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Stevie Girl and the Phantom Student

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Of her death over and over until Jase and she finally track down the location of the tragic event the abandoned Crossroads Elementary SchoolThey soon discover that the ghost is trying to protect Derol who like her is t. Ghosts won't take no for an answerWhen Stevie girl and Jase solved the mystery of the Phantom Pilot they opened a door into another world It's hardly surprising that another spirit finds them and demands help in her own weird way To solve this mystery Stevie must open a door into the past and discover things about her mother The ghost also helps her deal with prejudice against a new friend who shows up at school When Stevie and Jase both see the phantom haunting the old elementary school they realize this mystery must be solved The ghost won't take no for an answerThese stories take me back to another era a time that seemed simpler and safer than today I love the characters of Stevie girl and Jase Their innocence and curiosity are refreshing I read the other books in this series out of order but it didn't matter The stories are all stand alone and easy to understand without reading the whole series I warn you though It's like eating potato chips you can't stop with just one Dive in and get to know these delightful characters The stories are not just for kids

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When Stevie and Jase befriend Derol Pavey a boy with Tourette Syndrome strange things start to happen The phantom of a little girl begins haunting Stevie appearing in the mirrors of her house She shows Stevie the moment. GoodPlot and characters were good Kids love this sort of story Kind of creepy Kind of educational A must read

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Ormented for being different What goes around comes around and on a dark and desperate Halloween night Stevie and Jase learn just how deadly bullying can beAlso included in the paperback edition The Phantom Pilot Book O. Stevie girl and the Phantom Student by Ann Swann is another YA delight Stevie girl our plucky young heroine and her best friend Jase thought they were done with spooky spirits when they helped The Phantom Pilot in the first book of this delightful seriesNow its nearly Halloween and Stevie is being haunted by an apparition when she looks in the mirror Is the ghost trying to tell them something Does it have to do with the new student Dereyl Is his disability the reason the ghost has suddenly started appearing How can Stevie girl and Jase help their new friend and solve the case of the Phantom StudentKudos to Ms Swann for tackling the difficult subject of Tourette's Syndrome and bullying And over for her gifted storytelling I love all the marvelous references to the sixties her dialog and descriptions that pull you fully into Stevie girl's world Well as you can tellI'm a big fan of Ms Swann and this particular series I listened to the Audible version of this story narrated by Abby Elvidge who really brought the characters to life I can't wait to begin the next adventure with Stevie girlMOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED


About the Author: Ann Swann

is the author of STEVIE GIRL AND THE PHANTOMS SERIES as well as ALL FOR LOVE a contemporary women's novel 5 Prince Publishing and STUTTER CREEK a romantic suspense novel about a woman who goes looking for an old flame and finds a serial killer instead The follow up book LILAC LANE is also a romantic suspense novel detailing one woman's uest to escape an abusive ex husband Book three is set near Stutter Creek at COPPER LAKE It details the plight of Detective Kendra Dean who finds herself face to face with a deranged killer ALL FOR LOVE is Ann's only women's novel so far it is the tale of a young woman who found out that the man of her dreams just might be the worst thing that ever happened to herAnn has also written in the horror genre TAKERS Apocalypse in Eden is her first novel in that field One reviewer described it as a bloody dark and fast moving book She has a few short stories in the horror genre too Check out her page to see what is offered



9 thoughts on “Stevie Girl and the Phantom Student

  1. says:

    Whenever I read a book that I love with characters I want to spend time with and the author writes a seuel I have mixed feelings My first reaction is Wonderful I can't wait to go on another adventure with my new friends And then just before reading the first page of the seuel I have a lurch in my stomach What if the new book isn't as good as the first one? What if the characters do things that make me not love them any? Do I really want to risk the good feelings I have from the first book?I needn't have worried I loved Stevie and Jase in The Phantom Pilot but I love them even in The Phantom Student More layers have been added to their back stories and their relationship is growing deeper—still best friends but with a tiny hint of possible future romance as they age together which was endearing This book is not soda pop and bubble gum however Serious and important themes of bullying misunderstood people who are different and untimely death and loss are deftly woven into a beautiful story of mystery and friendship


  2. says:

    Stevie and Jase befriend the new kid in school Derol Pavey who has Tourette Syndrome and soon strange things begin to happen A little ghostly girl begins haunting Stevie and the kids wonder if she is somehow connected to Derol's arrival Soon the kids are involved in a tangled web of the past bullying and the conseuences of mistreating those who are different The Phantom Student is book two in The Phantom Series by Ann Swann We met Stevie and Jase in book one The Phantom Pilot and now we follow them on this new adventure This is a wonderful book that holds your attention from the first page to the last Ms Swann has a beautiful way with words and captivates her audience with her excellence in writing I thoroughly enjoyed The Phantom Student and can't wait for book three in the series


  3. says:

    GoodPlot and characters were good Kids love this sort of story Kind of creepy Kind of educational A must read


  4. says:

