Thursday, November 17, 2016

The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie

Screenshot from Amazon.com
I go through phases of being obsessed with ghosts. When Discovery Channel has reruns or marathons of A Haunting, I can't help but watch them. The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie is like that, but longer, more exciting, and full of twists!

Sunshine is a teenage girl who has always been different. When she's forced to leave her home in Texas and move with her mother to Washington, she has to leave all that she's ever know behind-- and since she's adopted, there's already not much that she knows about her past. When she arrives in Ridgemont, she begins to notice unsettling things that no one else seems to feel. She hesitates to say that the place is "haunted," but after a terrifying encounter in their new home, she's convinced that something's is wrong. 

With the help of her new friend Nolan, Sunshine must figure out the secrets of her home-- and herself-- in order to save those that she loves from unknown evil forces. 

Overall, The Haunting of Sunshine Girl, was exciting and easy to read. I always wanted to know what was going to happen next-- sometimes I had to force myself to slow down! There are some places where I feel like there were opportunities for the author to use more sensory details and description, but that's a pretty minor complaint. The book is apparently based off of a YouTube series that I haven't had a chance to check out yet--I'll get back to you guys when I do!

Overall, I'd give The Haunting of Sunshine Girl a 4.5/5 stars!


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