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Pemba's Song: A Ghost Story Hardcover – September 1, 2008
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There is a very strange old man named Abraham here, and Pemba thinks he is the crazy one - but she isn't so sure about herself anymore.
Pemba and a slave girl from the 18th-century, Phyllis, become intertwined, and Phyllis visits Pemba in a supernatural way. These visits change both girls in many different ways.
I recommend PEMBA'S SONG for anyone who loves a great supernatural story. It is a new twist on the paranormal. It isnt the conventional, cookie-cutter ghost story, but one of mystery, friendship, freedom, and truth.
This is a great book to read and almost gives you a new understanding of what people have went through and the limits of true friendship.
Read it! It's a nice change in paranormal and supernatural stories!
Reviewed by: Shyanne
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a re-read! So good. Love sharing it with my students!!!Published 7 months ago by flaurie martin
This story is a good story. It's about a girl named Pemba. Her father passes away and she need to move to Conneticut. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Reginald D. Brown