Ghost House review by JesusFreak
Ghost House (The Ghost House Saga)
by Alexandra Adornetto
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Paranormal

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Yucaipa, CA, United States
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Chloe Kennedy has a gift, though she sees it as a curse.  She has had the ability to see ghosts ever since she was a child.  Now, she will need that ability more than ever.  When her mother dies, Chloe must go with her grandmother and younger brother to the English countryside.  While there, Chloe finds a charming ghost named Alexander, along with a not-as-nice ghost named Isobel.  Isobel is out to destroy Chloe, but will she succeed?  With Alexander’s help, Chloe will have to push her powers to the limit in order to protect her loved ones and defeat Isobel once and for all.


When I started reading this book, I was pleasantly surprised by how quickly the story began.  It grabbed me right from the start and kept my interest nearly the entire time.  Chloe was a very likeable and relatable character (besides the whole being-able-to-see-ghosts thing).  Alexander was charming and the type of guy most girls would fall for.

The author did an excellent job on describing the places and events without boring me.  My only complaint is that there were various spelling errors throughout the book.

Overall, it is an exciting, gripping story.  I recommend it to anyone who loves ghost stories and suspense.

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Content rating - some mature content

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There are a few violent descriptions as well as one or two sexual references.

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