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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Girl Who Loved Ghosts is a work of fiction in the paranormal, time travel, and romance subgenres, and it serves as the third novel in The Unbelievables series. The work is intended for young adult readers and was penned by author K.C. Tansley. The work follows the journey of protagonist Kat, who is back at McTernan Academy for her senior year, but her magical training and destiny keep pulling her away from her normal life. The story unfolds with a sense of urgency as Kat and Evan, the heir to Ravenhurst Manor, are compelled to confront an evil entity and retrieve a crucial amulet. This book delves into the mysteries of time travel and magic and also explores themes of sacrifice, family, and destiny.
Author K.C. Tansley combines paranormal and gothic elements with a coming-of-age narrative in a deeply emotive and engaging style. Kat's struggles with her responsibilities and the consequences of time travel are portrayed with depth and authenticity, and I was especially impressed by the skill of the dialogue to convey her innermost thoughts without having them spoon-fed to YA readers. The strong relationships between the characters, both living and ghostly, add emotional resonance to the story, and Tansley's writing is vivid and immersive, drawing readers into a world where the past and present intertwine, and where the choices made by the characters have far-reaching consequences. Overall, The Girl Who Loved Ghosts is a thrilling installment in an imaginative series that keeps you eagerly turning the pages. It's a captivating blend of mystery, romance, and the supernatural, making it a must-read for fans of young adult paranormal fiction.