Jadie never spoke. She never laughed, or cried, or uttered any sound. Despite efforts to reach her, Jadie remained locked in her own troubled world—until one remarkable teacher persuaded her to break her self-imposed silence. Nothing in all of Torey Hayden's experience could have prepared her for the shock of what Jadie told her—a story too horrendous for Torey's professional colleagues to acknowledge. Yet a little girl was living in a nightmare, and Torey Hayden responded in the only way she knew how—with courage, compassion, and dedication—demonstrating once again the tremendous power of love and the relilience of the human spirit.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Carol420 - LibraryThing
Ghost Girl by Torey Hayden 3.5 Stars From The Book: Jadie never spoke. She never laughed, or cried, or uttered any sound. Despite efforts to reach her, Jadie remained locked in her own troubled world ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Pickle115 - LibraryThing
One of Torey's best. She has been a favorite of mine for years and this book was my very first of hers, found by accident in a thrift store. I've read all of her books over and over...three or four of them more so than the others. Read full review