Ghosters 3: Secrets of the Bloody Tower by Diana Corbitt

My Review 
Maria Catalina Egan

January 2, 2020

Format: Kindle Edition
This is a great book to read with your tweener or younger sophisticated child. It is filled with elements that are sure to broaden a young mind, in knowledge and possibilities, the best part? They’ll just think it is F-U-N.
The main characters, Theresa, Joey, and the book’s narrator Kerry are adventuresome but respectful. They are interesting because they are young people filled with curiosity.
Family illness leads to more freedom to pursue their goals to help their new friends, young ghosts. The book reads fast-paced, like a fun thriller in a present-tense voice.
As a mother who enjoyed reading with my son when he was young, I wish this fun book had been around then.
If you fear clowns—Coulrophobes; should avoid this book, all others are sure to enjoy it!


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