The Ghosts Grave

A boy named Josh spends the summer with his aunt, he meets a ghost and it needs Josh to do something for him. In order for Josh to complete this task he has to dig up an old grave, this leads to a bigger mess. How will Josh get out of it and put his ghost friend to rest? This was a good book, it truthfully wasn’t all that memorable, but a nice read. Written by: Peg Kehret 210 pages

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8 thoughts on “The Ghosts Grave

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  2. In this grand scheme of things you’ll receive a B+ with regard to effort. Exactly where you actually misplaced me personally was first in the particulars. As as the maxim goes, details make or break the argument.. And it couldn’t be much more correct here. Having said that, permit me say to you what exactly did give good results. The writing is certainly quite engaging and this is most likely the reason why I am making an effort to opine. I do not make it a regular habit of doing that. Secondly, even though I can notice the leaps in logic you come up with, I am not really certain of just how you appear to connect the details that make the conclusion. For right now I will, no doubt subscribe to your position but trust in the future you actually connect the facts better.

    • I read this book a long time ago, I couldn’t quite remember all the details. Not my best post, but be sure to check out my other posts, they are much better. Thanks for the review!

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