When Josh is forced to spend a summer with his eccentric aunt, he thinks it will be the most boring summer ever. Instead, he finds himself talking to a ghost from one hundred years ago! In order for the ghost to finally be at peace, it needs some help, and Josh reluctantly agrees to assist. But Josh needs to dig in the old cemetery, and when he does, he finds much more than he bargained for.
©2005 Peg Kehret. All rights reserved (P)2011 AudioGo
My 12-year-old son got this book from his local library for a school assignment. I bought the audiobook for him when he forgot to bring his textbook home. He's been reading the textbook, so I decided to listen to the audiobook. Overall the story is interesting and younger readers or listeners may enjoy it more then I did. I didn't joy the book but it's nothing that I will listen to twice. I would prefer a deeper plot and a more in-depth story line, but I'm an adult and four children ages 8 to 12 or 13 it would be fine.
Yes, I have. Listened to it twice so far, will listen again.
There is an excellent twist to the story centered around a grave, which you don't see coming.
He has a very listenable voice
No not really
Want the rest of the family to listen to it now.
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