The Ghost at the Table
Publish date: September 22nd 2006
Publisher: A Shannon Ravenel Book
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Cynthia Fiske loathes going home, though in actuality home means her sister's house in Concord and not the house in Hartford where she grew up. So when her sister Frances invites her back east to enjoy Thanksgiving with the family, Cynthia has misgivings; misgivings that only grow when she learns th...
Meh. I didn't like it, but I didn't hate it, either. I think that all of the characters had a lot of depth, and they all seemed realistic. Jane was perhaps a bit cliched, and I'm sorry, but if one suspects a teenager of cutting themselves, one doesn't just ignore that--one would think that Jane's fa...