Book Reviews

Book Review: Ghost Hunters: Bones in the Wall by Susan McCauley

Title: Ghost Hunters Bones in the Wall

Author: Susan McCauley

Genre: YA Horror

Publication Date: February 11, 2020

Rating: 4 Stars=Great Page Turner

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Alex is known for being a great ghost ball player until he is in a car wreck that takes his mother away. While trying to recover, he discovers his ability to see and talk to ghosts. It takes some getting use to but now there is a mean ghost trying to take him out. Alex has to find out how to get this ghost before it succeeds in harming him and others.

I will say the cover drew me to the book added with the description, which assured I would request it for review. This was a suspenseful book  where a young boy had to change and believe in himself in order to save others. Alex was trying to grief his mother but also trying to deal with what to do about his new ability and one he didn’t want.

His father really frustrated me because he wouldn’t believe anything his son told him. It was great that Alex could turn to his aunt Elena, cousin Hannah and best friend Jason for help. I also liked that Frank kept holding out on training Alex even though he was the best suited for him to learn how to take control of being a psychic. My favorite part in this book is the ending. You will have to read the book to find out why. I recommend this book to those who like young adult horror, paranormal or fantasy.

*I received this book from NetGalley for review purposes only.


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