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Ghosts and Exiles

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Tilda Gray hates Spellhaven, the city where her husband was born, even though she has never set foot in the place, and she does not believe in the magic it's supposed to have held. Now her husband is dead, she would rather avoid any mention of the city. But her sons, Nicholas and James, have befriended Hugo, a young boy threatened by forces none of them understand. When Hu ...more
ebook, 300 pages
Published April 17th 2018 by Mirror World Publishing
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Tonja Drecker
Jun 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I did read the first book in the series, Spellhaven, and although Ghosts and Exiles weaves around mostly new characters, it would be advisable to start at the beginning of the series to understand the background information.

Hugo is a boy, who has an odd problem. He sees and hears ghosts. Lots of them. When his uncle approaches the mother of his best friends to try to figure out what is going on with Hugo, the mother, Tilda, wants nothing to do with. Her deceased husband was from Spellhaven, some
Jun 16, 2018 rated it liked it
Hugo is being tormented by ghosts. They are the ghosts he summoned himself in hopes they would befriend him and keep him company at his boarding school. However, the ghosts have done anything but, causing Hugo to become even more of an outcast and act out. Hugo's uncle, Stephen has become concerned about him and has turned to the mother of the two boys who have seemed to befriend Hugo at school. Tilda Gray and her boys, Nicholas and James seem to understand Hugo's problem more than Stephen can c ...more
May 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
A time and place no one will talk about. A lost civilization and way of life. Magic that the survivors will deny.
This is a spell binding tale of building a new world when their old one is destroyed. Yet the magic will not be left behind. It is a coming of age story and a tale of friendship and strength. There is a mystery to be solved. Those who have clues are unwilling to give them up.

I was entrigued yet a little lost at first. I enjoyed the language and the cryptic hints. There was enough ther
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