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Lost Mojo

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For six small-town teenagers, it begins with a senior class video project and the sudden disappearance of two of their own. Researchng urban legends in their hometown leads them to an isolated farmhouse--haunted by its dark secrets, the discovery of unmarked graves, and more paranormal activity than they ever could have imagined.

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290 pages
Published 2011 by Infinity Pub
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“We're all of us haunted and haunting.” ― Chuck Palahniuk, Lullaby


six senior high school students team up for a Journalism project. with Halloween approaching, they decide on a making a video documentary about urban legends in their hometown of Harvard, Nebraska. what they capture on film and audio was more than they bargained for.
with her knowledge of paranormal investigation and a very vivid imagination, author Kris Sedersten has given us another hair-raising story of murder, possession, haun...more
Wenj
Lost Mojo by Kris Sedersten is the prequel to the novel I've previously reviewed, Mojo. Revised since it's previous release, this novel sports a haunting tale of young ghost chasers and their indoctrination into the world of the paranormal.

Overall, this novel has a great plot and likable characters. There's a chilly aire to the novel pthat perfectly brings out the eeriness of the paranormal, you know, those feelings that make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. Cleverly devised, Sed...more
Christina
Lost Mojo reminds us that writers can craft detective and murder mystery novels without taking themselves too seriously. Sometimes, the paranormal can even get involved, and the reason that people can’t explain what’s going on is because they-perhaps literally-can’t see what’s going on right in front of them. Kris does a great job of writing in a teenage voice, blending a little bit of naivete with the headstrong tendency of teenagers to think that they know what’s going on in the world around t...more
Dee Mcrae
I love the idea of investigating urban legends in a small town, especially paranormal ones, so Lost Mojo blew me away. (It always seems to be the teenagers who get into the most trouble with urban legends, because the adults are either too busy to care or have just written things off as something that they can’t explain; so, I thought the characters in this book were totally believable and maybe even relatable for some people.) The natural inquisitive nature of these characters keeps them guessi...more
Sam
Scottie Brown has been experiencing nightmares and apparitions for a long time before he decides to take action, the decision being propelled by when the dark presence starts to affect the other people around him. Playing detective with his family tree, he discovers that the ghosts of his ancestors-people who he thought were out of his life for good-have come back to haunt him and have entirely too much influence in his real life for his liking. The physical danger inflicted by the paranormal fo...more
Chelsea Reid
I felt like Lost Mojo was different from most mysteries because usually with detective work there’s a sense of implicit danger or something is being delved into that could potentially end badly for a protagonist. In other cases, things seem scary and there are things that just might be lurking in the shadows, but we can’t totally tell...here, the danger was more outright, because we knew from the very beginning of the book there was a murderer on the loose, luring people into traps. It just made...more
Elise
Kris Sedersten has done it again...if you liked Mojo because of its spooky plot twists and turns, you’ll love Lost Mojo just as much. This book, even though it’s the second one in the series, is actually the prequel to Mojo, which is actually really helpful because there were several moments in Mojo that left me confused-now we get to see the back story, and find out how everything got started. But overall, this book was just as creepy and thrilling as its counterpart in the series. I can’t wait...more
Zaw
Going back in time and finding out what happened to get Scottie to the point where we started in Mojo was awesome. Even though we began in the middle of the action in Mojo-and I really liked that-I wished sometimes we could have found out a little more. I don’t know if Kris is telepathic or if she just wanted to improve on the story herself, but my request was answered! This book was just as good as her first! I can’t wait to see what’s next.
Danielle
Lost Mojo starts out with a murder of two girls from a small town in Nebraska. Cut to their friends, a group of high school kids, who are getting ready to investigate a series of urban legends for a creepy, Halloween-themed journalism project...but the group ends up finding more than it bargained for when a video documentary produces some creepy footage and makes them wonder what’s really been going on in their small town.
KWNY Publicity
Kris Sedersten has written a chilling and blood-curdling murder story that is sure to haunt your imagination. It is powerful, and will keep you in suspense, and is packed with brainteasers. The book was well thought out as well as written not only to send chills up your spine. It also explores love, friendship and is a book that never disappoints and worth the treat.
Kasey Dixon
It’s books like Lost Mojo that make me so glad I’m not from a small town...I don’t know what I’d do if something like this ever happened to me. What starts out as research for a documentary/school project quickly turns dangerous when ambitious and excited students stumble upon what can only be described as a terrifying situation.
Perry Bason
I am deathly afraid of urban legends so even though a friend recommended this book to me, I was skeptical. However, I am a sucker for paranormal activity so I couldn’t say no. This epic journey of murder and mayhem ends on Halloween where good and evil finally come together...who will prevail? You will have to read to find out!
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