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The Haunting at Stratton Falls by Brenda Seabrooke
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Aug 15, 2008

it was ok
bookshelves: juvenile, read-in-2008
Read in August, 2008

Abby and her mother have temporarily moved to Stratton Falls in upstate NY, far away from their home in Jacksonville, FL. Abby's father is in Europe, fighting in WWII and Abby is now stuck with her aunt and uncle, their adorable twins and horrible son. Abby's mom hasn't been herself since they got the news that Abby's father is missing in action. Abby is trying to adjust to this completely different life and is more alone than ever, missing her father and tormented by her cousin Chad. Abby starts to notice some strange things happening around the house late at night, most notably the wet forrtprints that keep appearing without any reasonable explanations. Could the rumors of a ghost be true?

Not good. Very average book that thankfully is a quick read, but lacking in substance. None of the characters feel very well defined and I really couldn't care too much about Abby and her problems. Skip this.
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