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I Kissed A Ghost
About the Author
Robin Leigh Morgan has enjoyed a long career writing commentaries and other nonfiction items, but since retiring Robin has devoted leisure time and acquired skills to the writing of the first of what will be many books. Robin’s debut novel is a Young Adult paranormal romance, complete with elements of time travel and the special first kiss in every girl’s life. Robin believes the blending of these different genres will be endearing to all those who read it, regardless of their age.
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Robin Leigh Morgan has written a story about a romance between a boy and a girl, where one is a ghost. It's a heart warming tale of friendship and trust.
Mary is happy to finally have some friends and feels that her life is getting better for her but suddenly her friends are talking behind her back about her and her supposedly haunted house. They have been teasing her all along about her house being haunted. What they don't know is that it really is haunted.
Something happens when Mary's friends suggest that she has a sleepover. They plan some sneaky things without Mary knowing what they plan to do. But George, the ghost helps Mary out.
Many things are going on at the same time but I don't want to spoil the fun of this entertaining read. I thoroughly enjoyed this book even though there were several editing issues.
I look forward to reading more from this creative author.
There's a ghost living in her family's new house, and Mary soon finds herself living two lives - partly her modern-day life and partly the life of a girl in the early 20th century. She also struggles to find friends at her new school, and when she does they refuse to come to her house to play because, they say, the house is haunted. They think they're only teasing her; little do they know!
The style seems a little distant and formal; a lot of the story is told in narrative summary, where showing more of it through action would give it a more immediate feel and livelier pace.
Overall, though, "I Kissed a Ghost" is a tender and sweet story about a girl beginning to make the emotional adjustment from childhood to adolescence and about her ghost's surprisingly poignant mystery.
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