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Title : Charlie MacCready - The Ghost in the Attic
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ISBN : 9781401031473
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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Charlie MacCready - The Ghost in the Attic Reviews

  • Lbousson
    2019-02-24 05:43

    This, I believe, is the first book in the series.This story is aimed a YA boys, but I had a blast reading it too. I think it says a lot when a YA book can entice an older reader as well. Mr. MacCracken does a goo job of setting the story up and the characters are well defined and engaging. There is nothing too creepy or scary in here, so I think YA readers would be fine reading it as well.An enjoyable weekend was spent reading this. I would read another in this series.Three stars.

  • James McCracken
    2019-03-08 23:35