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Giving Up the Ghost

Giving Up the Ghost Sara discovers an exciting new paranormal ability but will it hurt than it helps Though the paranormal has become nearly normal for Sara Collins life has been stranger than usual lately Accidents and

  • Title: Giving Up the Ghost
  • Author: Phoebe Rivers
  • ISBN: 9781442466180
  • Page: 349
  • Format: ebook
  • Sara discovers an exciting new paranormal ability but will it hurt than it helps Though the paranormal has become nearly normal for Sara Collins, life has been stranger than usual lately Accidents and mishaps are happening at home, and Sara s dad and Lady Azura aren t getting along very well Lady Azura blames the negative energy in the house Sara s not sure what thSara discovers an exciting new paranormal ability but will it hurt than it helps Though the paranormal has become nearly normal for Sara Collins, life has been stranger than usual lately Accidents and mishaps are happening at home, and Sara s dad and Lady Azura aren t getting along very well Lady Azura blames the negative energy in the house Sara s not sure what that means, but she s also a little preoccupied dealing with a new power she s just discovered the ability to read minds.What starts off as fun insight into people s thoughts quickly leads Sara down a frightening path Is Sara hearing the true thoughts of her friends and family, or is some sort of negative energy wreaking havoc Sara confides in Lady Azura and together they discover that Sara s new ability is not a gift like her other abilities Rather, it s a curse A curse that Sara needs to overcome before it destroys her most important relationships.

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    1. This was a continuation of the ending of book 5. This new power grows and Sara is finding out things about her friends and family that she doesn't like. There is also another complication. A dark energy has been drawn to Sara and is disturbing the entire household.Sara learns a valuable lesson as she finds out that having a gift isn't always a gift when it can hurt her and her relationships with her friends.I liked this book. It was a great lesson in both humility, life, and character. Albeit us [...]

    2. I actually picked it up in a book store without knowing that this is actually a series (lol). But I ended up liking it!I love the fact that Sara felt guilty to read people's thought because she felt like she was eavesdropping. I never though of that, but after reading this I admitted Sara was true. So now I never wished to got the power of reading other's though anymore XD.I also love Sara's relationship with Lily and her boyfriend, Jayden.And the ending too!

    3. This is a review of both Giving Up the Ghost and The Secrets Within.The Saranormal series follows twelve-year-old Sara Collins on a journey of discovery as she begins to develop supernatural powers. Guided by her great-grandmother, Lady Azura, who possesses powers of her own, Sara slowly learns how to identify, harness, and control her various abilities. In book six, Giving up the Ghost, Sara begins to read minds while a negative force seems to descend upon her household. In book seven, The Secr [...]

    4. It has been one of my goals since the beginning of the New Year to try and read as much middle grades fiction as I possibly can. Books like this one make me wonder why I don’t read more of them? This book is number six in an ongoing series by Phoebe Rivers about a girl who can see and talk to spirits. Sara, our heroine, hasn’t quite figured out if this is a curse or a blessing as of yet, but with the help of her great-grandmother, in this book, she may just come around to the idea a little b [...]

    5. There's a lot of negative energy surrounding Sara and Azura, and accidents keep happening around the house. Sara begins to realize that she can hear people's thoughts! This is a problem, especially since her birthday is coming up and she can't have a party because one is being held for Jayden's going away. Sara keeps having bad dreams, and a former client of Lady Azura's keeps showing up-- Nina Oliver, who was a lawyer who could hear people's thoughts. She won lots of cases, but alienated all he [...]

    6. There's a lot of negative energy surrounding Sara and Azura, and accidents keep happening around the house. Sara begins to realize that she can hear people's thoughts! This is a problem, especially since her birthday is coming up and she can't have a party because one is being held for Jayden's going away. Sara keeps having bad dreams, and a former client of Lady Azura's keeps showing up-- Nina Oliver, who was a lawyer who could hear people's thoughts. She won lots of cases, but alienated all he [...]

    7. This time around, Sara has to fend off a ghost that is creating very bad energy in her home. This is personal. And her almost boyfriend Jayden is preparing to move back to Atlanta (sniff). Oh, and everyone seems to have forgotten her birthday (bummer). Oh and that pesky mind reading thing is really starting to suck.I just love Sara. She is so sweet. She is still very innocent, as are her friends, as they fumble their way into adulthood. The adult characters are handled well also. I wish I lived [...]

    8. Haven't read any of the other books in the series. Looks like a good series for girls that enjoy books with a supernatural theme.In this book, Sara discovers that she has the ability to read minds which is causing her some stress. Also strange things are happening in her home.

    9. Another good addition to the series. The only thing that irritated me is that Sara still doesn't trust Lady Azura. They know about each other's powers and yet Sara can't find it in herself to trust her. It took her half the book for them to talk about what was going on.

    10. Another great story of Sarah and her abilities to help others. This one was a little more scary than the others.

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