Book Review: I Text Dead People, by Rose Cooper

Sep 19

Annabel Craven has moved to a new town.  All she wants to do is fit in with the rest of the students at the Acadamy.  Without a cell phone of her own, and living in her Uncle’s old musty house next to the cemetery are making it hard for her.   But when Annabel finds a cell phone in the woods, she thinks one of her problems is solved.

It doesn’t take long until she receives her first text, and it’s not from someone living.   Annabel is not sure what will happen if she answers, will it get rid of the ghost or only make things worse?  Annabel continues to get texts and mysterious visits all which make her life as the new girl in town miserable.

Any middle grader who loves a good ghost story will enjoy reading Annabel’s plight.   “I Text Dead People” is just the first book in the series.  Book two “The Ungrateful Dead” is available now for your scary reading pleasure.

 

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