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Something Haunted

A Tale of the Zodiac Cusp Kids, Book 2
Narrated by: Linda Jones
Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins
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The summer of 1983 is over. After weeks of healing from their adventure and some specialized training from Mr. Rakow, Angie, Jenny, and David are feeling prepared for the horrors junior high will inevitably bring. The final weekend of vacation, a bizarre tornado tears through Lincoln, upending gravestones and depositing supernatural debris on the school grounds. The gang has their hands full with the demands of starting a new school year on top of trying to figure out the otherworldly mystery, and their friendship begins to feel the strain. But the malevolent ghost haunting the school is ramping up its attacks on students, and the kids are going to have to get it together in time to save their school. 

Something Haunted is the second of seven stories drawn from Angie's diaries. Kept safely hidden for decades, they tell how the kids spent their teenage years - working with their mentor, Mr. Rakow, and Jenny's mom, Lorraine, who dabbles in witchcraft, to uncover their power and battle the forces of darkness that menace their hometown.

©2018 Sarah Dale (P)2019 Burning Willow Press, LLC

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  • Helen
  • 10-21-19

great book

The summer of 1983 is over. After weeks of healing from their adventure and some specialized training
enjoyed this book from the start