Book: Beware the River (Tales from the DEAD Book 3) by Kitty Margocategories: Book, Coming of Age, Horror, Scary Story, Goosebumps, Middle Grade, Middle School, Scary Tale, Horror Tale, Creepy Story, Scary Fiction
Kitty Margoabout this book: A Middle School Spooky Series.
BJ sees things that no one else can see. The visions seem to be getting much worse with each passing day and now they are actually... attacking him. His friends decide that a relaxing camping trip to the cabin on the river might be just what the doctor ordered. Unfortunately, before the night is over, they will question whether or not they will even live through the night.
Amazon review by Uncle Bud (no relation to author) I almost passed on getting this book because ghost tales are not something I'm usually drawn to. The author is a North Carolina native & I being a South Carolina native I could tell her writing was that of an authentic Southern author. I found myself laughing (literally laughing out loud) at some of her colorful strictly-Southern usages in this very entertaining and hard-to-put down story.
Parents should not be afraid to allow their children to read this. While it IS a ghost story it isn't really a terribly scary story. I would say quite suspenseful. Perhaps really young children might find it frightening. To be honest I believe this book can be widely accepted by just about any audience.
I was so anxious to finish reading this book that I actually sat in my Saturn for about an hour reading because the noise level in my home made concentrating a difficult task. Rather than waiting for the noise to dissipate I went outside to my car to read. This is a real page turner.
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