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Ghosts of Coronado Bay by J.G. Faherty
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Jun 22, 11

Anyone up for taking over the world? This novel is a very quick, fast-paced read. Maya lives in a sleepy little town; she rarely looks for trouble, but trouble finds her nonetheless. Maya is soon deep into a plot to save the world, taking her readers on an exciting adventure. It is easy for the reader to enjoy reading about Maya and her friends; they are all quite likable and not overtly "teenagerish" or immature. Maya is a good protagonist, with qualities that are good, but not annoyingly "nice" or "perfect". The author did a good job with the secondary characters, the reader will want to hear more about them and their quirks in the novel. The plot is intriguing for a teen novel; the characters will keep the readers interest. This novel is recommended for teens/young adults who enjoy well-written novels.

3 1/2 stars
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