Friday, January 4, 2013

Review of: The Dead and Buried By: Kim Harrington

The Dead and Buried
Title: The Dead and Buried
Author: Kim Harrington
Published by: Scholastic Point
Release Date: January 1, 2013
Summary: Jade is excited about moving into a new house and starting a new school. She feels ready for a new start. Everything is going fine until the rumors start to swirl and her little brother mentions seeing a glittery, glowing girl in his room. Jade then learns a devastating secret about her new home, a girl died there a couple months ago. But it isn't just any girl, it's Kayla Sloane, the most beautiful and popular girl in the town. While Jade can't feel the ghost, she can sense Kayla's presence  Jade can't begin her new start, her new life, until she gets rid of this ghost and the only way to do that is to find out who really killed Kayla Sloane.
My Thoughts: I would like to thank Netgalley and Scholastic for letting me review an e-arc of this book. I found it to be a very enjoyable, good book. The writing style was very easy to read and get sucked into. The characters were likable and the mystery left me guessing until the very last page. 
The Dead and Buried is a very enjoyable ghost story and I would recommend it to anyone who loves a good ghost story mystery.
Mean girls make even meaner ghosts

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