"Written in the personable, gutsy voice of plainspoken Elijah, McKenzie's work betrays some influence of the Potter books, as well as a bit of Poe and Irving, but delivers a fresh, spooky shiver. (Fantasy. 10 & up)"
Set in 1927 rural New England, McKenzie's atmospheric debut contains all the trappings of a good dark-and-stormy-night ghost story.
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