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  1. says:

    Don't be deceived by the cover I picked this book out with hopes that it would be scary Although it did have a creepy vibe it was humorous than scary There are zombies ghostsand other creepy factors its still a middle readers book so it wasn't nearly as scary as I'd hoped I'm usually not that into full on horror anyways so I enjoyed this


  2. says:

    I like a good spooky ghost story This book had a lot of things going on There are ghosts zombies school bullies weird teachersadministration a very enthusiastic dog a like 100 year old voodoo feud and a very angry confederate solider sore loser amirite Most of the twists were predictable from very early on but there was one I definitely did not see coming I'd recommend this for middle grade readers who enjoy a spooky read or mysteries There is some violence which might not be appropriate for much younger readers


  3. says:

    Another funny and hartwarming ending although it was uite a draw in the beginning


  4. says:

    Reason for Reading Next in the seriesAhh it was such a blast sitting down with this next book about Zack Jennings the boy who sees ghosts Summer is over and Zack is finally starting at his new school This Middle School has been around since the end of the Civil War when the mansion was donated as such and over the years parts have been added onto it making it a maze of hallways and classrooms As soon as Zack arrives he's visited by a ghost from book one who tells him something major is going down at the school; a zombie in the depths of the basement below has reawakened and Zack needs to deal with it and the evil spirit that controls it before he takes over the body of an unknown student in the schoolThis has all the ingredients for a great horror story Two ghost children from 1910 who died in a fire in the school under mysterious circumstances and are out for revenge a zombie or two ghost stories a few gruesome deaths and children's souls in peril Zack has been warned that adults cannot be involved so he can't tell his stepmother Judy who also sees ghosts and has been his supernatural sleuthing partner for the first two books Instead Zack makes friends with two loneroutcast type kids and they are pulled into the events with Zack But not only does Zack have to deal with the supernatural he also has two very alive people on his trail and trying to get into the basements as well for the original owner of the mansion is said to have stolen a sizable treasure of Confederate gold during the war and hidden it somewhere on the property These two baddies are related to a soldier buried in the nearby Civil War Cemetery and they know all about people who can communicate with the deadI really enjoyed Zack and Judy working together in the first books so I did miss her presence in this book but happily she does remain as a minor character Zack's new friends are both very interesting characters and will make a welcome addition to the cast in future books Malik is black with a recently out of work dad and an ailing mother who needs a kidney transplant but is currently confined to a wheelchair because they have no insurance and can't afford dialysis at the moment; Azalea appears to be your typical Goth girl on the outside with a morbid interest in death but she and her mom are living with an aunt because her army father is in Afghanistan I think? again and she knows once he's back they'll pick up and move again like alwaysThis is my favourite of the first three books A great story with interesting ghosts who have creepy backgrounds and an evil spirit trained in the arts of voodoo and of course the zombie or two to make things a little gruesome The new characters add elements to the book that is making Zack's personal world real over the course of the three books I rarely make definite age suggestions but I think this series will be most appreciated by 10 14's Older teens will find it too tame and younger than ten may find it too gruesome unless they are used to that sort of thing A great horror read for MGs Highly recommendedWhile the books are independent of each other; there is not a continuing story line Each consecutive book does contain ghostly characters met in previous books so while not necessary it does make it fun to read them in order


  5. says:

    This is technically the third book in Grabenstein's Haunted Places series but wholly stands alone without a problem as evidence to this I have not read the previous two The series follows a boy named Zach Jennings who can see and communicate with spirits In this book Zach is just entering a new private school for sixth grade the Horace P Petti school What he doesn't know is that Captain Petti was a thief who stole Confederate gold during the Civil War and built the school on top of his hiding spot waiting for decades as a spirit for his sole descendant to be draw to the school using a voodoo charm so he could inhabit their body and regain his fortune Things get a bit complicated when the school's bumbling janitor finds Petti's secret entrance way and accidentally gets bitten by his guard zombie Meanwhile Zach's lovely new history teacher is acting a little funny and seems awfully eager to get Zach and his friends together alone Also this school is INSANELY haunted Can Zach and the spirits work together to save the school?This is a cute paranormal mystery for a younger age set It reads uick and is written well It's a nice segue into the genre for younger readers


  6. says:

    Another delightful addition to the Zack Jennings series This one finds Zack starting at a new school which is OF COURSE haunted By several ghosts Including a voodoo high priest And there are zombiesOnce again Grabenstein has crafted a fun fast paced and interesting paranormal mystery for young readers I just love reading these I devour them They are such a good time when you're reading and they go by so uickly Grabenstein is delightful in this series I love seeing Zack's character develop as he struggles with his abilities I consistently look forward to reading these I can't wait to read the next I have an ARC sitting at homeOne little uirk with this one it's cataloged and shelved in the young adult section here at my library while the rest are in junior fiction Not sure why there is nothing mature about this one compared to the other titles in the series so it may just be a fluke Regardless I will continue to adore these as long as he continues to write them


  7. says:

    As far as I'm concerned Chris Grabenstein can just keep writing as many books starring Zack Jennings as he wants I'll gladly keep reading them recommending them especially to middle grade kids who like their reading creepy Zack's new house has been repaired from the damage sustained in some earlier adventures now he's going to be starting 6th grade at the school his dad went to He's hoping to make a lot of new friends have a fresh start but the friends he had in mind weren't dead Unfortunately this is one very haunted middle school But Zack does make some new living friends to help him out in solving what has caused the awakening of a zombie on school property as well as his beloved stepmother some old non living friends The scary is well tinged with humor the characters are great It's impossible not to like Zack


  8. says:

