The Sacrifice of Sunshine Girl (Haunting of Sunshine Girl Series #3)

The Sacrifice of Sunshine Girl (Haunting of Sunshine Girl Series #3)


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The final installment of the New York Times bestselling Haunting of Sunshine Girl trilogy (based on the hit YouTube channel, and in development for television) about a girl who can communicate with ghosts.

Is Sunshine Griffith who she thinks she is? Now that her luiseach powers are fully awakened, and having barely survived an abyss full of demons at the end of Book Two, Sunshine must figure out who-or what-has been organizing the forces of darkness against her.

Thanks to her brainiac boyfriend, Nolan, they not only unearth that Sunshine's death would trigger a calamitous event, but that all civilization depends on her survival. So when an unexpected event unleashes a fierce war between the luiseach and the demon army, Sunshine will learn a shocking truth about herself. Can she bring herself to make the ultimate sacrifice to save humankind?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781602862982
Publisher: Hachette Books
Publication date: 04/04/2017
Series: Haunting of Sunshine Girl Series , #3
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 453,755
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.30(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Paige McKenzie, began playing Sunshine as a high school junior. Today, the The Haunting of Sunshine Girl YouTube series boasts a viewership over 250 million views and is in development as a television show by The Weinstein Company. Paige lives in Portland, Oregon.

Nancy Ohlin is the author of Always, Forever, and Beauty. She is also the author of the YA novel Consent, and has contributed to several celebrity novels and bestselling Young Adult series.

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The Sacrifice of Sunshine Girl 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the creativity
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
I did really like this book. It really had some great moments, and definitely added to the whole luiseach mythology that it began in book one and continued well throughout the series. The ending was done very well, and very original and it worked perfectly. Unfortunately, about halfway through I got a little bogged down and moved on to other books, and then it took me a little bit before I was in the mood or not swamped down with other review books and was ready to pick it back up. There honestly were a lot of twists, and that is a good thing. It really kept me going when I did pick it up. It made it hard to put down once I did pick it up and had some time to read. There were many characters throughout that I wondered about, and then there were several new ones that you grew to really like, only to have them ripped away, or else only to find out they weren't who you thought they were. I loved the big showdown at the end, and loved the way that Sunshine had to basically sacrifice herself to save the day. Very "Buffy-esque" in my opinion, and anyone who knows me, knows how much I love Buffy and what high praise that is coming from me. As I read more and more adult romance these days though, I was definitely reminded of how squeaky clean this story was in the love department. Not a bad thing at all. It is just definitely something you can recommend if you want to make sure that there isn't too much of that for the teen you are giving it to. If you're interested in my reviews of the first two books, you can go HERE (Book 1) and HERE (Book 2). Since this is a sequel, I'm counting it as half of one of the books for my September is for Sequels Challenge, since I started it before September, and technically doesn't count.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you like Harry Potter or Ms. Peregrines Home for piculiar children you should read this.