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Spanish Mission

(Hope Blackwell #2)

4.34  ·  Rating details ·  99 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Hope Blackwell, the world’s second-worst psychic, is tired of dealing with both the living and the dead. Between wrangling the ghosts of the Founding Fathers, medical school, and dodging the paparazzi, she’s got her own problems (and that last attempt on her life left her more shaken than she’ll admit!). So she packs up her friends and heads to Las Vegas for some high-octa ...more
Kindle Edition, 247 pages
Published August 30th 2018 by A Girl and Her Fed Books
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Harald Koch
This story is all over the map with randomness and chaos and info-dumps. It feels like a debut novel (which it is not). Ugh.
Sep 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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I love Spangler. I read this book almost in one go. It was satisfying, funny, fast-paced, and all around a great story!
The second Hope Blackwell book opens one year after the Greek Key. The ghost of Thomas Paine just appeared to Hope friend, Mare, and Mare is justifiably freaking out. Hope takes Mare on a vacation when they get roped into a ghost hunting expedition that Hope thinks is bogus. But when she has contacted by the ghost of of a psychic Spanish nun who is trying to warn her about a dea
Stephen Ray
Sep 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Speedy's mouth gets them in trouble.

Speedy's mouth gets them in trouble. Hope's mouth digs the hole deeper. The fun is watching them get way over their heads, then try to climb their way back out.

This is a very readable, often funny, story about life, ghosts, and things that defy our understanding of the natural world. It includes a deeper look into the types of energy that infuse Spangler's created universe.

A very fun read.
Oct 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
The writing is more clear than in book one. Fun story for fans of the author’s webcomic- anyone new to the world would be so very lost.
Oct 15, 2018 rated it liked it
The historical figure backstory was more fleshed out in Greek Key (Hope Blackwell Book 1) but it was also kinda nice to see more action with Mare.
Dec 30, 2019 rated it really liked it
Pirates in the desert!

This is a pretty chaotic story, but Hope learns some interesting things about what she can do, and meets some fascinating ghosts.
Sep 09, 2018 rated it really liked it
The first Hope Blackwell book, Greek Key was such a fun ride through greek mythology, I was really looking forward to more from this character. K.B. Spangler does not disappoint with Spanish Mission. This time, it's a rambling good ghost ride in the American southwest, with the attendant mythology and hijinks.

If you don't know, Hope hangs out with the ghost of Ben Franklin and a super intelligent angry mutant koala named Speedy. I think that should be enough to get you to want to read this. :)

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K.B. Spangler lives in North Carolina with her husband and two completely awful dogs. They live in the decaying house of a dead poet. She is the author and artist of the webcomic, "A Girl and Her Fed," and author of novels and short stories. All projects include themes of privacy, politics, technology, civil liberties, the human experience, and how the lines between these blur like the dickens.


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