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It's taken a long time for me to feel like a normal teenager. But now that I'm settled in a new school, where people know me as more than Charlotte Silver of the infamous Silver family paranormal investigators, it feels like everything is falling into place. And what better way to be normal than to go on a date with a popular football star like Harris Abbott? After all, it's not as if Noah is anything more than a friend....

But my new life takes a disturbing turn when Harris brings me to a party and we play a game called One Hundred Candles. It seems like harmless, ghostly fun. Until spirits unleashed by the game start showing up at school. Now my friends and family are in very real danger, and the door that I've opened into another realm may yield deadly consequences.

©2011 Mara Purnhagen (P)2012 Mara Purnhagen

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I thought this was a decent story, but it was ruined by the narrator and/or producers. The narration sounded like one run on sentence. There were several points where words were repeated. If you can get past that, the story was worth the listen.

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  • Ruth
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  • 09-28-14

Not the gratest narration

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The story itself was quite entertaining, but the narration seems awfully rushed and the editing is even worse. Plus there is an annoying hum in the background.

What did you like best about this story?

The main characters seemed like regular teenagers with real problems.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Erin Farris?

I listened to the first book in the same series and that was quality work