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by William Bell

ePub Five Days of the Ghost download
Author:
William Bell
ISBN13:
978-1554551521
ISBN:
1554551528
Language:
Publisher:
Fitzhenry and Whiteside; 1 edition (March 18, 2010)
Category:
Subcategory:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
ePub file:
1263 kb
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1373 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
233

Also by William Bell.

Also by William Bell. Anyway, according to one book I dug out of the library’s local history files, there’s an old, old graveyard right over there on Chiefs’ Island-used to be called Chief Yellowhead’s Island-and the Chippewas have been burying their chiefs there-after they’re dead, that is-for who knows how long. Even my history teacher didn’t know about it.

The book seems to cover too much ground in five days and lacks a resolution that makes sense. At the beginning of the novel, Karen is still grieving the death of her twin brother, killed in a skateboarding accident two years earlier

The book seems to cover too much ground in five days and lacks a resolution that makes sense. At the beginning of the novel, Karen is still grieving the death of her twin brother, killed in a skateboarding accident two years earlier. She is about to start high school but isn't ready to grow up and get on with her life. The ghost encounter seems to precipitate her ability to let go of her brother. Readers will be left wondering why Karen, John, and Noah are able to find the ghosts so easily, even having an encounter in full daylight at one point.

That was one. Five Days of the Ghost isn't one of those must-read novels I finished this book because I was really interested. Five Days of the Ghost isn't one of those must-read novels. I finished this book because I was really interested. The book was super tense and the problems were horrible but in the end, the tenseness released and it was an amazing ending to a horror novel.

By the time we got to it the pasta was dry and hard and tasteless. On the table was a note telling us she had gone to Barrie with some friends and she’d be back later all on Noah. They were going to work. They were going to work in the library until it closed, to find out more about the murder in our house. I went into John’s room and got his pack. I knew it would be hanging on the back of his closet door like it always was. When I opened it I saw that he had all the stuff in there-flashlights, knife, bug lotion-ready for another trip to Chiefs’ Island

Poking around a sacred Indian burial ground in the middle of the night with her brother, John, isn't Karen Stone's idea of a great way to start off the summer.

Poking around a sacred Indian burial ground in the middle of the night with her brother, John, isn't Karen Stone's idea of a great way to start off the summer. But she lets John talk her into it, and the two are plunged into a world they never imagined existed - a world where past and present blend, where the spirits of the dead communicate with the living. With the help of John's classmate, Weird Noah Webster, an expert on all things supernatural, Karen and John try to unravel the mystery that surrounds them.

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William Bell was born in Toronto in 1945 and went to school there until he graduated from the College of Education in 1970. Until 2002 he was a high school English teacher and department head in Ontario. Bell also taught at the Harbin University of Science and Technology, the Foreign Affairs College (both in China), and the University of British Columbia. He holds a Masters of Arts degree in Literature and a Master of Education degree. Библиографические данные.

Same Every Day Low Prices. No, they were heavy sleepers, they never wake up in the middle of the night. Then "Bang Bang Bang", her door shook in it's frame. Then Bang Bang Bang again, louder this time. icecreamgirl26, January 22, 2011.

Rainy days are ideal for unwinding. It’s the ideal day to do a little bit of cooking with the kids. It’s time to begin gathering camping gear. Bring her home to me when you can,’ she explained. I loved reading all the Sherlock Holmes books by Arthur Conan Doyle as a kid (still do!☺), so I'm interested to see how this book does in introducing Sherlock's daughter and if this book is as interesting as it looks.

Karen Stone and her brother John are getting ready for a fun summer at their home in cottage country. Late one night they decide to go out to a quiet island in the middle of the lake. Exploring an ancient graveyard, they come across a man sitting on a gravestone. When he vanishes mysteriously, Karen picks up a small pouch he had with him. At times amusing and fascinating, and at times downright terrifying, Karen is forced to confront something she has been running from for too long...

  • amazing story. it seems there is a giggle at the end of each chapter that takes you into the next. I know this area and it's perfectly described.

  • I read this book because my class had to do a novel study. It was a good book to read if you like ghost stories. But this isn't your ordinary ghost story where the ghosts haunt you till you go crazy, the characters get help from the ghost to resolve their problems.

  • I had to read this book in class and it was awesome! If you like ghost stories you'll LOVE this one!