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Ghostlight Avery is looking forward to another summer at Grandma s farm, at least until her brother says he s too old for Kingdom, the imaginary world they d spent years creating Lucky for her, there s a new kid staying in the cottage down the road a city boy with a famous dad, Julian s than a little full of himself, but he s also a storyteller like Avery So when he announces his plan to film a ghost story, Avery is eager to join in Unfortunately, Julian wants to film at Hilliard House, a looming, empty mansion that Grandma has absolutely forbidden her to enter As terrified as Avery is of Grandma s wrath, the allure of filmmaking is impossible to resist As the kids explore the secrets of Hilliard house, eerie things begin to happen, and the imaginary dangers in their movie threaten to become very real Have Avery and Julian awakened a menacing presence Can they turn back before they go too far


About the Author: Sonia Gensler

I am a former high school teacher turned full time writer living in Oklahoma with my husband and my cat My books include THE REVENANT Knopf 2011 , a ghostly mystery set at a Cherokee girls school, THE DARK BETWEEN Knopf 2013 a Gothic murder mystery set in Cambridge, England, and GHOSTLIGHT Knopf 2015 a contemporary MG mystery about a haunted house film project PLEASE NOTE I m not assigning stars to book reviews any I m really not writing reviews, either Mostly I m just tracking my reading, and rest assured that if a book shows up on my Goodreads list, it was a worthwhile read.



10 thoughts on “Ghostlight

  1. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    I really enjoyed this ghostly adventure Set in a quiet town, with old Victorian homes and modern cottages, Avery our main character is on summer vacation along with her brother Finding things to do can be tedious, but when a boy moves in near their Grandmothers home, the a


  2. Ms. Yingling Ms. Yingling says:

    E ARC from Blue Slip MediaAvery loves to visit her grandmother on her farm, but is irritate that her older brother, Blake wants to devote himself to his summer reading instead of playing with her Luckily, Julian and his younger sister Lily are staying with their country music singe


  3. Aeicha Aeicha says:

    Twelve year old Avery loves spending the summer at her Grandma s house, but this summer is different Avery s older brother, Blake, says he s too old for their imaginary world of Kingdom Lucky for Avery, there s a city boy staying with his famous father in the cottage down the way Julian, an


  4. Dark Faerie Tales Dark Faerie Tales says:

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty Young teens investigate a haunted house in this spooky and entertaining read They also learn hard truths about secrets and the power of forgiveness.Opening Sentence We d only been at Grandma s for five minutes before Blake ruined everything.The Review


  5. Tom RWG3 Tom RWG3 says:

    Ghostlight is the popular horror fiction story which was written by author Sonia Gensler The book talks about some horror experience on the Hilliard house which Avery grandmother notices Avery and her brother Julian that they shouldn t go The story begins on the main character, Avery and her brother summer d


  6. Angie Angie says:

    I started this one during Halloween week, but another, scarier book, gained my full attention From what I read, it s a juvenile fiction book that s a pretty easy read, as the writing is simple Perhaps tweens ages 9 would enjoy it s spooky ness


  7. Kristen Kristen says:

    Creepy


  8. Connie T. Connie T. says:

    Mary Downing Hahn is a master at writing ghost stories for children I love her books They are suspenseful, scary, and keep you on the edge of your seat Unfortunately for Sonia Gensler, her novel Ghostlight is none of those things The story starts off slow and boring it wasn t until I was 2 5 into it that things started to pick up I th


  9. Michelle Michelle says:

    Epic fail It s a ghost story, but with a harmless ghost who only appears once kind of , and there s nothing remotely scary AT ALL For the love of all that s holy, please take a pass on this one Read The Wardstone Chronicles by Joseph Delaney instead Or anything Just not this.ETA I left my copy lying around on my bedroom floor, and my cat urina


  10. Tiffany Martin Tiffany Martin says:

    This was a great book Loved how the farm s history unfolds and the tragic past of it all I also adore the closure provided in figuring out who is haunting the old, deserted farmhouse Another aspect of this that I enjoyed was the kids making a film, a ghost movie, and how making this film actually brings our heroine and her brother closer together as we


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