Ghost Girl in the Corner (The Shadowshaper Cypher Series, Novella #1)

Ghost Girl in the Corner (The Shadowshaper Cypher Series, Novella #1)

by Daniel José Older

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Overview

Set between the New York Times bestseller Shadowshaper and its upcoming sequel Shadowhouse Fall, this novella of mystery, love and loss will draw you deep into Daniel José Older's magical Brooklyn.

"A Brooklyn with a heart that pounds as mightily as the characters Older has created." --Bustle

"The perfect sequelita to #Shadowshaper." --Black Girl Nerds

Trying to shake off the strange malaise that separates her from even her girlfriend Izzy, Tee decides to take over the Bed-Stuy Searchlight for the summer. But then she finds an alluring violet dress in the newspaper office, and a cute ghost girl no one else can see.

Izzy can tell Tee's drifting away from her -- she misses Izzy's shows and skips shadowshaper practice -- and she won't stand for it. Yet when a girl goes missing in Bed-Stuy, Izzy needs Tee to get the word out and help investigate. Can they break through their distance and reconnect before someone else dies?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781338171303
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 11/29/2016
Series: Shadowshaper Cypher Series
Sold by: Scholastic, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 80
Sales rank: 342,878
File size: 5 MB
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

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Ghost Girl in the Corner 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
18876111 More than 1 year ago
I wish I didn't have to wait till September for Shadowhouse Fall. I really enjoyed this novella, and getting more of the side characters, especially Izzy and Tee and seeing more of their relationship. I also really loved the little mystery.
BlowPop More than 1 year ago
I adored this book. It’s a nice novella to tide you over in between Shadowshaper and Shadowhouse Fall that’s coming out later this year. I haven’t read Bone Street Rumba but I did catch the character that appeared in this novella from that world. I also caught a lot of other references that I’m not going to mention because you’ll just have to read it and catch them yourself (and it’s so worth it trust me). I adored the fact that this, like Shadowshaper, was a political commentary especially with regards to how police can and do tend to treat brown people when they go missing. Which basically comes down to the fact of if you’re not white they don’t particularly care as much. I definitely advise you read this book AFTER reading Shadowshaper (it’ll make SO MUCH MORE sense).