Spirit-seeing Kat has mostly overcome her fears of communicating with living-dead souls. But when faced with the challenges of helping a former dead medium make her way back into the light, things get a little darker.
From battling off deadly black clouds to fighting with her very own best friend, Kat's week-long stay at the haunted Mountain House is no average middle schooler's Spring Break.
"Complex and witty. . . Kimmel's easy-to-read story will be especially popular among ghost-hunters of all ages."
"Kimmel includes some fascinating background information about the Spiritualist Movement. A satisfying and fun read with just enough of the supernatural thrown in to make it intriguing."--
—School Library Journal
Elizabeth Cody Kimmel grew up on a steady diet of ghost stories and science fiction, which she credits for getting her through seventh grade. The author of the Suddenly Supernatural series, Elizabeth lives in Cold Spring, New York, with her daughter, Emma, and their possibly telepathic beagle, Henry.