I thought they were very well written, I enjoyed the characters she created in both of those stories.
I alternated between wanting to read this book in one sitting to find out what was going to happen next and not wanting to read it so that it would last longer.
The characters' reaction to what is revealed at the end is incongruous to the setting of the book, especially Evie's.
THE SPIRITUALIST was the fourth story that I have read by Megan Chance and a trip back to 1857's New York City. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. B. Taylor
I purchased this book along with 6 others. Having relied heavy upon the reviews that I read, I was anxious to read it but held it aside like a special present waiting to be opened. Read morePublished 3 months ago by BARBARA SCIBELLI
Enjoyable historical fiction; fun for readers who acknowledge channeling and different ways of being in the world. Easy to follow characters and, some intrigue.Published 8 months ago by Debra
The main characters were all likable and engaged in realistic dialogue (super important!) The main character posses untapped abilities, which is always fun to read about. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Trish Adams
Megan Chance is a consummate author skilled in her descriptive writing that transports the reader into the world of her novels. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sha
To office assistant Evelyn Graff, it seems like a fairy tale when the handsome Peter Atherton, one of the wealthiest bachelors in Victorian Manhattan, proposes marriage to her. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Linda Pagliuco
Although an interesting storyline, The Spiritualist seemed to be stretched into a much longer book than it should have been. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by MsJAR
Its not that "The Spiritualist" by Megan Chance is a bad novel--it's that it seems immature in the face of the author's newer offering "Bone River. Read morePublished on November 12, 2012 by Diana Faillace Von Behren