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Engaging Historical Novel!
(Updated: November 20, 2017)
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts surprised me in a good way. I went in with very little expectations and now I wonder why I didn't pick it up sooner!

Kat ignores ghosts. In her childhood she embraced her power and acknowledged that she could help the lost souls around her. A possession left her scared and she was forced to forget about them in order to keep safe. Now however, as she researches the death of a young couple for school with a group of knowledgable classmates, she gets sucked back into the supernatural world. Suddenly the ghosts are back and if she wants to keep her friends safe, she has to acknowledge the ghosts again.

This was a very engaging, beautifully written story that I couldn't put down! I fell into the story quickly and ended up loving every interaction. History, romance, mystery. The author brilliantly wove a tale of a centries long murder finally being solved through supernatural means. A tale bound to leave you shivering from the darkness and evil within, it truly is hard to put down.

New friendships blossom in this story, and I enjoyed how the author did it. They couldn't stand each other at first, as one seemed to think the other didn't work for anything, just had it handed to them. That changed after they were both thrust back in time, left in bodies that don't belong to them when a murder is soon to happen. They learn to be there for each other, trust and accept each other. It was lovely.

This is a great book that I definitly reccomend!
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November 21, 2017
Thank you so much for this terrific review!
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