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Think it's difficult to get into Harvard University? Try Vita Post Mortem Academy, a prestigious high school where John F. Kennedy teaches a class called "American Ghost Stories", Albert Einstein grades science tests, and history's most brilliant and deceased minds make up the rest of the teaching staff. 

Not a problem for Jules Winklevoss, one of the few who can see spirits. Getting into school was a cakewalk, but Jules learns not all spirits are engaging and inspiring teachers. 

Fourteen years ago, Jules's family thwarted an evil spirit's rise to power. Now, the evil spirit wants revenge on all Winklevosses, beginning with Jules. 

As if evil spirit problems aren't enough, add best friend drama, unattainable boy crushes, and homework to the mix, and needless to say, high school is going to be dreadful. 

Jules is determined to protect her family and keep herself alive, even if that means delving into the world of the dead.

©2015 Alana Mag (P)2018 Alana Mag

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Exciting

Throughly enjoyed listening and a great storyline and excellent narrator. Highly recommend it to everyone.

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Great Read!

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Narrated by Timothy Burke

I loved everything about this book! I was pulled into the story from the first page until the last. Jules is a fantastic character and very relatable. The storyline was engaging and entertaining, and full of surprises. A fantastic read and I definitely recommend it!

Timothy really captured each character perfectly and kept me wanting more. I will definitely download and listen to more stories narrated by him!

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captivating

absolutely loved it cannot wait for the next installment I hope there are many more books and I love the reader narrator Timothy Burke

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Hogwarts with ghosts... well, more ghosts

The more I think about it, the more I doubt how to rate this story. I enjoyed it very much and could not stop reading it, but I feel that there are things that do not convince me. For example, Meggy is 13 years old and while Jules mentioned that it has always been like the difference was more, there really are times when it seems that Meggy is 6 years old. This does not affect the story in any case though.

There are also a couple of things that left me somewhat confused, but since it is the beginning of a saga, this does not complicate me too much.

Anyway, for me this is a highly recommended and fast-reading book. Although it might not be a good idea for overly sensitive people, especially going through descriptions of injuries or deaths.

I forgot to mention that I listened to the audiobook of this story. It was harder for me to understand it than other audiobooks I’ve heard, but I quite liked the narrator anyway. However, I still laugh a lot when they try to make voices. In this particular case, the narrator is a man with a deep voice, and Meggy’s voice is “soft.” You really get used to it fast, but it always makes me laugh when I start an audiobook.