Ruined paula morris ebook
During the last few chapters things do pick up when the truth is finally revealed and there is a potential murder and sacrifice.
She's staying in a creepy house with her aunt, who reads tarot cards.
They are not really developed enough for my liking.But then, it ends, just as it begins to get interesting.They form a friendship, but behind it there is a secret which Rebecca slowly unravels and discovers the truth.Verdict: Overall, this is a nicely written book, but not outstanding.The plot is quite good and we are introduced to Rebecca, who is the only person (or so she thinks) that can see the ghost, Lisette.Lisette is a ghost.And at the snooty prep school, a pack of filthy-rich girls treat Rebecca like she's invisible.Only gorgeous, unavailable Anton Grey gives Rebecca the time of day, but she wonders if he's got a hidden agenda.A ghost with a deep, dark secret, and a serious score to settle.Ruined is marketed as a ghost story and it is a story about a ghost, but it's not what I expected.Rebecca is a nice girl, but we don't really get to know her, an Ruined is marketed as a ghost story and it is a story about a ghost, but it's not what I expected.It's just about a girl who happens to be a ghost.
I wasn't riveted by this book, but I did want to find out about Lisette, how she died and how Rebecca was tied up in it all.
As Rebecca is drawn deeper into a web of old curses and cryptic customs, she also uncovers startling truths about her own history.
Rebecca is a nice girl, but we don't really get to know her, and it's the same with all the other damaged pan card application form pdf characters."A haunting love png 2 ico converter letter to New Orleans."-Publishers Weekly, starred review.It's not scary, imagebrowser ex mac 10.5 or spooky or spine-tingling.Ruined, paula Morris Point 320 pages English Rebecca couldn't feel more out of place in New Orleans.It did keep my interest but didn't grip.Sweet, mysterious Lisette is eager to show Rebecca the nooks and crannies of New Orleans.
Then one night, among the oak trees in Lafayette Cemetery, Rebecca makes a friend.