Ghosts of Tamgrove Hall (The Abby Renshaw Adventures Book 2) - Jack Massa

4 Stars

Raising a pair of 500-year-old-ghosts and binding them to my will: not sure I’m up to this.

Winter break in England is not turning out as relaxing as I’d hoped.

I’m a seventeen-year-old kid walking down a deserted road in the middle of the night in a foreign country. All alone—except for a friend who is haunted, possessed, and prone to panic attacks.

I really ought to have kept up better with my magical training.

Jack Massa has studied writing and other forms of magic for many years. He lives in Florida and wanders in many places.

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Abby is like a young Ghost whisperer. She is a very likable character and really makes the book.  This book was a fun quick read. A great series for young teens as it is also clean but adventurous.

I love that the author is  not afraid to put the ghosts right out there in front. They are just as much a part of the story as Abby and her friends are. You learn the history of the ghosts, how they died, and what they need to move on.

In this one - I also loved that her friend Franklin could see one of the ghosts, but was kinda freaked out by it! It made for a fun and more interesting story.

For me, the first book (Ghosts of Bliss Bayou) was slightly better, but this was still a great read! And I look forward to the next Abby adventure!

I voluntarily posted this review after receiving a copy of this book from The Author Thank You!! 

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