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    A gem!

    I loved this book through and through! I thought the story was told very well and the characters were very well developed. Labor has a quirky sense of humor that I enjoyed and was captivated my the authors tale. This is a plot line that seems like its be been done to death (no pun intended) but Katie places a different spin on it. Its definitely a page turner and you’ll get hooked before you know it. I’ll be looking out for future publications from Katie. She has a very vivid imagination that mirrors that of my own. I only wish this book was a series so I didn’t have to say goodbye to Lanie!
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    YA mystery with a paranormal twist

    Specter is a YA mystery with a paranormal twist. Having not read any book from the YA genre lately, it was a short fun read with lots of mystery and paranormal elements. The book follows Lanie, a teenager with a penchant for horror. While sick with a fever she sees two ghosts and is horrified. While researching her ghosts she meets Ryan, who offers to help her. Together they start to investigate the hauntings, working out who the ghosts are and when Lanie can see them. Soon they discover that the mystery goes a lot deeper than they had imagined. In many ways, Specter is your distinctive paranormal teen book, but the writing quickly draws you into the story. What I really enjoyed is that this book was fast-paced with several twists. Every time you think you have figured out the plot, you get a new twist. In some ways, Specter reads like a mystery novel, when as a reader get closer to the truth with each new revelation. The writing was really good and the mystery will keep you guessing. The story builds up the tension nicely and brings it to a satisfying conclusion. Having said that, there were too many concepts thrown in too fast into this book which made it difficult to focus on the mystery part. From lucid dreaming, altered mental state, OBE, etc, it may become too much to tackle at once. Some parts without the paranormal elements drag a bit. Also, Lanie makes some new discoveries that were interesting but were not explored too much in detail and it felt rushed towards the end. Overall, Specter is a fun and interesting read that anyone who likes paranormal stories. It’s a tightly-paced read with some engaging characters which YA fans will enjoy.
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    Exciting, twisty read

    When I read the blurb and saw the Stranger Things comparison I knew I had to read this ASAP! This was an exciting read with a fun, twisty plot. I thought the dynamic between Lanie and Ryan was great. Lanie is a very relatable character, anybody introverted will love her! I'll be looking out for future releases from this author for sure.
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