In the book Packing Evil by P.E Yudkoff, a boy named Pack goes on an adventure to find out what happened to his elderly neighbor, Ms. W. In this quest, Pack is accompanied by his best friend, Sydney, and a magical pair of weather-beaten shoes that hold the minds of his ancestors. Among the relatives, there are the good, such as a motorcyclist, an elderly soldier, and his great-great-great-great grandfather. With the good also come the bad, like a drunk man, a man who lived off of betting, and a mean boxer. While Pack is trying to find Ms. W, he also fights to stay in control of his mind and defend himself from some of his evil ancestors.
This was a great book! I would give it 4 stars because of how the plot was woven throughout the story! It was about 100 pages long, so it is a quick read, but it made up for length in the quality of the writing. It did have some inappropriate language in it, which detracted from the story, but there was nothing else. Overall, I loved reading Packing Evil, and I would give it 4 stars.