Ghost Girl

Ghost Girl

The True Story of A Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her

Book - 1991
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Jadie is an eight-year-old girl who starts to shift from painful silence to aggressive outbursts and pleas for help. When she scribbles a series of satanic markings, she offers a clue to the mysterious source of her emotional pain and begins a difficult journey into the realm of satanic cultism.
Publisher: Boston, Mass. ; Toronto : Little, Brown, c1991.
ISBN: 9780316351676
0316351679
Characteristics: 307 pages ;,22 cm.

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Seema0541
Aug 06, 2014

I think this was a really good book. It wasn't what I expected, I thought i picked up a scary book, not one based on a true story, but nonetheless, it's hard to put down. Pretty good book.

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jtkretzschmar
Dec 03, 2013

What a disturbing book. I remember reading Torey Hayden when I was about 12 years old... after finishing this book, I'm quite sure it was not age appropriate. It was an engaging novel with my only complaint being that sometimes the story line dragged on.

It was like reading Kathy Reichs on steroids.

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mdavids5
Jul 15, 2011

A thought provoking book that was hard to put down. I read this when I was a teenager and continue to remember how great it was well into adulthood.

penpencil22 Jun 24, 2011

absolutely thrilling and captivating. I couldn't put it down. While the debate over the accuracy of the child's account will never end, it still makes you think.

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