Thirteen Days of Midnight
13 Days of Midnight is about Luke Manchett and the inheritance he receives after his father dies. His father was a ghost hunter, so unusual items were to be expected. But when Luke receives eight ghosts as his inheritance, he has trouble taking care of them. Once the ghosts figure out that Luke has no idea how to be a necromancer, they make a plot to take revenge for when Luke’s father trapped them into his service. With the vengeful ghosts trying to kill him, Luke teams up with Elza Moss, a weird girl from school, so they can banish the ghosts from the world of the living.
I really enjoyed this book. It was well written, and the characters were believable. In the beginning, it was more humorous, but as the book drew you into the story, it became more serious, losing some of the humor in exchange for some suspense and fear. I liked the twists the book throws at the reader. I won’t tell you what they are, so if you want to find out, read the book. It’s a page-turner, especially near the end. I would recommend this book for anyone who likes spooky or paranormal stuff, the kind that leaves you in constant suspense, especially since it keeps the goal very clear and urgent: Can Luke banish all of his father’s ghosts before he gets murdered by his own inheritance?
|Page Count||336 pages|
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