THE HAUNTED book review

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The Haunted

Hendricks and her family have moved to a small town in New York to get away from a troubling situation.  While trying to find her place in a new high school she begins to learn some town secrets. Most of the secrets lie around her family’s new home.  There are ghosts in the past and in the present and Hendricks must learn how to fight them all.

This ghost had longer, darker hair and a wicked grin.  The word loser had been carved just below his neck, and blood dripped over his chest, gathering in the folds of his tattered clothes.

I decided to read this book after getting a recommendation for a spooky read from Penguin Teen Publisher (@penguinteen).  I am glad I did. This was a great book to get started into the pre-Halloween festivity. The ability for the author to describe in detail the scary scenes made you feel like you were part of the action.  I was able to visually imagine what the characters were going through like it was a movie. I believe I was right there beside Hendricks during the whole ordeal, maybe not helping, but there non the less. Then came the end and I was not expecting the twist, even as an adult reader.  This made the book even more worthy of my high praise. I recommend this book to those of all ages who are ready to get involved in a story that will take you on a wild ride.

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I love reading and enjoy spending time with my husband & kids. The four legged kind, my house is full with 4 dogs and 5 cats ❤️. There’s more to me, but let’s save that for the obituary.

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