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The Girl Who Saved Ghosts

(The Unbelievables #2)

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4.33  ·  Rating details ·  107 ratings  ·  85 reviews
She tried to ignore them. Now she might risk everything to save them.

After a summer spent in a haunted castle—a summer in which she traveled through time to solve a murder mystery—Kat is looking forward to a totally normal senior year at McTernan Academy. Then the ghost of a little girl appears and begs Kat for help, and more unquiet apparitions follow. All of them are te
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Paperback, 280 pages
Published October 17th 2017 by Beckett Publishing Group
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Schizanthus
Sep 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
👻 Happily Haunted Halloween Book! 👻

Where to start. Oh, I know! K.C. Tansley, puh-lease let me read book 3 ASAP! Without sounding too desperate, I'm The Girl Who Desperately Needs to Read Book 3! Right. So now that I've gotten that bit out of the way, let me tell you about book 2.

I am extraordinarily grateful that I had The Girl Who Saved Ghosts on hand when I finished reading The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts. While book 1 introduces us to some of our cast of characters, past, present and future, b
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Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)
I am taking part in the blog tour for this book! Head over to my blog: www.marriedtobooksreviewsandblog.word... to see the full post and details on where to purchase a copy. As a participant, I was sent a copy of books 1 and 2 in the series via an invite on NetGalley, here's a link to a spoiler-free review of book 1: The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts- https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

The Girl Who Saved Ghosts was a great follow-on read, the main character Kat is back and with more mysteries to
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Dianne
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Kat has discovered she cannot ignore the ghosts that haunt her and now she will risk her own life to help right a murder that history got all wrong. Her own history will finally be unveiled as she learns more of the family and the father she never knew. What she didn’t count on was learning of the Dark One, a terrif
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Sherry Fundin
The Girl Who Saved Ghosts by K C Tansley is Book II of The Unbelievables, so this will be a short but ‘you will want to read this book’ review.

She had put a target on her back from the Dark One, after solving the Radcliffe mystery. Back at school, and the ghosts are relentless, wanting her help.

Kat is headstrong, protective, sometimes reckless. She puts her life on the line. She is the peacemaker between the four families, the Radcliffes the Kingsleys, the Mallorys and her own family, the Langle
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Judith
Nov 16, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for allowing me to read this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
I found this book far more engaging and interesting to read than the first in the series. Again the writing structure was fairly simple but somehow the plot developed quickly and aroused my interest in Kat and Evan and their family legacies. Consequently I began to read more quickly in order to see whether their plans would be successful in strengthening their bond and increase their powers to
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Empress Reece (Hooked on Books)
Even better then the first book! You can really tell how the author's writing has developed. The writing is a lot more polished. Can't wait to see what's in store for Kat & Evan in book 3!
Liliana
Reviewed on Lili Lost in a Book

I remember really enjoying the sequel to this book, so I was very excited to read this book! And I was not disappointed! Overall, I very much enjoyed it!

The thing I really loved about the first book was the time travel aspect, and I am happy to report that we get that again in this one! Yay!

Hahahaha! This is the best thing ever! <3 Cas/Misha :)

We are going back in to retrieve more family heirlooms and maybe help out some ghosties and clear up another murder mystery. I am all for that! I just really love going back in
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Sherwood Smith
Nov 12, 2017 added it
Shelves: fantasy
In one of those happenstances you can't predict (either that or there's a wave I'm not seeing) I've read several girl-who-helps-ghosts stories lately. After the high octane adult ones, this young adult offering seemed slower paced and less intense, but that might be a function of its being aimed at the younger reader.

This is the second in the series, but I figured out pretty fast what was going on, partly because some tropes are familiar after decades of reading.

There are ghosts and time travel
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Siobhan
Oct 27, 2017 rated it liked it
The Girl Who Saved Ghosts is the second book in The Unbelievables series, and it was as enjoyable as the first book. Much like the First book, The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts, my feelings are somewhat mixed. Certain elements of the story I really enjoyed whereas other elements didn’t quite live up to what I had been anticipating. As with the first book, it’s more of a three-point-five-star read.

