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Thursday, December 28, 2017

The Girl who Saved Ghosts



“A gripping, magical adventure that propels you back in time to a world you won’t forget.”
Stephanie Robinson, author of The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow


Kat spent the summer in a haunted castle where she traveled through time and helped solved a murder mystery. She didn’t do it alone, Evan was with her and she couldn’t have done it without him. Which wasn’t a surprise once she realized the history behind their families and the ties that bind them together.
Now Kat is back at McTernan Academy for her senior year. After spending most of her life making sure that ghosts couldn’t contact her, it seems like the floodgates are open. She is being asked to solve problems for many who have passed before. Kat’s been doing her best, but helping ghosts is exhausting and she’s worried someone at school will walk in on one of her encounters.

When the ghost of a young girl begs Kat for help, she knows that she has no choice but to become involved. Unfortunately, she learns that the Dark One, an evil force, wants Kat dead. Will she even survive her senior year? 

Kat knows she needs help and the only people can help her are two great aunts she has never met.  But, they live in the ancestral home and that is the only place she can train and learn about her abilities.  What she learns may help her to save the ghost of the young girl, but her own life will be put in danger.  Is it worth the risk? Is there a choice?  Find out what adventures await Kat and Evan and what they may sacrifice along the way. 

After reading The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts by K.C. Tansley I was lucky enough to read an ARC of The Girl Who Saved Ghosts, book 2 in the Unbelievables series. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to read it again now that I have a print copy. What a fun book!  It was fascinating finding out about Kat’s ancestors and how different families are connected. I would love to see her ring, which helps her to contact ghosts. The magical artifacts in the story all sound interesting!  I like the way the characters continued to develop in this story and now that Kat knows more about her father and other relatives she has a depth to her that makes her seem wise beyond her years. The story brings the supernatural together with reality in a way that makes the magic that much more believable. A perfect mixture! Things really get tense when lives are on the line and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good mystery. I am already looking forward to the next book in the series. What will happen next?

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Check out The Unbelievables series on Amazon! Book one is only  $0.99 on Kindle right now! Wow! 


Have any of you read either The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts or The Girl Who Saved Ghosts by K.C. Tansley? We'd love to hear your thoughts! 


17 comments:

  1. Thanks for the terrific review! I'm so happy you liked where I went in Book 2--sequels are tough to write but I felt like Kat and Evan helped me through it!

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    1. Kourtney- This really was a fun read. I loved seeing where the story went and the characters grew so much. Kat and Evan are the right people to help anyone through something. :)

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  2. Hi Jess, nice lil' review you've got here. Keep them coming, girl! :)

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    1. Thanks! This is a great book and series. :)

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  3. It does sound fun!!! Happy New Year, Jess!!

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    1. It really is! Happy New Year to you, Tammy! :)

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  4. This sounds like a fascinating read!

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    1. Sandra- Both books in the series are awesome! :)

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  5. Hi Jess, that sounds like a compelling read.

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  6. Hi, Jess! I haven't read them, but they sound fun! It's great that you enjoyed one so much that you read it twice!

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    1. Dawn- Definitely a fun series! :)

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  7. It's always fun when a series continues to keep your attention like that. I hadn't heard of it before so thanks for putting it on my radar.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. Karen- You are welcome! Enjoy! :)

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