    Audiobook ReviewI was wowed by the narrator She has the absolute perfect voice to voiceover a book such as this young almost juvenile yet capable of handling the older voices Even though this book is for the younger set I could not help but shed tears throughout I loved the experience learning about a syndrome I didn’t know about — Tourette SyndromeAuthor Ann Swann had a mission Her story told a tale of bullies and how they harm others She introduces a student Derol Pavey different from other students Not only is he from a foreign country but he has Tourette Syndrome which can be funny to watch if you don’t understand it and perhaps even if you doHer stories in this series remind me of the books I read when young — you know the Nancy Drew mysteries? Although Stevie girl is much younger she is brave smart and stands for what is right She is also very kind and considerate to her elders and other less fortunate Steve girl and Jase are wonderfully adorable children They exemplify all we wish our children and ourselves could beThis series takes me back to the time I was young Ann Swann creates a setting very much authentic in my experience of the 1970’s and earlier It was a time where people looked after people somehow simpler than these days we liveI enjoyed the role Stevie girl’s grandfather plays — a man who loves his granddaughter enough to give her space to grow with responsibility I absolutely loved the way Jase and Stevie girl begin trusting each other relying that the other would be there when needed Their relationship deepens in book 2Adding the phantom Sally Jean makes a great story very much a mystery as to why she keeps appearing to Stevie girl and then others Ann Swann knows how to write a story for the young and old alike


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    Stevie Girl and the Phantom Student is another charming ghost story by Ann Swan This is the second book in the Phantom Trilogy While I really enjoyed the first book Stevie Girl and the Phantom Pilot Phantom Student is a much developed story with it's recording lasting 7 12 hours compared with nearly 3 hours for the first one All of the books center around two teenagers Stevie and Jase as they experience life growing up in 19691970 Texas and ghosts needing assistance finding peace In Phantom Student Stevie is haunted by a young ghost girl who experiences awful fits every time she appears It turns out the ghost is trying to protect Derol a new boy in school with Tourette Syndrome with whom Stevie and Jase befriend Derol and the ghost girl arewere both victims of extreme bullying What I enjoy most about the Phantom stories is the writer's ability to evoke emotions from a mere reading of them For example it is obvious that Jase and Stevie's friendship is slowing turning into a meaningful relationship I can't help but recall how I felt nearly 35 years ago when I first awkwardly stumbled around with my first love I've not thought about that time in my life in years if not decadesI listened to the Audible version of this story narrated by Abby Elvidge who did an outstanding job She was very believable as teenagers and provided different voices for each of the characters young and old Simply put she contributed immensely to my enjoyment of this audio bookAs I mentioned in my review of the first book in this series the Phantom stories remind me of the Mediator Series by Meg Cabot Like with that series I recommended the Phantom books to my teen daughter who uickly devoured them and enjoyed them as much as I did If that is not a ringing endorsement I don't know what is


  6. says:

    Ghosts won't take no for an answerWhen Stevie girl and Jase solved the mystery of the Phantom Pilot they opened a door into another world It's hardly surprising that another spirit finds them and demands help in her own weird way To solve this mystery Stevie must open a door into the past and discover things about her mother The ghost also helps her deal with prejudice against a new friend who shows up at school When Stevie and Jase both see the phantom haunting the old elementary school they realize this mystery must be solved The ghost won't take no for an answerThese stories take me back to another era a time that seemed simpler and safer than today I love the characters of Stevie girl and Jase Their innocence and curiosity are refreshing I read the other books in this series out of order but it didn't matter The stories are all stand alone and easy to understand without reading the whole series I warn you though It's like eating potato chips you can't stop with just one Dive in and get to know these delightful characters The stories are not just for kids


  7. says:

    Stevie girl and the Phantom Student by Ann Swann is another YA delight Stevie girl our plucky young heroine and her best friend Jase thought they were done with spooky spirits when they helped The Phantom Pilot in the first book of this delightful seriesNow its nearly Halloween and Stevie is being haunted by an apparition when she looks in the mirror Is the ghost trying to tell them something? Does it have to do with the new student Dereyl? Is his disability the reason the ghost has suddenly started appearing? How can Stevie girl and Jase help their new friend and solve the case of the Phantom Student?Kudos to Ms Swann for tackling the difficult subject of Tourette's Syndrome and bullying And over for her gifted storytelling I love all the marvelous references to the sixties her dialog and descriptions that pull you fully into Stevie girl's world Well as you can tellI'm a big fan of Ms Swann and this particular series I listened to the Audible version of this story narrated by Abby Elvidge who really brought the characters to life I can't wait to begin the next adventure with Stevie girlMOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED


  8. says:

    I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I love love love these characters and this writers pure and wholesome style of writingAlthough it is set in the 70sit passes on valuable lessons for today's youth alsoIn this story Stevie starts seeing a little phantom girl in her mirror and gets a little scaredwho wouldn't? lol Well she has Jase check it out and they go to schoola new kid joins there classone who is differenthis name is Daryl and he has Touretteshe is different and shywell bullies target people like that and having such a big heart Stevie takes him into her circle of friendswe learn that the little phantom girl was a victim of bullies tooand through the kindness of Stevie and Jase they are able to help her move on and make a good new friend in DarylLOVED ITThank You Audiobookblastdotcom


  9. says:

    Stevie girl and the Phantom Student ReviewThis was an Audible audiobookI really enjoyed this story Great writing along with wonderful narration I love Ann Swann's work and Abby Elvidge is one of my favorite narratorsI wish my review could be longer however I'm likely having unexpected shoulder surgeryLove this seriesAudiobook received in exchange for an honest review


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