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Something Strange and Ever After: Something Strange and Deadly, Book 3

By Julie A. Carlson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

More gore in trilogy's riveting, epic finale in Egypt.

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Readers will be sad to see the adventures of Eleanor and the Spirit-Hunters come to an end -- but they will not be disappointed with the conclusion. Strange and Ever After is a solid book with riveting scenes, heroic conquests, and plenty of action. The gothic atmosphere is rich, and characters leap off the page. The novel takes on darker themes, but its key message is about the value of friendship. This satisfying conclusion ties up loose ends and leaves readers with the hope that there's always a brighter tomorrow.

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