By the author of "I Know What You Did Last Summer" this book is about Sarah, who begins to see people's secrets in an antique glass paperweight when she plays a fortune teller at a school carnival.
Book is a good suspenseful read....Would reccomend it for teenagers, a young girl moves to a small town where nothing is what it seems. Secrets and witchcraft unveil......
Sarah, a young teenager, has visions in an antique glass paperweight when she plays a fortune teller at a school carnival. As the story unfolds she learns that the town her family has moved to appears to have some sort of spiritual karma from the salem with trials. A quick read and a nice spooky story with a bit of Salem History. For a teenager.
It was actually pretty good. A bit of a disappointing ending, but the plot is very interesting. Reincarnation and Salem witch trials all in one.
awesome read keps your intrest
One of those books you -know- you will want to reread, it's just so gripping. I sure did reread it, but that was always from the library - I can't wait to own it!
Another excellent book by Lois Duncan.
Duncan writes for the young adult level but the stories are still interesting and quick reads for anyone, I enjoy reading them to get away from the adult books with so much gore, etc. in them. Recommend this author and her stories.
The cover art on my book is not the same because it is the 1997 edition, but it is the same title and author and story.