The Girl Who Saved Ghosts builds heavily upon the events of the first book, meaning you need to read the f
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Susan Underbrink
Jul 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
A big shout out to NetGalley and Beckett Publishing for the ARC for my honest review.
I have not read the first book-I actually didn't notice that it was the 2nd in a series. I have now obtained the first book but I am reading them out of order.
It actually reads rather well as a stand alone-I didn't feel like I was missing that much by starting with the second. It certainly didn't detract from the book. I enjoyed this book as I never knew what was going to happen next. No spoilers as it appears
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Darlene
Oct 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What a page turner, I couldn't put it down once I started reading. This is the second in The Unbelievables series but can be read as a stand alone. The Girl Who Saved Ghosts is a YA paranormal, time travel, mystery with plenty of ghosts. I really enjoyed this book and now I just have to read the first one, The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts.
Stephanie
Jul 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-in-2017
Kat spent the summer in a haunted castle where she traveled through time and helped solved a murder mystery. She didn’t do it alone, Evan was with her and she couldn’t have done it without him. Which wasn’t a surprise once she realized the history behind their families and the ties that bind them together.

Now Kat is back at McTernan Academy for her senior year. After spending most of her life making sure that ghosts couldn’t contact her, it seems like the floodgates are open. She is being asked
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Kristi Housman Confessions of a YA Reader
Kat gets to meet her family in this book and learns a lot about the history of all four families that are bound together. Kat and Evan travel back in time to find the missing dagger that Evan will need to protect him. He almost dies saving Kat before they arrived to her family's home, so getting this dagger is a must. This time Kat wants to see if she can do more to change the past and protect Ellie and Percy who died a long time ago. Kat gets hurt in the process. While healing, Kat and Evan spe ...more
Wendy
Oct 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
“The Girl Who Saved Ghosts” is the second book in the imaginative “Unbelievables” series that combines mystery, time travel, and ghosts with a hint of romance. It begins when Kat Preston Langley who’s beginning her senior year at McTernan Academy is visited by the ghost of a young girl who insists she did not kill the Kingsley heir and needs her help to prove it. With the curse of the Langley Legacy and the determination of the Dark One to kill her, Kat is reluctant at first to help Ella Harding ...more
Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon
Oct 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
5 Cranky stars


Magic, murder, ghosts, and time travel part 2.


While this isn't the ideal stand-alone second book, it's a wonderful continuation of the first. Without reading the first book, you'll be lost.

Kat is returning for her senior year of high school followed by ghosts who want their reckoning. Given that she only recently re-accepted the existence of Unbelievables, she works towards helping when she can. That is, of course, until she discovers that a malevolent force called the Dark One is
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Tracey
Oct 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
*This ARC was received in exchange for an honest review*

Kat Preston returns in the 2nd Instalment of the Unbelievables by K C Tansley, where now she cannot ignore the ghosts anymore. She is also joined again with Evan, Seth and Morgan as well as Prof Astor. Then we have some new characters which were really enjoyable
Kat has discovered that her father is a Langley and he has passed on the “mantle” of keeping the Radcliffe heir safe, even from the supernatural.
Kat is visited by a young ghost named
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Kristina
Oct 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
The Girl Who Saved Ghosts by K.C. Tansley is the second book in The Unbelievables series. Kat Preston Langley is returning for her senior year at McTernan Academy with her best friend, Morgan Sanchez. The ghosts that wants their reckoning have followed her back to school. One young ghost named Ellie is covered in blood and asks Kat for her help. Kat is not sure how she can save Ellie and something more pressing captures her attention. Kat discovers that a sinister force called the Dark One is ou ...more
Simona
Jan 27, 2018 rated it it was ok
*I've got this book from NetGalley in exchange of an honest review*

It is a second book in The Unbelievables series, where our young Kat uses her powers to help ghosts instead of ignoring them. As in a first book she gets in to a much trouble and has to go to the past to fix some things. That is my brief synopsis of this book.
Now. lets see what I actually thought about this book. Well, I tried to like it, I really did, but the second book just fell flat on it's face in my opinion. I remember read
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Meekachii
Nov 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
I ended up liking this book better than the first one. In this one I was expecting the time travel aspect and I thought that it was actually done better than in the first book. There were some little twists I didn't see coming that I thought enhanced the story. This book had fewer characters which I actually liked a lot because I felt like it was a big hard keeping up with all of them in the first one. There is definitely room at the end of this story for continuation but honestly I think it cou ...more
Macy Klingerman
Sep 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The stakes are even higher in the second installment of this series. I mean, we were talking life or death before, but we're *seriously* talking life or death here. Without spoiling anything, everything is amped up for Kat and her friends when she travels to her ancestral home and meets relatives she just recently discovered she has. I loved the first book, but I *LOVED* this second book. There's a sense of danger looming over Kat and Evan throughout the story that really drives home the entire ...more
Selina
Jul 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
**I received the copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

After reading (and loving) the first book in the series, I immediately requested to read this one. And thankfully for me, the publisher accepted my request!