    With a fresh start at a new school Zack isn't really surprised when his ghostly pal Davy shows up in his new locker He is a bit surprised when and ghosts show up with dire warnings of zombies ghosts and the lure of stolen Confederate gold and warnings not to tell any adults for their own safety Much fun though maybe not for those sueamish about zombie dining habits D Looking forward to


  9. says:

    Delightfully entertaining romp through Middle School Zack can see and communicate with ghosts and sees two mischievous boys the first day Zack has to try and help the ghosts protect the kids in school find the zombie and try to keep him from eating brains zombie favorite find the treasure and keep the vodoo king from stealing a soul Average day right???Zack is a likeable character and I found myself caught up in his adventures Well done


  10. says:

    I really liked all these books in this series At first they seem hard to follow because so many characters are introduced so fast and they don't seem related at all But after a while you start to see how everything is woven together and you might just learn something along the way These books move fast and are a fun read Not crazy about the pop culture references but it's not a big deal I hope Chris Grabenstein writes in this series It's hard to find a good ghost story these days


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The Smoky Corridor Haunted Mystery #3

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Escape From Mr Lemoncello's Library comes a series of spine tingling mysteries to keep you up long after the lights go outZack is about to start at his new school and his dad who went there years before tells Zack the stories of the haunted janitor’s closet the specter of a dead crossing. I like a good spooky ghost story This book had a lot of things going on There are ghosts zombies school bullies weird teachersadministration a very enthusiastic dog a like 100 year old voodoo feud and a very angry confederate solider sore loser amirite Most of the twists were predictable from very early on but there was one I definitely did not see coming I'd recommend this for middle grade readers who enjoy a spooky read or mysteries There is some violence which might not be appropriate for much younger readers The Blind Side of Love the New York Times bestselling author of Escape From Mr Lemoncello's Library comes a series of spine This Is How We Pray tingling mysteries The Halloween Mix-Up to keep you up long after The Power of Letting Go the lights go outZack is about Sebastian to start at his new school and his dad who went The Day Dixie Died: The Battle of Atlanta there years before The Pirate Primer: Mastering the Language of Swashbucklers and Rogues tells Zack The Pirate Primer the stories of The Pirate Primer: Mastering the Language of Swashbucklers and Rogues the haunted janitor’s closet The Wit and Wisdom of Ozzy Osbourne the specter of a dead crossing. I like a good spooky ghost story This book had a lot of The Wit and Wisdom of Ozzy Osbourne things going on There are ghosts zombies school bullies weird The Prop Builders Molding & Casting Handbook teachersadministration a very enthusiastic dog a like 100 year old voodoo feud and a very angry confederate solider sore loser amirite Most of Мегре и човекът на пейката the Shot on Gold twists were predictable from very early on but Intelligence Powder there was one I definitely did not see coming I'd recommend The Nearest Thing To Life this for middle grade readers who enjoy a spooky read or mysteries There is some violence which might not be appropriate for much younger readers

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Guard and the Donnelly brothers who perished in a suspicious fire Dad doesn’t know that Zack has already met the Donnellys’ ghosts who have warned Zack that there is an evil zombie under the school Zack also learns that while zombies are usually content eating corpses if they happen to bite someone who isn’t dead that person also. Reason for Reading Next in the seriesAhh it was such a blast sitting down with this next book about Zack Jennings the boy who sees ghosts Summer is over and Zack is finally starting at his new school This Middle School has been around since the end of the Civil War when the mansion was donated as such and over the years parts have been added onto it making it a maze of hallways and classrooms As soon as Zack arrives he's visited by a ghost from book one who tells him something major is going down at the school; a zombie in the depths of the basement below has reawakened and Zack needs to deal with it and the evil spirit that controls it before he takes over the body of an unknown student in the schoolThis has all the ingredients for a great horror story Two ghost children from 1910 who died in a fire in the school under mysterious circumstances and are out for revenge a zombie or two ghost stories a few gruesome deaths and children's souls in peril Zack has been warned that adults cannot be involved so he can't tell his stepmother Judy who also sees ghosts and has been his supernatural sleuthing partner for the first two books Instead Zack makes friends with two loneroutcast type kids and they are pulled into the events with Zack But not only does Zack have to deal with the supernatural he also has two very alive people on his trail and trying to get into the basements as well for the original owner of the mansion is said to have stolen a sizable treasure of Confederate gold during the war and hidden it somewhere on the property These two baddies are related to a soldier buried in the nearby Civil War Cemetery and they know all about people who can communicate with the deadI really enjoyed Zack and Judy working together in the first books so I did miss her presence in this book but happily she does remain as a minor character Zack's new friends are both very interesting characters and will make a welcome addition to the cast in future books Malik is black with a recently out of work dad and an ailing mother who needs a kidney transplant but is currently confined to a wheelchair because they have no insurance and can't afford dialysis at the moment; Azalea appears to be your typical Goth girl on the outside with a morbid interest in death but she and her mom are living with an aunt because her army father is in Afghanistan I think again and she knows once he's back they'll pick up and move again like alwaysThis is my favourite of the first three books A great story with interesting ghosts who have creepy backgrounds and an evil spirit trained in the arts of voodoo and of course the zombie or two to make things a little gruesome The new characters add elements to the book that is making Zack's personal world real over the course of the three books I rarely make definite age suggestions but I think this series will be most appreciated by 10 14's Older teens will find it too tame and younger than ten may find it too gruesome unless they are used to that sort of thing A great horror read for MGs Highly recommendedWhile the books are independent of each other; there is not a continuing story line Each consecutive book does contain ghostly characters met in previous books so while not necessary it does make it fun to read them in order