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Finders Keepers by Marilyn Kaye
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Apr 10, 12

bookshelves: english-420-2012

After the death of Ken Prestons best friend, he began to hear dead people. His best friend included. These people would generally seek his help with something or just want to talk. Ken hates his gift and sees it as a burden. As he opens is locker one day he finds a note inside that says, "Ken, are you one of us?" It then invited him to a seance that night. Ken intrigued went and after his third time in attendance he discovers he has been mislead and used. The mystery unfolds as the story progresses.

Great teen voice. Fun light read. I enjoyed it. It's interesting getting a glimpse back into the teen world. Kaye did a great job though. Great for lower to middle grade.

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