The Story: While visiting a horror theme park, the daughter of two famous ghost hunters is unimpressed by the fake scares, since she’s faced the real thing. Coming face to face with the ghost of a friend who recently disappeared, however, shakes her up, and investigating the disappearance soon puts her up against both natural and supernatural enemies.
While the plotting sometimes felt a bit shaky, the power of the premise and the author’s energetic style made it easy to overlook any problems. As I read, I kept finding myself envisioning the novel as a movie, and I hope that a film version gets made. It’s a fun read for horror fans, and I’m interested in reading more by the author.
Content Overview: A lot of scary scenes, which might bother some people, but not much violence. Most teen and adult readers should be able to handle it.