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Midnight Reynolds and the Phantom Circus

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Twelve-year-old Midnight Reynolds is a middle-school student who works undercover for the Agency of Spectral Protection, helping ghosts cross over into the afterlife and saving her town from mishaps involving spectral energy. Now school’s out for the summer, and Midnight and her best friend Tabitha just want to have fun. But their plans are interrupted when a mysterious tr ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published September 1st 2019 by Albert Whitman Company
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I received an ARC copy of this book from Edelweiss

I definitely think this is my favorite book in the series so far. It might just be that I am FINALLY reading them 'in order' or it might be that Midnight's group of friends and therefore the main cast is growing which always makes a book more interesting, or it might be that I love anything to do with a haunted circus! This book continues on in the same vein as the first two with it being kind of spooky and supernatural but not actually outright
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These are cheerfully manic "spectral" adventures, with likeable characters and fast paced action. Midnight Reynolds is basically an on-call psychopomp, but spectral energy is tricky stuff and as a member of the Agency of Spectral Protection Midnight often finds herself in new, unusual, and dangerous situations. MILD SPOILER: This time out someone is stealing spectral energy from the living, (no doubt to extend their own villainous lives), and Midnight has to put a stop to that and re
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Catherine Holt is a middle grade author and librarian who was born in Australia but now lives in New Zealand. Because she is mysterious, she also writes under the name Amanda Ashby and her books have been nominated for a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award, and listed by the New York Public Libraryʼs Stuff for the Teen Age. ...more

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