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Raising the Dead
     

Raising the Dead

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by Mara Purnhagen
 

Charlotte Silver's world is like no one else's...

As the daughter of the famous Silver Spirits paranormal investigators, Charlotte Silver is used to all things weird. But when coffins start floating down her street during a flood, life turns extra strange. And wonderful, when her friend and crush Noah signs on to help Charlotte and her folks in the

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Charlotte Silver's world is like no one else's...

As the daughter of the famous Silver Spirits paranormal investigators, Charlotte Silver is used to all things weird. But when coffins start floating down her street during a flood, life turns extra strange. And wonderful, when her friend and crush Noah signs on to help Charlotte and her folks in the aftermath. Cemetery cleanup might not sound exciting, but as shocking discoveries and a lurking stranger come to light, Charlotte learns that sometimes, raising the dead can bring unexpected rewards.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426888786
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Series:
Past Midnight
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
409,158
File size:
408 KB
Age Range:
14 Years

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Raising the Dead 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 533 reviews.
N_M_K More than 1 year ago
I didn't realize it was a Harlequin Teen book - but I enjoyed it. (Being many decades away from my teens!!) It was a great light read.
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pretty good read
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S-m-b More than 1 year ago
Just so you don't do what I did. This book has 83 pages. Not 304. I thought I only had the sample. But if I had looked at the file size I would have known it was the whole book I already owned. B &N customer service was great and fixed MY error. Just wanted others to know.
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Anon-E-Mouse More than 1 year ago
This was a really decent read. There was solid characterization, and the romance (kept to a friendship, going against all cliches!) was very low-key. It remained very teen-appropriate and realistic for the POV. I could totally buy into the story of a girl that came into contact with something that she's just not sure about. The only issues I have is that this was too short to tie up all the plot threads that were brought up. The point of the ghoul in all of this? Coming to peace with seeing a spirit? Bringing peace to the undead? All of it left hanging. THere was also a good deal of attention paid to her friend's romance, which made me think that it would be important somehow... and it wasn't at all. To boot, the ending was completely anti-climactic. It would have worked if there were something between the climax and it with wrapping things up, but with all these things left without resolve, it was a major disappointment.