If you could speak to the dead, anyone at all, who would it be? When Jeni Taylor asked this question, Shada Emery figured it was a joke. After all, no one can speak to the dead ... not really. So both she and Willow Cosgrove joined in the fun, naming their favorite dead celebrities. And then, there was Ember Cole. Enduring more tragedy than any fourteen-year-old should have to bear, all Ember wants is one more talk with her Grandpa Normie, whose death a year ago started it all. So when Jeni suggests a camping trip into the dense woods of northwestern Wisconsin, in order to hold a seance where they are sure not to be disturbed, Shada and Willow put off their misgivings and agree for the sake of their friend. Ember hopes to find the answers she seeks among the dead. Unfortunately for these four girls, sometimes the dead have their own agenda.
What disappointed you about Shada?
the narrator had no life or emotion to the story. Dry boring read
Has Shada turned you off from other books in this genre?
How could the performance have been better?
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Wish i could get a refund