The Ghosts of Ashbury High
Bestselling author Jaclyn Moriarty returns to Ashbury High for a deliciously thrilling senior year!This is the story of Amelia and Riley, bad kids from bad Brookfield High, who have transferred to Ashbury High for senior year. They've been in love since they were fourteen, they go out dancing... show more
Bestselling author Jaclyn Moriarty returns to Ashbury High for a deliciously thrilling senior year!This is the story of Amelia and Riley, bad kids from bad Brookfield High, who have transferred to Ashbury High for senior year. They've been in love since they were fourteen, they go out dancing every night and sleep through school all day. And Ashbury can't get enough of them.But strange things are happening at Ashbury this year. Emily Thompson is certain that a ghost is haunting the Art Rooms. There are nonstop parties at Lydia Jaackson-Oberman's house. Toby Mazzerati has taken an unusually strong interest in local history. And the new kids are hiding a secret that could ruin more than just senior year.Jaclyn Moriarty returns to Ashbury High for a story about ghosts, secrets, madness, locked doors, femmes fatales, and that terrifying moment in the final year of high school when you realize that the future's come to get you.
Publish date: July 1st 2012
Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Historical Fiction
Series: Ashbury/Brookfield (#4)
The Ghosts of Ashbury high Review Characters: These characters (save for Riley and amelia) are all from Jacly moriarty's other books as this takes place in yr 12. Emily, cass, lyd and a few others 6 in total. One character named toby is ANNOYING!( for the first part come part 3 and four he is ...
Sorry about that, but this style of writing is simply not for me. Everyone else seems enamoured but apparently either I am incredibly old fashioned and out of it, or older than the target audience and more demanding of a cohesive, non-cobbled-together format. I do admit however that for those who ...
This is the fourth (and as far, as I know, final) Ashbury/Brookfield novel. It can be read completely independently of the others, but as many of the characters in this book were introduced in previous books in the series, it may be more enjoyable if you've read at least Finding Cassie Crazy and/or ...
I know I'm the odd one out here. There was enough to be engaging here, in stuttering bursts - but I felt it was desperately screaming out for an unshrinking editor. There is definitely the bones of an absolutely glorious 300-page three (or mmmaybe four)-points-of-view book somewhere in this dragging...