The Omen and the Ghostby John Townsend, Kelley Cunningham
Chris and Angela are traveling on his motorcycle when a mysterious blizzard blows in from nowhere. Then the engine quits. Luckily, they find shelter in the nearby Angel Inn. Then a stranger appears who wants to help. Or does he? See more details below
Chris and Angela are traveling on his motorcycle when a mysterious blizzard blows in from nowhere. Then the engine quits. Luckily, they find shelter in the nearby Angel Inn. Then a stranger appears who wants to help. Or does he?
Meet the Author
Kelley Cunningham has wanted to be an artist for as long as she can remember. After art school, she worked as an advertising art director, then went back to her first love, illustration. She has illustrated many books for children, as well as book covers and pieces for magazines. Kelley lives with her three sons, Sam, Noah, and Nathaniel, and their cat, Ivan, in Pennsylvania. In her spare time she is an art director in children's publishing.
John Townsend has been in teaching for 25 years, and has been a full-time writer since January 2003. He has written more than sixty books for young people, on such wide-ranging subjects as monsters, urban legends, spiders, computer crime, and spies. He has also written the recent thrillers The Hand and The Omen and the Ghost. He lives in England.
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I would recommend this book to students who like to read about mysteries. What I like the most about this book is the way the author gave the characters very interesting personalities. Chris is a very non-cautious character and Angela is a smart person who thinks before she does something. I like the way the author keeps you wondering if the people Chris meets along the way are real or ghosts. I definitely didn't expect the book to end the way it did. John Townsend did a very good job on this book, I would like to read more of his books.