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4.0 out of 5 starsGreat comeback
Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2014
This book seemed to me to be an improvement over The Ninth Key, the second of the series. The plot made much more sense, the ending didn’t feel rushed, and we finally meet Gina, Suze’s best friend from New York that she brings up so much. A major positive for me is that Suze is only interested in Jesse in this book, instead of salivating over any boy that comes near her as she did in the last two books. I was also pleased that, for the first time, she looked at things from the perspective of the ghosts, rather than just trying to get rid of them without hearing their side of the story. Without giving too much away, this story made me think a little about justice. Suze has a choice to make in the end – while all the characters in question have acted terribly, she must decide who and how they will punished for their crimes.
5.0 out of 5 starsBirthday gift for grand daughter,
Reviewed in the United States on June 15, 2013
This was a birthday gift for my grand daughter who loves reading paranormal. For Christmas and her birthday she always ask for books. She has not read the book yet but is very familar with both the author and this series. She is an avid reader now that school is over she will start her summer reading,,,.. .