The Terror of Black Eagle Tavern

The Terror of Black Eagle Tavern

by Megan Atwood

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Children's Literature - Bonita Herold
Todd's family has problems, serious problems; his parents' bar is losing customers at such a rapid rate that they will soon be out of business. While the bar has always been noted as haunted, the ghost has always been friendly. When the mild-mannered ghost is displaced by one with a rotten disposition, the atmosphere takes a decided turn for the worse. Glasses fly, people get caught in freezers, and all sorts of havoc is wreaked. At Todd's request, in step Jackson and Jinx, lead investigators (and only members) of their paranormal club. They pull out all stops and fire up their ghost-hunting apparatus as they prepare to spend the night. It is up to them to figure out what has gone wrong, particularly since Todd's potential scholarship hinges on their success. As Case #2 in "The Paranormalists" series, the book brings back Jinx, a freshman who enjoys basking in her "weirdness," and her ghost-hunting partner Jackson. While much of the story seems to be directed at high schoolers—the main characters are high school students—its innocence is more appropriate for a younger crowd. Middle-grade and perhaps struggling high-school readers will likely enjoy the series. Reviewer: Bonita Herold

Product Details

Darby Creek Publishing
Publication date:
The Paranormalists Series, #2
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.20(d)
HL600L (what's this?)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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