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KLIATTIn this sequel to Don't Die, Dragonfly, Sabine Rose is living with her grandmother since she was expelled from her last high school after her psychic gifts revealed the impending death of a classmate. Accompanied by her ghostly guide Opal and her nemesis Dominic (her grandmother's "handyman" who also has psychic gifts), as well as Thorn, a friend from school who dresses Goth but is a "finder," Sabine sets off to discover lost relatives who may hold the cure for her grandmother's illness. The troubled soul of a young girl who supposedly committed suicide sidetracks them. Her ghost is now idolized at a yearly town tribute. That mystery is resolved, but the grandmother's illness will require a witch ball. The final chapter sets up the sequel, Witch Ball. Readers will be able to pick up the story here, but will probably then go back to read the first volume. An intriguing cover will draw interest. Well-packaged light chills that should be a hit with teen girls, especially those who read the first book. (The Seer, #2). KLIATT Codes: JS—Recommended for junior and senior high school students. 2005, Llewellyn, 242p., Ages 12 to 18.