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#154: She Smells the Dead - EJ Stevens

It's the beginning of senior year and Yuki's psychic awareness of ghostly spirits is threatening to ruin her life. Her ability to sense spirits of the dead isn't glamorous like the ghost hunting on television.
SHE SMELLS THE DEAD.
The smell impressions are becoming stronger. Yuki is being visited in her dreams, and she suspects that her friend Calvin is involved in something strange. To make matters worse her crush on Garrett is going unrequited, Yuki's friend Emma is on a rampage against bee oppression, and annoying Calvin Miller mysteriously disappears. Will Yuki be able to focus her powers in time to save the lost soul who is haunting her? Meanwhile, who will save Yuki from following the spirits into the light?

Paperback: 184 pages
Publisher: Sacred Oaks Press (August 19, 2010)
ISBN: 9780984247523
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My Opinion:
I love Yuki!
She's strong, brave, smart and knows what she wants. The kind of girl everyone should want to be, but she makes herself a bit of an outcast.
Very well rounded character for one with her ability. That vinegar smell, a dead guy. Yep, she really smells the dead. Could you imagine?!
I am stuck on the edge of a cliffhanger though, as now I need to get my hands on a copy of the next book in line.
Excellent storytelling from EJ, as she takes readers into a whole new dimension of fun! I think people of all ages will love it!
And on a personal note, thanks to EJ for adding part of my review in the back of the book, along with others praise for Shadows of Myth and Legend. Read my full review HERE.


5/5


Recommend? Definitely!!!


~I won my copy. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

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