Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Review: ABIGAIL’S CURSE by J.B. Cantwell

Nice illustration on the cover!

Is a house haunted? That’s exactly what a 6th grade ghost seer was trying NOT to prove.

Zander was a parallel, just like his father and his father’s father. Most of the time, he saw friendly ghosts. But then Abigail Stone came into town.

Upon first seeing Abigail, Zander spots a nasty (mean ghost) right behind her. Of course, he sprung into action and banished it with his magical amulet. But how could nasties be attached to Abigail? Was she a parallel, too? Only instead of banishing them with Zander, she lets them attack him. What’s the deal with that? And doesn’t Abigail bathe, wash her face, or comb her hair? Disgusting.

Zander soon finds that Abigail is a medium—someone that could open portals to the spirit world. Can he stop her before she wrecks havoc on the world?

This was a fun, ghostly read!

My rating: 4 stars

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