This was just as much fun to read as the first book. Once again Kat is sent back in time to retrieve another family heirloom. But that's not the only goal. She also sets out to save her ancestors from the past and do everything in her power
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Emily Ross
Thank you to the publishers for providing an ARC of this book through NetGalley.

I find myself really enjoying this book, and I wish book 3 were available immediately, because I just want to continue the story.

I much preferred this book to book 1, and I really like the developing relationship between Kat and Evan. The unfortunate side effect of this book lasting three weeks with Kat in Dumbarton, is that the side characters like Seth and Morgan aren’t present, and it just reinforces this lack of
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Katherine Hayward Pérez
Oct 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: netgalley, paranormal
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. For me, it had elements of Harry-Potter-esque writing, and also reminded me of The Twilight Saga. Kat and her college friends are strong characters, and I was really swept up by the writing style. KC Tansley is a new author for me, and I felt like I really "got into" the story very quickly and my intest didn't wane. I do want to read the first book to get more background as to how the story started from the beginning of the series. Even though I started w ...more
Tara (Spinatale Reviews)
Oct 29, 2017 rated it really liked it
As soon as I turned the last page for The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts, the first book of this series, I immediately reached for this one. The Girl Who Saved Ghosts expands upon the foundation laid in the first book, exploring the mysteries of Kat's magical heritage and her family history as Kat and Evan embark upon another time travel adventure.. This one was more character-based, fleshing out and developing the characters.

After a tumultuous summer spent investigating a century old murder mystery an
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Jessie Seymour
Oct 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
***I received an ARC through Netgalley for an Honest Review***

I gave this book 4 stars. This sequel was way better than the first book to say the least. I was 100% invested by the end that I really just want to sit down and binge the rest of the series that has yet to be written.

Kat is what I would call a perfect character. She is the perfect amount of flawed, relatable, and compassionate. She’s a character that maybe I don’t love with all my heart, but I can’t think of a single reason to disli
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Anna
Oct 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
As she does in her first book of the series, author K.C. Tansley deftly weaves real-world concerns of a high school senior into her time-travel murder mystery. However, in Book 2, the stakes are even higher, our understanding of Kat deepens, and answers to questions about the Langley legacy posed in Book 1 are revealed by the novel’s end. Kat’s quest (you’ll have to read to find out exactly what that is—no spoilers in this review!) deepens the theme of personal sacrifice and how everything gaine ...more
Melissa
Oct 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: thriller, ya, supernatural
K.C. Tansley’s Unbelievables series captured my imagination when I reviewed the first book in the series two years ago. Now, with the second book, The Girl who Saved Ghosts, I feel like I’m revisiting old friends. They’ve grown and changed a bit since our last meeting, but Kat and Evan are still brave, kind, and a little bit reckless, the way we all wish we could be.

Kat, I felt, was the most changed, since her decision to allow ghosts back into her life is literally draining the life from her, b
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Cassie C
Sep 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arcs
Update 10/9/17:

See more reviews on my blog Novels and Necklaces

I was given an advanced copy of this book by Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.

Wow, wow, wow!! This was a fantastic sequel to The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts! I was happy to have both books so that I could read them back to back because I absolutely loved the world that Ms. Tansley created in the first novel. The Girl Who Saved Ghosts is an excellent addition to The Unbelievables series, and makes me want the third book
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LJ (On The Shelf Reviews)
The story begins by Kat being bombarded by ghosts looking for their reckonings so they can move on and not stay tied to this world. They all seem to be terrified of the Dark One who has made issued a death threat against Kat.

She receives help from an unlikely source, her dad’s family, a man whom she has never met.
She must travel back in time, with her friend Evan, to find a dagger if she has any hope of defeating the Dark One.

This book reminds me of many of my favourite magical TV shows and book
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Alicia (aka Rozzie) Chamberlain
Kat has been in a struggle since they came home from Castle Creighton. She's been constantly hounded by ghosts who are lining up for the chance to get their "reckoning", or their final piece before they can move on. They're lining up waiting to talk to her which is sapping her of all her strength. It leaves her helpless and weakened which is not good because of what fate has in store for them.

There is a great evil in the game now that you could even call the ultimate evil. It's an ancient evil t
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K.C Tansley lives with her warrior lapdog, Emerson, and two quirky golden retrievers on a hill somewhere in Connecticut. She tends to believe in the unbelievables—spells, ghosts, time travel—and writes about them.

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The Unbelievables (2 books)
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