We were so far away from civilization that howling banshees with machine guns could’ve murdered us and nobody would’ve heard a thing.
Letting Kori Henderson drive me anywhere was mistake enough. That girl’s bradis were done so tight it messed with her brain. Letting her drive me to a spot of serious paranormal activity was pure stupidity.
Ghostsitter Book Summary
Tiffany Hart dreams of one thing, to be class president. But dreams turn to nightmares when she ends up almost dead in an abandoned slaughterhouse and develops the gift of ghost-seeing. Unfortunately, she only knows one person who can help her shake her ghoulish problem, her neighbor and the weirdest boy at school, Justin Henderson. Justin has been seeing spirits since he was nine, a creepy claim that has earned him the privilege of eating lunch by himself for years. Together they start to unravel a mystery with dead orphans, a white witch, and phantom spiders. To save their lives (and afterlives of innocent children) they must face a terrifying specter and a ghastly woman who isn’t afraid of hurting kids, dead or alive. ~Future House Publishing
Ghostsitter Book Review
From the opening lines, Shelly Brown pulls you into the exciting paranormal mystery, Ghostsitter. This book has everything a tween or teen is looking for…mystery, intrigue, teen angst, parental woes and even a little teen romance. Young Tiffany, the reluctant heroine, just wants to be the most popular girl at school, normal, right? Unfortunately, fate has other plans and her life drastically changes when she discovers another world of ghosts and an intriguing mystery. Written in the first person, the author switches characters in each paragraph, so you always know what the main characters are thinking. The mystery is a little creepy, but not too much for a young middle-grader. I enjoyed this middle-grade mystery book immensely and am recommending it to my tween daughters. And, I’m hoping there’s a sequel soon.
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