Title: Haunting Blue
Author: R.J. Sullivan
Pages: 227 ( on my e-reader )
Punk, blue-haired “Blue” Shaefer, is at odds with her workaholic single mother. Raised as a city girl in a suburb of Indianapolis, Blue must abandon the life she knows when her unfeeling mother moves them to a dreadful small town. Blue befriends the only student willing to talk to her: computer nerd “Chip” Farren.
Chip knows the connection between the rickety pirate boat ride at the local amusement park and the missing money from an infamous bank heist the townspeople still talk about. When Blue helps him recover the treasure, they awaken a vengeful ghost who’ll stop at nothing–even murder–to prevent them from exposing the truth behind his evil deeds.
Haunting Blue will excite readers who enjoy contemporary ghost stories featuring a hard-edged, sassy teenage heroine. Those who miss Buffy the Vampire Slayer will love Haunting Blue
The view of a book addict:
I really loved this story form the first to the last page. It’s very interesting how a ghost story has such a grip on a town. And the fact that you as a reader know a lot about what happened before the main characters do doesn’t spoil the story.
I just wanted to know if they were going to find what they were looking for and how they would end up at the end of the book. I won’t say anything about the story because I don’t want to spoil it for the people that haven’t read this book.
The verdict of a book addict:
The only thing I’m going to say is: Read this book! Because if I say more about it I’ll end up giving spoilers and I don’t want that. But I loved the book!