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Tess and her dog walk through the forest that stretches from their back yard, and run into a strange girl wearing old-fashioned clothes—and the girl is transparent in the sunlight. This strange girl has no memories of her life, her family, her identity—nothing.

When they meander into a nearby graveyard, the girl starts to recall details of herself… and Tess starts to worry.
Published May 1st 2015 by Evolved Publishing (first published December 1st 2014)
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Aug 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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I’ll freely admit it – I was the kid who did NOT flock to the scary stories around the campfire, I don’t particularly like thrillers and suspense, and I will not (and have not) watched any scary movies. It’s been years since I could emerge unscarred from a King or Koontz novel, so I don’t even try anymore. Oddly, Majanka Verstraete’s Weirdville stories are JUST the right balance of creepy and scary for me, and my tolerance hits right in the middle of the 6 to 10 year old demographic, perfect rea ...more
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Jun 18, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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Spooky, awesome and creepy.
Suffering from boredom and a hot summer Tess discovers a ghost in the woods between her house and the grave yard. Tess’s dog likes the ghost. The ghost doesn’t know who she is. So even though Tess is scared she takes the ghost to the grave yard to see who she might be. The ghost tells Tess to stay away from one of the gravestones because it feels evil. Not knowing the ghost’s name they choose to call her Emily. Tess tells Emily she will help her find out who she is and
Jun 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I read this to my girls and they loved it. They said it was "spooky and funny" and that they want to read the others. They like the characters and how much adventure that is in these stories. I am glad I was able to review it for the author with my kids :D
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Author Majanka Verstraete has written more than twenty unique works of fiction. A native of Belgium, Majanka’s novels explore the true nature of monsters: the good, the bad, and just about every species in between. Her young adult books include the acclaimed Mirrorland (YA Dark Fantasy) and Angel of Death (YA Paranormal) series of novels.

Majanka is currently developing a new YA shifter series wit

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