down … Continue reading

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Review: The Hollow: Drowned by Christopher Golden and Ford Lytle Gilmore

 Shane Lancaster and his sister Aimee are descendants of Ichabod Crane, the fellow in the Sleepy Hollow story who had a run in with the headless horseman.  When they move to Sleepy Hollow from Boston their presence unleashes supernatural forces … Continue reading

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Review: The Hollow: Horseman by Christopher Golden and Ford Lytle Gilmore

Shane and Aimee Lancaster have moved to the town of Sleepy Hollow with their father.  When they arrive strange events start to occur. To make matters worse, there is the headless horseman who is taking the heads of the residents … Continue reading

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