Friday 7 October 2022

Review of Don't Haunt Ghosts by Jeni Conrad

Everybody seems to want something from Hanna, especially dead people. She tries to ignore their overwhelming pleas for help and live a normal life, but when she starts high school she can’t avoid the ghost haunting her history class. He lectures so loudly, he makes focus nearly impossible and passing the class even more difficult. Then she meets Brandon, a skater kid from the 90s who only seems to want companionship. The difference is refreshing but has her wondering what he’s hiding about his past.

Despite her best efforts, her unusual behavior while trying to ignore the spectral distractions doesn’t go unnoticed, attracting the attention of two good-looking boys from school. They start asking odd questions and seem to know more than “normal” people should, causing Hanna to wonder if maybe she’s not as weird as she thought, and if ghosts aren’t the only supernatural beings who want her help.


My Review: 5 STARS

The cover called to me, and before long I was lost in Conrad’s amazing and chilling world of ghosts, seers and those who may do them harm. I adored Hanna, and loved the way she approached her gift and her life. I loved Brandon and all the twists and turns throughout the story. It was a short, quick read and one that I very much enjoyed. This is a series that I will be keeping an eye on because the first book has me hooked on this world. I love a good paranormal story as much as anything, and this has all the hallmarks of an amazingly, brilliant series. Highly recommended!

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