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Chasing Magic (Downside Ghosts) Mass Market Paperback – June 26, 2012
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The sequences of Chess dealing with her everyday job as a Church Debunker, and the ongoing pursuit of an outside force invading Downside with ghost laced speed to set the two main Downside gangs against each other were excellent. The sheer toughness Chess exhibits in finding ways to defeat her foes should carry over into her personal life. It's still a great series, with the same appeal for 'Downside' fans of which I am one. I hope in the next 'Downside' chapter Chess will purge the 'guilt trip' demons, and the number of times I read the word 'sorry' can be counted on a couple fingers. :)