The Shadow Guests
After the mysterious disappearance of both his mother and older brother, Cosmo is sent away to live with his eccentric mathematician aunt. Lonely and confused, Cosmo must also deal with being the new kid at school. Not an easy assignment! But things take a weird twist when Cosmo is visited by ghosts from the past. Ghosts who claim to need his help fighting an ancient curse!
Only in time will Cosmo learn that he is at the center of that ancient...and deadly...curse.
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Review: The Shadow GuestsUser Review - Anthony Faber - Goodreads
Good kids' book, even with the garbled science & math. It's an occult ghost/time travel story with a bad scientific gloss. As a story, it works, though. I liked the ambiguity of the ending, which is rare in kids' books. Read full review
Review: The Shadow GuestsUser Review - Eileen - Goodreads
Joan Aiken is always interesting. Where else are you going to find mentions of both the Domesday Book and Flatland in one YA story? I can't say I'm especially convinced by the ending, which is my main problem overall. Read full review
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