Skeleton Tower review by lovetoread
Skeleton Tower (Atlas of Cursed Places) (The Atlas of Cursed Places)
by Vanessa Acton
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Adventure
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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - Hull, Iowa, United States
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When Jason and his family move once again, he realizes this place is a lot different from the rest of the places he has lived. Point Encanto Lighthouse is said to be cursed. As the family is moving in, Jason finds a letter on a shelf telling them to get out and beware of the curse. Jason and his sister look for more clues for proof that the lighthouse is cursed. He ends up finding The Atlas of Cursed Places and realizes the information he needs is in the diary of the caretaker's daughter. Then a storm is rolling in and their parents have gone into town. Will they find the diary in time? Will they be able to get rid of the curse? Read Skeleton Tower to find out.


Skeleton Tower is a well-written book. I love the suspense and the mysteries in this book. It did not take me long to finish because I could never put it down. This book was full of action. Jason and his sister were always finding clues or the curse was trying to harm them. Even though Jason and his sister fought, they still worked together to find more clues. I really liked this book and definitely recommend everyone read it. This is the second book I read in this series for LitPick, and Vanessa Acton once again made me feel like I was there with the characters and that I had the curse too.

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I would recommend this for 7 and up. There was one or two bad words else everything was good.



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