Rebel Stone

"Rebel Stone and the Ghost Whisperers" took me back to my tween years. I am an avid reader and in jr high I would devour three to six books a day. Reading about Rebel Stone by Walter Rouzer reminded me how fun it is to just let your imagination run wild. I so forgot the thrill of expecting the unexpected.

So now I will advise you to let your own tween have a jolt through the walls of Morgan McGurie's Mansion. They will be off on an adventure learning to help challenge the dark forces (we all remember doing that) and learning that things are all topsey turvey. Of course the plant is saved and all is good in the world by the end of the book. But would we have it any other way?

I am not going to give away what happens. I did not expect the turn of events. And if a 40-something grandma can still hide in the covers of this book then your tween will too.
Go visit "Rebel Stone and the Ghost Whispers" for yourself.

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