The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts by K.C. Tansley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: THE GIRL WHO IGNORED GHOSTS [THE UNBELIEVABLES, #1) by K. C. Tansley
Thank goodness this is a series--I can't wait! Kat is a 17-year-old prep school junior on scholarship in D. C., taking some university-level courses from Georgetown professors. She's called "the girl who ignored ghosts" not because she's a skeptic--far from it. Ghosts--one particular ghost--nearly destroyed her at age 9. Another, kind-hearted ghost, explained how to avoid them: think like an unbeliever, and ghosts can't penetrate that reality (and surround oneself with people, plants, animals, and stones). That works great, until her professor assigns his T. A., Kat, her roommate, and one other student to investigate Castle Creighton, on an island in Connecticut, with a history of family curse and wealth. Turns out both the kind-hearted ghost, and the life-destroying ghost, were present when the curse commenced 129 years earlier. No way is intrepid Kat going to be safe avoiding the multiple ghosts of mysterious and brooding Castle Creighton, Connecticut.
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