It was a good book. I remember the tensions being higher when i first read it in the 5th grade which is understandable. I think for early young readers its great to merge into that young adult genre. Not quite kids books not quite adult books. It was a good story i like supernatural books a lot, but the twists came too far to the end and felt a little rushed.
Here is a collage of various scenes around my house. The only exception is the lower right corner picture. That was taken on the Blue Ridge Parkway which runs through Asheville. I live on the west side and it is kind of rural. So not much neighborhood to look at. Just my pasture.
An interesting read about a haunted house in Brooklyn in the 80s. Elaine, a registered nurse, along with her two daughters start expiring weird phenomena. The feeling of being watched, different smells, light orbs, shadows, amorphous shapes, laughter, whispers, etc. I won't give too much detail but she claims all of it is true. A quick and interesting read.
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🌻 Break the Bodies, Haunt the Bones (tagged)
🌻 Old Bones by Preston and Child
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Loved the art in this one more than the slightly spooky, supernatural coming of age story. Anya struggles at school with her lack of friends, immigrant background, and body image issues. So when she meets a friendly ghost, things start to look up. But it turns out her ghost is less Casper and more sinister. 👻💀☠️